Ashridge House is a Grade 1 listed mansion in Hertfordshire set in 190 acres of parkland and was a residence of King Henry VIII.
It is licensed for civil ceremonies for up to 170 guests and can accommodate 190 guests for the wedding breakfast.
Tall stand of white Hydrangea, white Lizzianthus, Freesia, Sweet Avalanche roses and gold foliage.
Blush and white Pedestal and Registrars table arrangement.
Tall stand with rose decorated mirror base.
Round arrangements on Goldfish Bowls.
Close up of a Photinia tree with Sweet Avalanche roses.
The central staircase with standard Photinia trees with Sweet Avalanche rose decoration.