The gardens at Treseren look stunning in April. There’s something very special about Spring coming to life as the camellias, magnolias and rhododendrons burst in to flower. Every year as Easter comes, we watch nature’s beautiful array of pinks, reds and yellows spring up and we always bring vases of flowers from the gardens inside, making the Wedding Room feel full of spring colour.
With three acres of gardens that have grown up over the years featuring mature shrubs and over 200 trees, Treseren is a very special place to enjoy in Spring. The pathways that wind between the gardens burst in to colour and the birds are singing everywhere. Because two Easters – both this year and last year in 2020 – have fallen in the lockdowns, we have enjoyed creating Easter Egg hunts for our own children. Lots of fun and laughter hiding eggs and two very happy kids finding them all amongst the camellias, secret pathways and the three gardens of lawns and daffodils.
We thought in today’s journal post we would share the joy of the big Easter Egg Hunt at Treseren as inspiration for anybody thinking of an Easter wedding next year – or the year after. If there are children in your group of guests, and you want to enjoy an Easter wedding on the Saturday, what better way to wake up on the Sunday with the fun of and Easter Egg hunt in the gardens after your brunch!
Happy Easter to everybody – we hope the sun is shining and you all enjoy Easter and possibly an egg hunt too wherever you are.
Artisan Chocolate eggs from Trenance Chocolate, handmade in Cornwall.