Civil Marriages & Weddings
At Lamport Hall we have a choice of two rooms that are licensed for civil ceremonies however we never have more than one wedding at a time, therefore you can enjoy your special day with exclusivity.
The Oak Room
With a staircase entrance for the Bride and magnificent panelled walls, the Oak Room is an impressive setting for the event.
This room can accommodate approximately 70 guests.
The High Room
The High Room is home to some of the largest paintings from Lamport’s collection, and as the tallest space within the Hall, provides a breathtaking environment for the occassion.
This room can accommodate approximately 45 guests.
Both the High Room and the Oak Room have the option of signing the register in the Library.
At Lamport Hall we are also able to cater for your reception, should you wish to remain with us for the whole event.
We offer a Formal Wedding Breakfast with a top table in our Victorian Dining Room for up to 50 guests and an Informal Wedding Breakfast Buffet in the Hall for up to 70 guests.
After the ceremony the gardens are yours for photographs, providing a beautiful backdrop whatever the season.
“We have received our photos – the house and grounds look stunning.”
We are able to offer the following packages:
- Civil Ceremony
A preparation room for the Bridal party.
A civil ceremony in either the High Room or the Oak Room.
Use of the Gardens for I hour after the ceremony.
Off road parking for up to 3 hours.
Drinks and/ or canapes after the ceremony are an additional extra
- Civil Ceremony and Formal Reception
Civil Ceremony as above
Formal sit down wedding breakfast for up to 50 guests in the Victorian Dining Room
Up to 5 hours, until 6.30pm
- Civil Ceremony and Informal Reception
Civil Ceremony as above.
Informal wedding breakfast buffet for up to 70 guests.
Up to 5 hours, until 6.30pm.
Our in-house staff are able to cater for drinks, canapes and small buffets. For larger and more formal occassions a list of approved caterers will be provided to give a choice of menu suitable to your taste and budget.
“A big thank you – our wedding went without a hitch.”
Lamport Hall is a Grade I listed Stately Home which is conserved for the benefit of the public. We therefore ask you to abide by the following conditions:
No confetti is to be thrown in the Hall. In the Gardens dried flower petals make a suitable alternative.
The Gardens may be used for photographs one hour after the event and marquees are not permitted.
Only the official photographer may take photographs inside the Hall, however guests may take photographs in the Gardens.
Due to the valuable and delicate nature of the Hall and contents, dancing or loud music is not permitted – background music only.