At Osterley Park, we have the flexibility to host small, intimate weddings in our beautiful Temple of Pan, to grand statement ceremonies in the Entrance Hall, both showcasing the best of Robert Adam architectural design.
All of this in the beautiful surroundings of Osterley Park & House…
Get in touch with our Weddings & Functions Coordinator today to see how we can create the perfect Wedding for you.
With our beautiful grounds and gorgeous Robert Adam designed Entrance Hall, say ‘I do’ in style at Osterley Park.
Osterley Park is truely a unique setting to host your Civil Ceremony. For hire charges and availability in 2015 please contact the Weddings & Functions Coordinator or fill out the comment form with your enquiry at the bottom of this page.
Sunday brought a chance for me to experience the National Trust Rhubarb partnership in full swing at one of our neighbouring properties. The morning began with deliveries of catering equipment, flowers, benches and most importantly, food and alcohol! Rhubarb focused on setting up the marquee, ceremony and reception areas, whilst Trust staff ensured the the lorries could get in and out safely and the property and gardens were protected from potential damage at all times, as well as greeting the different suppliers and directing them to the right places. It takes a lot of forward planning on both sides of the partnership to ensure a smooth operation on the day. Constant communication is required between the Event Manager for Rhubarb and The National Trust team to ensure everything happens as per the schedule.
A beautiful venue for a beautiful wedding.
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Thursday the 14th of August brought my very first wedding at Osterley Park, and I was nervous (more so than the bride who seemed incredibly chilled!) With the support of the team at Osterley it was a success :)
Having only moved to London yesterday and starting at Osterley this morning as Weddings Coordinator my brain is frazzled. I couldn’t be more grateful for the fantastic weddings handover that was left for me, thank you Becki! Its tonights homework whilst sitting out in this beautiful weather.
I look forward to responding to your enquiries and running the upcoming weddings at Osterley. Check out my other wedding blog at:
Thursday 4th June 2014 is my last working day at Osterley Park as the Wedding& Functions Coordinator for the property. After spending over two years here, I have made the decision to move on from the National Trust, furthering my career within the higher education sector in an events role.
I will be leaving weddings behind me, along with some fond memories of extravagant dresses, colour co-ordinating groomsmen, reminiscent themes of gone by eras and nervous brides. Not to mention there is also some less fond memories such as rain pouring just as the wedding guests are about to leave, late grooms and alcohol induced guests to contend with!
For my last blog post I have picked some of my favourite moments to share with you from the last two years:
Emma & Sam – 6th July 2013 – They greeted each other on the Temple Lawn, Emma on foot, Sam on his moped. This was a highly skilled operation from National Trust staff to enable the couple to meet in the middle at exactly the same time. After their ceremony, they fled the scene together, Emma on the back of the moped this time.
Toni & James – 26th July 2013 – Toni’s 50’s style dress and makeup was perfect for her personality and her lipstick matched James’s bright red laces on the day. They had quirky and fun photos afterwards in the grounds, followed by a roaring 50’s theme reception with their own jukebox.
Gail & Michael – 7th September 2012 – They greeted their guests on the portico steps for a champagne reception accompanied by canapés such as miniature fish & chips. Their beautiful marquee was open at the sides and their pictures on the day really did the property justice. Amazing weather alongside superb catering and gorgeous floral decorations made for a wonderful wedding.
Ramiya & Nivan – 31st August 2012 – You would think an 800 person wedding would be hard to manage with a few hair pulling moments, however when Ramiya & Nivan celebrated their Hindu ceremony with us it was nothing but gracious guests and fantastic entertainment. The traditional instruments that were played whilst accompanying the groom on his arrival could be heard throughout the property and amused visitors, compelling them to stop and watch the ‘show’.
Heather & James – 6th September 2013 – This relaxed couple were a perfect fit for the property. Their fun guests were treated to afternoon tea with champagne in the Brewhouse followed by a sit down meal catered for by our in-house catering team. As a special treat both the bride and groom were treated to multiple deserts from our catering manager when she remembered that they had trouble deciding between just one when discussing their menu choices-always a nice touch.
I hope Osterley Park continues to make memories like these for years to come!