Trebah garden wedding venue, just outside Falmouth, is one of the most beautiful locations for a wedding. Trebah Garden wedding venue has a stunning sub-tropical paradise situated in a valley with over four miles of footpaths leading down to its very own beach.
Polgwiddon cove is a secluded beach on the Helford River with an almost Mediterranean feel when the sun is shining. The beach has its own small café to quench your thirst after all the walking or you can enjoy an ice-cream on its private beach.
Weddings at Trebah gardens are held in ‘The House’ which can host civil ceremonies for up to 50 guests. This beautiful room has lovely French doors which can be opened to its own terrace and private lawn with the valley and Helford River as its backdrop.
Wedding photographs normally starts up on the lawn to capture the group photographs with the picturesque backdrop of the gardens.
Taking a bride and groom into the gardens is a dream for any wedding photographer with the gardens coming into full bloom in the spring time. The infamous bridge photograph is always on a bride’s request list for every wedding at Trebah. While walking down to the beach you can pass through the water garden which has a beautiful array of colours from the flowers, to the Gunnera tunnel.
A big asset at Trebah is that they provide a van to take bride & groom back up to the house, if requested. The walk is downhill to the beach, but in a big dress and with the sun out I am sure you will welcome a ride back up the valley 🙂
As usual here is a selection of some of my favourites from a Trebah Garden wedding venue. Please feel free to share on social media, or leave a comment.
If you are considering a Trebah garden wedding then please do not hesitate to contact me or to view more photographs head over to my blog