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The Henry Moore Foundation opens doors to quintessentially English weddings

By Elisabeth Edvardsen on February 18th, 2011 1 comment

If you’re looking for a venue that radiates beauty and exclusivity, we have found just the thing.

In the picturesque hamlet of Perry Green, near Much Hadham, Hertfordshire, one of the UK’s most spectacular venues is waiting for couples wanting a stunning and historical venue for their wedding reception.

Spread across 70 acres, the estate and former home to renowned artist Henry Moore is set against the rolling English countryside, making it a unique backdrop for the most stylish of celebrations and a sensational setting for wedding pictures.

The Henry Moore Foundation’s elegant medieval Aisled Barn can host up to 100 guests for a wedding breakfast, with high ceilings and oak beams creating a sense of intimacy and occasion, whilst a stunning collection of ten beautiful tapestries, woven in a collaborative effort between Henry Moore and the West Dean Tapestry Workshop and previously shown at the V&A, add colour and a sense of history to this impressive wedding venue.

Outside, beautifully manicured lawns provide a romantic English setting for a champagne reception whilst a marquee can cater for over 400 guests.

For further information on weddings with The Henry Moore Foundation, please contact [email protected] or call +44 (0)1279 843 333.

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