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Heaton House Farm is our most popular venue for 2016, we did 20 set ups here and boy did we have fun! The Team at Heaton House is so organised, friendly and you definitely get the most out of your money when booking here with the planning. The family run Venue in Rushton Spencer near Macclesfield is so versatile and can be transformed into whatever you want it to be.

First of all you are always greeted with a smile either from the Owner Mick, or Sarah (the daughter) or Saskia the events organiser. You will be invited to one of their Client Experiences where you get to see their recommended suppliers, taste the food from their caterers, and get loads of inspiration!

Once you are married its great to have your new surname in lights placed to the left of the Top Table, LOVE in all sizes and styles works amazingly too!

With such a big space to play with either in the Bar room, Under the starlit sky where you dance the night away or in the Reception room you can GO BIG!

Heaton House know us well and we are comfortable with them moving our Light up letters into the evening room next to the Dancefloor where you can have Epic photographs taken!

Light up initials at Heaton house look fantastic and add the perfect personalisation to your wedding, see your initials together for the first time. Heaton House have their own uplighters all around where they can change the wall coverings to any colour. Adding the uplighters behind any of our light up letters shine on the insets make them pop and adds dimension.

The venue is so diverse you can literally use any of the space. The entrance to the barn can be set up as a ceremony where you can walk down the aisle in a barn setting with the wooden beams. Our full festoon backdrop looks incredible to be married in front of, creating a Pinterest style photo opportunity.

Thank you to everyone at Heaton House for being a great team and recommending The Word Is Love to new Bride and Grooms, Also thank you to the following photographers for their images,

Heaton house Farm
James Tracey Photography
Nick Roper Photography