Four Fantastic Weddings

It’s been another two weeks chocked full of events so here we go..
On Thursday 15th June, Hayley and Neal had a blessing in our oak room in front of their closest family and friends. Mr and Mrs Swannock had previously married in Vegas (amazing place for a wedding, right?!?) They had chosen such a pretty theme for their blessing and the Hall was filled with such beautiful flowers. Huge glasses lined the aisle which then doubled up as the table centrepieces, which is a brilliant way to save money. They chose to have a hog roast for their day which was perfect for the lovely sunny weather! Their cake which I absolutely loved, has little swans to go with the Bride and Grooms name, Swannock.

Our second wedding of the week was that of Lindsey and Lewis, who married on Friday 16th June. They had chosen a blue colour scheme for their wedding and it really did look beautiful. Their ceremony room was perfected with a sleek white carpet running down the aisle and single white flowers attached to each chair. They had opted for an intimate gathering and their wedding breakfast room looked so pretty as it overlooked the gardens. Their table plan was one of my favourite designs, a mirror. It may sound simple but it just looks so good!

On Saturday 17th June, Aaron and Laura joined us after their church ceremony. Their wedding was one of my favourites so far this year, they had just put so much thought into every single element. Most of their decorations were done by the lovely Kurly Bird Events and they really were perfection! Their colour scheme was coral pink and baby blue and both these colours featured in almost every decoration. The flowers which filled the hall and covered the cake, were absolutely beautiful and were the perfect colours for a summers wedding. 

Of course the Bride gets to decide on most of the decorations and when it came to the wedding day, Aaron wanted only one thing.. a bar! The bar that they had chosen in addition to ours, was a rustic trio of barrels with two kegs on top. It was just the perfect thing to top off their theme. They had also ordered a huge wooden heart filled with chocolate covered strawberries and chocolates which was great for guests to snack on after the buffet!

Our final wedding for this blog took place on Saturday 24th June and Sophie and Craig said their vows in our Oak Room. I absolutely loved the theme they had chosen, it was very natural and rustic and matched the Hall perfectly. Their flowers which lined the aisle and filled the Garden suite, consisted of pretty daisies and bunches of gypsophila. Their cake was definitely one of my favourites, 4 huge tiers of semi-naked sponge was covered in foliage which fit their rustic looking theme perfectly.

Each table for Sophie and Craig’s, wedding breakfast was named after a married couple in their family. I thought this was an absolutely wonderful idea and it’s definitely one that we will see again in the future! They had done all their name cards themselves and I can imagine it took such a long time, each one was a leaf which had the guests name written in gold. They were all different shapes and sizes and looked so creative! The whole room was topped off with floral and hessian bunting which really brought everything together.

The next blog will feature our upcoming wedding open evening so hopefully there will be some beautiful decorations to tell you about!

Kelsey Bee

Wedding and Events Co-ordinator

Whirlowbrook hall


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