A glorious country house built 200 years ago of stone from the Purbeck Hills, situated within its own beautiful, formal gardens

Civil Wedding and Partnership Ceremonies

Now join hands, and with your hands your hearts.

Quote Mark William Shakespeare

The Grange at Oborne is licensed for Civil Wedding and Partnership Ceremonies. This enables us to host your entire day, leaving you free to relax and enjoy every moment.

Wake up on the morning of your wedding at The Grange. After a leisurely breakfast relax in your bedroom before, with your hairdressers and make-up artists in attendance, your transformation to glowing bride begins. Your photographer can take pictures whilst you prepare and there will be time for champagne with your bridesmaids on the balcony overlooking our beautiful gardens. When you are ready and your groom is waiting with your guests, it's just a walk down the stairs to the start of your new life....

There are three rooms licensed for civil wedding and partnership ceremonies at The Grange.

The Wessex Room

Capacity 4 - 45
The rich mahogany wood panelling creates an intimate atmosphere, perfect for an exclusive wedding ceremony.

The Grange Restaurant

Capacity 30 - 85
With large windows looking out onto the gardens, the restaurant is full of character and charm.

The Regent Room

Capacity 50 - 120
Bright and airy with a conservatory doors to the gardens, The Regent Room is perfect for a large ceremony. Unfortunately due to the time it takes to transform this room for a wedding breakfast, it is not possible to have a ceremony in this room followed by the wedding breakfast.

We recommend that you contact the local Registrars to check availability and any requirements they may have. Email: registrationinformation@dorsetcc.gov.uk or visit www.dorsetforyou.com

Ceremony overlooking the gardens Ceremony overlooking the gardens
Exchanging Rings Exchanging Rings
I now Pronounce you.... I now Pronounce you....
Signing the Register Signing the Register
Just Married Just Married

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