Milton Abbey, West Country

Blandford Forum

Civil Licence
Church Nearby
Exclusive Use
Small weddings
Car Parking
250 capacity

The feel

Milton Abbey is a truly magnificent setting for weddings and civil ceremonies located in one of Dorset’s most beautiful locations, offering a complete package in one location for your special day.

The stunning on-site Abbey church, founded by King Athelstan in 934, is available for Church of England wedding ceremonies at allocated times of the year including Easter, Summer, Autumn and Christmas. Alternatively, we are able to host civil ceremonies in our State Rooms. After the ceremony, guests can enjoy a drinks reception either on the Abbey lawn or inside the mansion house, followed by a wedding breakfast in the historic Abbot’s Hall. The Kings’ Room and Prince’s Room provide a dancing area and bar for the evening, and we offer exclusive hire meaning that no other events will be taking place on the same day.

Our comprehensive package includes everything needed to create a truly special day to be forever treasured by you and your guests. Included in our package is drinks reception with canapes and Prosecco, a four-course wedding breakfast with wine, champagne for the toast, evening catering for your day guests, plus flowers and wedding stationery for the Abbot’s Hall.


Venue type: Attraction, Garden, Historic, Unusual
Ceremony capacity: 250
Reception capacity: Min 70 - Max 120 for Wedding Breakfast, Max 150 for Evening
Service capacity: Min 70 - Max 100 for a civil ceremony, Max 250 for Abbey
Civil Licence: Yes
Church Nearby: Yes
Exclusive Use: Yes
Accommodation: No
Small weddings: Yes
Car Parking: Yes
Dry hire availability: No
Onsite catering: No


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Milton Abbey
Blandford Forum
West Country
DT11 0BZ

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