Tyn Dwr Hall is a beautiful wedding venue set in the Dee Valley in North Wales. A grand country hall, it dates back to 1865 and is surrounded by ancient woodland.
As a venue that uses Burleigh to serve at weddings, we chose to hold our recent bridal photography shoot at this stunning location. From the spacious and light Ballroom to the elegant Garden Room, Tyn Dwr Hall is a truly beautiful hall.
Here we ask the team at Tyn Dwr Hall a little more about the venue, the Burleigh ware that they use and the latest wedding trends.
Tell us about Tyn Dwr Hall?
Tyn Dwr Hall was a private holiday home for John Dickens, built in 1865 and set in a little valley on the outskirts of the beautiful welsh market town of Llangollen. Today, the hall is an exclusive wedding venue boasting 27 bedrooms from luxurious suites, a quaint 14th century cottage, 4 glamping yurts and most recently, 8 new bedrooms in our refurbished coach house.
What makes getting married at Tyn Dwr Hall special?
The hall and grounds are stunning and the estate is completely private to the happy couple and their guests. We have so many features, there’s the meandering stream and waterfall, the fairy-tale turret and the original bell, which can be rung to celebrate the wedding. The care and attention we aim to provide to the couple will ensure that their wedding day is talked about for years to come.
How does Burleigh suit the style of Tyn Dwr Hall?
Burliegh was the immediate choice for us at Tyn Dwr as it is traditional yet contemporary, it’s stylish and perfect for our setting.
What Burleigh ranges do you use in the venue?
We use a selection of Burleigh from a few of the different collections. In particular, we love the blues of Blue Asiatic Pheasants, Blue Felicity and Blue Arden and decided to have a mix of patterns, to give a country, timeless feel.
Why did you choose to feature these ranges?
We liked the way the ranges blended with each other, having different patterns to each place setting adds interest. We get asked all the time about our Burleigh; most recently we had an American couple who asked us to printout the directions for Burleigh, as they wanted to visit during their stay.
Describe some of the wedding trends that you are currently seeing?
Very natural, fluid shapes with lots of texture, natural greens and whites, although we have been noticing a bit of a comeback with colour again. We’ve seen a lot of metallic dresses, with shimmering rose golds and platinums, and some fabulous shoes! The favours are becoming more and more thoughtful, for example people now give local honey, wild flowers and homemade damson gins.