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As seen in Tatler

As seen in Tatler

‘As seen in Tatler’
We are delighted to say that Softley Events has been featured in Tatler Magazine, both in print and online, alongside the magnificent Wolterton Hall. Softley Events will be the exclusive planner and wedding consultant of the six special weddings held each year at the stunning Palladian estate which has received well-deserved attention in Tatler’s famous wedding guide. Featuring in “The Chic venues with the most efficient wedding planners” online, and more extensively in print, Softley Events and Wolterton Park are in good company, sharing the pages with some of the most exquisite venues and celebrated wedding planners in the both the country and across the world, including the Tower of London and the Glen Affric estate.

“A fellow aesthete and veritable events guru, Sarah Softley will curate luxury gift bags or commission showstopping acrobatic displays and light installations. So great is her reputation that brides have come from as far as Hong Kong and Dubai to seek her expertise.”

“With traditional style matched by opulent interiors, Wolterton Park exudes timeless grandeur.”

As one of the four ‘Power Houses’ of North Norfolk, along with Houghton Hall, Holkham Hall (built by the Coke family) and Rayham Hall, Wolterton is an extraordinary venue. The hall faces south overlooking the stunning park designed by Charles Bridgeman in the 18th century, with its 10 acre lake and 500 acres of fields and woodland. The State rooms all have original marble fireplaces carved by Richard Fisher of York, as well as intricately moulded cornices and ceilings that are simply breath-taking. The American walnut for all the doors was a gift from Queen Caroline to Horatio Walpole.

Smaller weddings for up to 30 can be accommodated in the East Wing, parties of up to 70 can enjoy a seated meal in the Saloon in the Main Hall, or you can choose to hire a marquee for a beautiful outside celebration for a larger number of guests. The blend of parkland, woodland, and water, as well as the magnificent hall are truly remarkable. There is unlimited car parking for guests and an excellent landing area for helicopters.

Read the full article on the Tatler website by clicking here

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