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Your Dream Worcestershire Wedding

If you're looking for a reason to have your wedding in Worcestershire, look no further

Being Wedding Caterers in Worcestershire over the last few years, Kemp and Kemp have experienced the magic that this county holds. Picturesque Worcestershire offers romantic scenery, historic architecture such as Worcester Cathedral, and of course not forgetting Worcestershire’s ability to make tasty condiments! If you’re looking for a reason to have your wedding in Worcestershire, look no further.

Worcestershire’s array of wedding venues are guaranteed to provide you with all you need for your special day. A wedding venue straight from a fairy-tale, Homme House feels a million miles from anywhere. Regal and standing in all its grandeur, Grade II listed Georgian Country House, Hopton Court is Worcestershire’s best kept secret. The tranquil lakeside Elmbridge Farm is nestled in the countryside and provides you with a truly unforgettable wedding location.

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What Worcestershire Has To Offer

In addition to stunning venues, Worcestershire has so much more to offer as a wedding location. With an increasing number of newly-weds opting for a city break rather than a beach vacation after their wedding, Worcestershire’s balance of cultural cities and beautiful countryside offers everything you’d long for in a honeymoon location.

Spend a blissful 10 days travelling around Worcestershire together and explore the romance that this county has to offer.

The city of Worcester is Worcestershire’s heritage home. With spectacular views and riverside retreats, this location exudes romance. Take a guided tour of the Cathedral tower and take in the spectacular views over the city, river and countryside that compliment the city.

What is more charming than an afternoon at a vineyard? Nestled in the Severn Valley is Astley Vineyard, a family run, single estate, organic vineyard. A perfect activity for couples, book yourselves onto one of their popular vineyard tours and wine tasting experiences. Enrich your tastebuds and make precious memories.

As wedding caterers, Worcestershire’s food scene is our dream! The county is known for growing the finest food produce. If like us, good food and drink is an essential part of any break, the town of Evesham is a must do, with the residents and local businesses holding various food and drinks events throughout the year.

A Summertime Wedding

If you opt for a summertime wedding – the sleepy Worcestershire village of Wick has an attraction worthy of adding to your honeymoon bucket-lists. In July, The Confetti Field’s of Wick flourish into a piece of art. Spend some quality time together wandering through the flowers and taking the dreamiest of post-wedding photographs. Due to the short window of blooming, The Confetti Fields are only open for around 10 days each year. If you’re not in the Worcestershire area at this time, worry not! Visit The Confetti Fields farm shop at any time of the year and browse the collections of their hand-picked flower petal confetti – a lovely touch to your special day.

Famed for its quaint countryside villages and rolling hills, it’s been said that The Cotswolds is one of the most romantic locations in the United Kingdom, and we agree! Bordering the Worcestershire hills, embrace this quiet corner of England and admire its romantic postcard views and limestone villages, Bourton on the Water and Stow on the Wold to name just two. Named the country’s largest officially designated ‘Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty’, a long weekend in the Cotswolds is the perfect way to wind down after your big day.

The famous Malvern Hills, formed over 12 million years ago, dominate the Worcestershire landscape. Whether you’re looking for a honeymoon filled with romantic hikes, adrenaline fuelled experiences, or historic quests, Malvern Hills has something for you. If you’re looking for a remarkable photography spot to help document your honeymoon memories, including the Worcestershire Beacon into your itinerary is a must. This point on the highest peak on Malvern Hills is popular amongst both local residents and far travelled tourists. It is known for breath-taking views and promises the most beautifully unique couple photograph opportunities!


Something to always consider when booking your dream wedding venue is accessibility. Sitting in the heart of England and neighbouring Herefordshire, Shropshire and Staffordshire, Worcestershire is also near to the M5. The convenient location that Worcestershire offers makes it accessible from many major cities both for you and your guests, whilst still being far out enough to keep its delightful countryside charm.

A Winter Wonderland

As Wedding Caterers in Worcestershire we may be biased, but we believe that this county’s beauty shows throughout every season. Having said that, if you’ve always had your heart set on a Winter wedding, Worcestershire is certainly the location for you. The county’s picture-perfect scenery makes for your very own winter paradise.

Get your walking boots on! What could be more romantic than a walk amongst the snowy hills of Worcestershire’s beauty spot, The Clent Hills? This postcard destination is enjoyed by winter walkers every year and is the perfect way for you to explore. Of course, a bracing walk is naturally best followed by an afternoon in Worcestershire’s array of cosy pubs, complete with roaring fires and timbered architecture.

Snowy Worcestershire can be likened to stepping through a wardrobe into a magical new world. Narnia author C.S. Lewis, found a lot of creative inspiration from his visit to Worcestershire – need we say anymore on this winter wonderland?


If you’re in need of Wedding Caterers in Worcestershire, get in touch with our team and we’ll discuss your Worcestershire wedding ideas!

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