Venues & Suppliers in Birmingham
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Big Day in a Box
Big Day in a Box have been creating beautiful weddings and fabulous parties since 2003, working with the industries leading suppliers.
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We also work with some of the finest venues and National Trust properties in the area...
Ragley Hall, Warwickshire
Set in 450 acres of gardens and parkland, Ragley Hall offers one of the most unforgettable wedding venues in Warwickshire or Worcestershire. Celebrate your special day in a choice of rooms in this magnificent Palladian mansion and overlook the Rose garden and Avenue. There’s even the chance to experience a lakeside wedding in a marquee overlooking the water and the woodland beyond.
Bordesley Park Farm, Worcestershire
Bordesley Park Wedding Venue is a beautiful family estate nestled in the heart of the Worcestershire Countryside. Available only as exclusive use, you can hold your entire day of celebrations at Bordesley Park, from getting ready in the morning with your Bridesmaids in our carefully designed Bridal Preparation Area, hold your ceremony in our Converted Tudor Ceremony Barn, Outdoor Drinks Reception and Photographs in the extensive grounds followed by your reception in either The Luxury Orchard Marquee or newly converted Bishops Barn.
Coughton Court, Warwickshire
Coughton Court is the home of the Throckmorton family who have lived at Coughton since 1409. John de Throckmorton, Under Treasurer of England to Henry VI, acquired Coughton in the early 15th Century through his marriage to Eleanor de Spiney. Their descendants have held it for 600 years and, although the National Trust has owned the house since 1946, the family still live here.
Come and celebrate your special occasion in the beautiful surroundings of the Coughton Gardens.
Hanbury Hall, Worcestershire
A country retreat in the heart of Worcestershire. The house and garden, originally a stage-set for summer parties, offer a glimpse into life at the turn of the 18th century. Don't miss the original wall-paintings by Sir James Thornhill. Full of drama and politics, they show the birth of Georgian society.
Homme House, Herefordshire
Homme House is our Grade II* listed country home nestled in 200 acres of rural Herefordshire countryside close to the Gloucestershire border, with beautiful views of the Malvern Hills and Cotswolds beyond.
Family owned and family run, we offer Homme on an exclusive use basis with an approach not like commercial venues, but as a warm and welcoming family home that’s relaxed and as flexible as possible.