Why not visit this tranquil wedding venue, surrounded by a beautiful walled garden and enjoy the landscaped grounds packed with autumn colours.
The evening wedding fair is open between 5.30pm and 9.30pm with over 35 exhibitors from the Bedfordshire and Hertfordshire area for you to meet.
There are two fashion shows at 7.00pm and 8.30pm featuring the latest bridal gowns together with live entertainment and the odd surprise too.
Admission and car parking are free of charge.
At that time, Bute's garden was second only to the Royal Botanic Garden at Kew.
Successive owners of the estate adapted the garden to match changing horticultural fashions, only for it to fall into decline from the 1980's. The Garden is now being fully restored back to its original splendour. With its range of period buildings and spectacular greenhouses, the Luton Hoo Walled Garden is recognised as a picturesque and unique location.
The beautiful Conservatory and private Walled Garden are an idyllic setting for your wedding reception, where you can enjoy summer drinks on the decking whilst admiring the enchanting garden. The stylish interior of the venue, with its glazed windows overlooking the gardens, includes a starlight ceiling, pin-spot and atmospheric lighting that can be customised to your own colour scheme, along with club lighting over the dance floor, stage and integrated PA system with microphones, which can be used for those All-important wedding speeches.
The Walled Garden and surrounding parkland is a haven away from the hustle and bustle of everyday life and in recent years the Walled Garden has hosted period dramas for both TV and the big screen including: Empire of the Sun, Bleak House and Desperate Romantics.
The Conservatory is a stunning wedding venue conveniently situated on the border of Bedfordshire and Hertfordshire, only 32 miles from central London and just 2 miles from the M1, the Estate benefits from excellent road access