From the stunning photographic opportunities to the unique surroundings, weddings at Beaulieu really deliver on the WOW factor. There are though a number of other ways you can make your day even more spectacular.
The New Forest provides a spectacular setting for your wedding. Its changing moods through the course of the year have their own unique character and are reflected in our menus which offer delicious, fresh, seasonal choices, created and prepared by our head chef. We will help you to achieve your dream with special touches to make the occasion memorable for both you and your guests. At Beaulieu we understand the importance of high quality service and attention to detail on a day that is personal and special to you, your families and friends. From your initial enquiry, right through to your wedding day, our dedicated team will take care of your needs and provide helpful, friendly and first class service.
Ringwood Ale Beer has been brewed in Ringwood for centuries which is why it is some of the best ale in Hampshire. We work closely with Ringwood Brewery to provide our couples with this fine local produce in the form of our very own Beaulieu Best.
Firkin or Polypin can be provided at £4.50 per pint. (Minimum of 25 pints sales)
Ice Cream Cart:
Treat your guests to a refreshing delicious New Forest Ice Cream. With a wide selection of flavours and toppings this is sure to be a treat on a hot summer’s day. Strawberry, Mint Choc Chip, Chocolate, Raspberry Ripple, Vanilla, Honeycomb
£100 to hire the cart. Purchase the ice creams for your guests or we can charge guests on the day at: One Scoop – £2.50 Two Scoops – £3.50
Love Lock Tree:
Follow in the steps of Jonathan & Nathalie Montagu Daoust in celebrating your love by attaching your personalised lock to the Love Lock Tree. This tradition is inspired by an ancient custom believed to have originated in China, where lovers lock a padlock onto a chain or gate and then throw the key into the misty valleys.
(This can only be attended by the Bride, Groom and their photographer)