July wedding at Easton Grange: Jessica & Philip30th January 2018
2019 & 2020 wedding venue: Spring, Summer, Autumn & Winter18th May 2018
Laura and David's October wedding
Easton Grange 'a venue for all seasons'
We were delighted that Laura and David chose to hold their autumn wedding at Easton Grange on the 8th October 2017.
A beautiful wedding, on a bright October day.
The perfect day was beautifully captured in the images below by Soulful Reflection
Check out some of the highlights of their day from the fun of getting ready and the romance of the ceremony, to the delightful reception and the lively party... all held right here at Easton Grange.
Look out for the wonderful vows, moving speeches and the autumnal scenes at Easton Grange.
We would like to say a huge thank you to all of you that helped us make our wedding days so special. From the first meeting we fell in love with the venue and everyone we spoke to in the lead up to the day made us feel so relaxed and at ease
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A beautiful setting for an autumnal wedding
Easton Grange is a wonderful countryside wedding venue
in Suffolk. Situated among rolling fields, alongside a winding river and glorious gardens, it's a perfect way to enjoy a November wedding.
Find out more about autumn weddings at Easton Grange
Rural setting in the Suffolk countryside
Suitable for large and intimate weddings
Bridal suite & guest accommodation
Fabulous picture points both outside and indoors
1 location for everything, exclusive to you
An autumn wedding at Easton Grange includes all the facilities you will need for your big day... and it's all exclusively yours for the whole day!
Here's what you will find on site at Easton Grange:
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Easy to get to from London, Essex, Cambridgeshire, Norfolk & beyond
Easton Grange is situated in the Suffolk countryside but is easily from across East Anglia and beyond.
A short journey south on the A12 takes you Ipswich and onwards to Cambridgeshire, Essex (including Colchester and Chelmsford) and London.
Travelling north on the A12, A14 and A140, all with junctions close to Easton Grange, will take guests to Norfolk (Norwich), across Suffolk (Bury St Edmunds) and the Midlands.
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