The Forest Centre
Eco-friendly venue with stunning backdrop and all profits spent on new woodlands

Park Inn by Radisson Bedford
Set by the sparkling River Ouse, the Park Inn by Radisson Bedford Hotel provides an idyllic setting for your nuptials

The Falcon Riverside English Bistro
A 17th century riverside restaurant with oak panelling and grand fireplaces

The Old Palace Lodge Hotel
The Old Palace Lodge Hotel has a reputation for very high standards of product and service.

Cakes and Catering

Top Nosh Catering
Our aim is to create an individual menu that meets all your expectations.

Photography and Video

Roger Day
Professional coverage of all weddings, civil ceremonies and social/corporate events. Traditional or reportage style, colour or monochrome.

Andrew Garner
I have over 20 years professional photographic experience and offer a friendly efficient service.

Raffe Photography
Fresh and creative weddings and portraiture - our friendly, relaxed approach will capture the excitement and emotions of your special day.

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Photography and video

Wild Orchid Photography


Allerston Taylor and Regency Carriages

Information about this county

Bedfordshire is a very handy location if you have friends and family coming to your wedding from around the UK or even abroad. The M1 Motorway cuts through the south of the county and it has its own international airport at Luton - a hub for cheap flights. Although it has no cities, the county does have a number of flourishing market towns including Bedford, Dunstable and Leighton Buzzard.

In terms of scenery, Bedfordshire has gentle hills stretching between Woburn and Sandy (headquarters of the Royal Society for the Protection of Birds). The Chiltern Hills start in the southwest of the county.

If your friends and family want to make a weekend of it - the morning after the night before, you can wave goodbye from your wedding venue and send them off to the county's other attractions including Whipsnade Wild Animal Park near Dunstable and Woburn Abbey, the home of the Duke of Bedford.

Photo credit: Roger Day

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