Fabulous July Events

Our blog begins this week with the wedding of Sian and Andrew. They said their vows in the garden suite and became the new Mr and Mrs Morgans. They had let the garden suite speak for itself and with the amazing views, it doesn’t need too much decoration. Ivy hung from the beams which looked so pretty with the vintage looking chairs. The same ivy was wrapped around the bannister and their beautiful table plan. Their table was a wire cage with a card for each table attached and some petite ‘Mr and Mrs’ bunting. The card box, which sat on a table in the Oak Room, was a small wooden post box in White and Gold. Their cake table was just amazing and possibly my favourite yet. Their main wedding cake was covered in beautiful edible lace and edged with edible pearls. It was them wrapped in mint green ribbon and covered in pretty bunches of edible flowers. Their second cake, which stemmed from the Grooms love of Batman, looked equally as eye-catching. On top stood a little Bride and Groom version of the Joker and Harley Quinn. They just looked great!
Our second wedding of the week was that of Mr and Mrs Pickard, and they joined us after their church ceremony. They had decorated the wedding breakfast room in hessian and lace which complemented the Garden Suites colours perfectly. Pretty, neutral coloured pomp oms hung from the ceiling which looked so beautiful. Their card box fit the theme amazingly well as it was also wrapped in hessian and lace. A huge laser-cut heart adorned the front, with the bride and groom’s names and delicate diamante flowers. My favourite part of their wedding, had to be their wedding cake. The simple 3-tiered design was decorated with pink roses which looked stunning. Simple cakes are definitely the most effective sometimes!

On Friday 21st July, we held Charlie Tear’s 21st birthday party. The theme was Yorkshire, so of course lots of tea bags and Yorkshire icons were involved. Each table was decorated with a Yorkshire flag, a trio of balloons and a table name, which was a different piece of Yorkshire dialect for each one, it was perfect for the theme! The chairs were covered with electric blue sashes and they just show that the Garden Suite really does look great in any colour!

Saturday 22nd saw the return of weddings, with Jenny and Brad who married in our Oak Room. There’s not much to say about this wedding, apart from how utterly beautiful it was! Every single one of their decorations matched the hall perfectly. Their ceremony room was decorated with pretty colourful bunting which was perfect for a summer wedding. Their rustic, wooden chairs were decorated with small posies of gypsophila which lined the aisle. A single pedestal stood by the registrars table with absolutely beautiful flowers arranged on top. Their wedding breakfast room was decorated with the same bunting which looked so lovely as the light flooded through the huge windows. Beautiful pots of flowers stood in the middle of each table in such pretty, summery colours. The same exquisite flowers could be found as decoration on the cake which was just amazing. Once again, a simple looking cake proves beautiful which just a hint of decoration.

Our final wedding took place on Sunday 23rd July as Kelly and David married in our Oak Room. They had chosen a beautiful lilac colour for their decorations which looked great in both the ceremony room and Wedding breakfast room. The Bride and Groom had chosen to have their top table on the opposite side to normal and I can imagine they looked magical as the sunlight shone over them. Each table was decorated with a single jar of fairy lights which looked amazing in both the day and evening!

Back soon! 

Kelsey Bee

Wedding and Events Co-ordinator

Whirlowbrook Hall



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