top of page
  • Writer's pictureThe Old Crown Coaching Inn

Tips for Planning a Spring Wedding


A Spring wedding is the dream for many couples. A season that symbolises new beginnings and blossoming futures. A time where everything seems possible. And with a number of bank holidays, there’s opportunities for weekend-long festivities to mark your big day.

Here’s our suggestions for the perfect Spring wedding!

Spring Wedding Food


While winter might be defined by hearty roast dinners and root vegetables, and summer by salads and other lighter fair, a Spring wedding is the perfect opportunity to find a happy medium. This allows space for experimentation when coming up with your Spring wedding menu ideas. Seafood like salmon or oysters are excellent options, providing meaty flavours without the weight of red meats.

When it comes to vegetables, greens and minty freshness are your friends, as well as more Mediterranean options. You could even have barbecue wedding catering if the weather allows!

For drinks, a cocktail hour as the sun sets is a great way to create a memorable start to the evening’s festivities.

Spring Wedding Venues


For many couples, the ideal is the Spring country wedding. This means they can be surrounded by the country in bloom, an ideal setting for a budding romantic life together.

Picking a wedding venue with substantial inside and outside space is essential. With Spring weather so temperamental and venues needing to be booked months in advance, it’s important to have contingencies in place for an overcast rainy April shower or a resplendent May afternoon.

Accommodation will also play a part in any couple’s choice of venue. Do the rooms reflect the rustic, desirable environment of a spring wedding, while also providing the requisite luxurious comfort that couples and their guests deserve on their wedding day?

The Old Crown Coaching Inn makes the perfect Spring wedding venue. The charming and historic venue has a warm and inviting atmosphere, with an airy courtyard that overlooks the rolling hills of the Cotswolds, as well as an impressive ballroom that merges contemporary design features with classical elegance. Our AA certified two rosette restaurant, led by Head Chef Samuel Squires, will work with you to design a menu that’s a perfect match for your special Spring wedding date. Our beautifully refurnished rooms provide style and comfort for all guests, with unique design philosophies for every room.

Our facilities can effortlessly accommodate dinner parties for up to 100 guests and receptions for up to 160 guests. Find out more here.

11 views0 comments

Recent Posts

See All

Comments


bottom of page