Cornwall LivingIssue #70
A timeless setting
Be inspired by the romance of paradise at Trebah Garden, the perfect location for a Cornish wedding.
Create your perfect day within a sanctuary of breathtaking beauty surrounded by an ever-changing backdrop of natural elegance. Feel peaceful and faraway in a timeless setting with transient vistas that make everyday unique. Take your first steps as a married couple under canopies bursting with blooms, through tunnels of vast vegetation or simply hand in hand on the private beach. Add to the uniqueness of your day with bouquets filled with seasonal greenery and blooms freshly gathered from the garden by professional florists with botanical knowledge. Indulge your guests with award-winning Cornish sparkling wine or Champagne accompanied by handmade canapés on the private lawn whilst absorbing tranquil views of the valley to the Helford river beyond.
“Trebah is a subtropical paradise with a stunning coastal backdrop.”
The house at Trebah is a unique Cornish wedding venue licensed for daytime civil ceremonies all year round. Ceremonies take place in the ground floor of this elegant home that stands at the top of the subtropical valley commanding views of the ravine garden below and the Helford beyond. The ceremony room has seating for 40 guests and is licensed to host 50 people.
Additional guests are welcome to arrive after the ceremony or observe from the private terrace outside. The room hire includes expert floral decoration using fresh greenery from the garden and Trebah’s in-house florist is always available to help you design bouquets and button holes using hand-picked blooms from the garden should you wish to embellish the theme or add to your displays.
Trebah is a subtropical paradise with a stunning coastal backdrop. The garden has colour and interest all year round, providing the perfect backdrop for wedding photography whichever season you should choose to marry. Find the award-winning garden in the south of Cornwall on the Helford river close to the nautical town of Falmouth.
"Trebah is a subtropical paradise with a stunning coastal backdrop."