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Introducing: Elusive Locations!

We’ve been working hard behind the scenes this year on a new venture: Elusive Locations! Bringing you undiscovered, romantic wedding locations on the periphery of London, this is perfect for couples who want a unique celebration off the beaten track.

Elusive Locations was born out of a challenging time for the wedding industry, in which finding a venue can often be difficult and exhausting. Striving to take the trouble out of organising your wedding, Elusive Locations offers a range of affordable package deals in which everything you need is included. Photographer, florist, caterers, bar staff, tent hire, decor – you name it!

The first stunning venue on offer is Kirtlington Polo Club, nestled between rolling grounds designed by Capability Brown and with a view over the Palladian Mansion, Oxford, this is a location at the height of luxury and elegance. You can even watch a game of polo during your drinks reception for an exciting personalised touch!

The second venue available is Leckhampstead Forest. This is a true hidden gem in the Buckinghamshire countryside, set in a serene ancient oak forest with a true ‘boho’ festival vibe. You and your guests can glamp on site with our range of beautiful bell tents, and the huge Sail and Peg tent looks perfect against the backdrop of lit up trees and fairy lights.

The team are also thrilled to announce that Open Days will be running this year so that couples can come and see the Oxfordshire venue for themselves. Wander the site, sip on champagne and sample our canapés. Book your slot here.

Check out of the Elusive Locations video and check out their Instagram page for more information about the two venues on offer!

Photo by Elusive Locations, Words by Marble Private

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