• Petite Weddings

A small wedding venue in Cornwall that breaks all the rules

Our wedding habits are changing. Same sex marriages are at last legal, many of us defer marriage to after we have had children and have a secure home, other of us get married more than once.

The traditional white wedding doesn't necessarily feel right for many reasons. Be them other financial priorities or a deeper yearning for something more meaningful and personal.

For these reasons small wedding venues are increasing in numbers, but for many venues this means a mini-traditional wedding. At Petite Weddings, we've torn up the rules and offer a totally flexible approach to your wedding ceremony and celebrations.

Dreamcatcher, our small wedding venue in a tranquil, secluded position in West Cornwall is the hub of our offering. It's a cheekily refurbished chapel which combines stylish up cycling with decadent luxury. Set in it's own gardens with indoor and outdoor cooking facilities, it has two rooms available for licensed ceremonies (up to 20 guests), and any part of the house or gardens, or nearby beaches and mystical ancient ruins offering so many perfect locations for humanist celebrations of marriage.

Dreamcatcher is a house begging for parties. With extensive outdoor space as well as plentiful indoors it's the perfect place for celebrating your marriage with up to 40 your nearest and dearest. With a Sonos sound system you can play your own pre-selected playlist or if you want live music there is plenty of scope for this too.

With prices starting at £500, your perfect wedding can be affordable too. You can do as much yourselves as you like, and where you want help we are happy to step in if you give us the nod.

So if you love the idea of being married, but hate the idea of a traditional wedding, look no further. Take a look on our website for more details, or e mail Jane or call Jane on 07411 117294. We'd love to have a chat and you can see if Dreamcatcher is right for you.

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