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Spring wedding venue, luxury barns in a countryside setting

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A very special spring wedding venue

Easton Grange 'a venue for all seasons'

Spring is known as a time of new beginnings, full of light & positivity and with mother nature bursting with new growth and vivid colours. So, it's not surprising that it's such a popular time to get married, with spring weddings in rural settings being in high demand.
If you want to find a magical spring wedding venue, then you simply have to come and see Easton Grange for yourself. Situated among rolling fields, where the river Deben meanders its way through glorious gardens, our luxury ceremony and celebration barns offer an unforgettable experience.
Rural setting in the Suffolk countryside
Suitable for large and intimate weddings
Bridal suite & guest accommodation
Fabulous picture points both outside and indoors

Beautiful rural setting

A countryside wedding venue - situated among rolling fields, alongside a winding river and glorious gardens - is simply the best way to enjoy a spring wedding. Easton Grange gives you all that and so much more.

Enjoy the great outdoors

The spring countryside provides a series of perfect backdrops for your wedding photos... from the manicured lawns and pristine flower gardens to our iron bridge over the river or the open fields stretching off into the distance. Even while you are in our celebration barns, our large windows and doors bring the outdoors in.

April showers... no problem

Fleeting though they maybe, April showers and any inclement spring weather, will not spoil your Easton Grange ceremony or reception. You can effortlessly and seamlessly move from the open air to our luxurious barns and bar area (formerly the old dairy). All the rooms and space is yours for the day and so you can move in and out as you wish.

1 location for everything, exclusive to you

A spring wedding at Easton Grange includes all the facilities you will need for your big day... and its all exclusively yours for the whole day! Here's what you will find on site at Easton Grange:

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The whole day at Easton Grange can be described in many words - relaxed, beautiful, stunning, and awesome to name a few. To celebrate our wedding in beautiful countryside surroundings is what attracted us to Easton Grange and it doesn't let you down in rain or shine.

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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.
Finding Easton Grange

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Top tips for spring weddings

Here are a few things to consider if you're planning a marriage ceremony in March, April or May...

Bank holidays

Take advantage of the many bank holidays that can often be found in March, April and May but do remember that these are popular dates and so you will need to book early.

Pack some wellies!

High heels and open fields aren't a good match and so wellies are so worth it when trying to capture those 'couple-in-a field' rural wedding pictures.

Go seasonal...

Choose colours, flowers & food that reflect the vibrancy of this time of year... pastel colours, lamb & seasonal vegetables on the menu or a local spring wine for drinks?

Keeping warm

The days maybe bright and full of sunshine but the air can still be chilly on a spring day. So, look after your bridesmaids by ensuring they have wraps or shrugs to keep them warm.