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The Old Swan Hotel Wedding Venue
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Majestic Hotel Harrogate Wedding Photography
Overlooking Harrogate, our stunning hotel is set in eight acres of beautiful gardens and creates a truly romantic and picturesque setting for your big day.
The rooms are full of period features and grandeur, whether you choose the opulent Reading and Drawing Rooms with their huge crystal chandeliers,
magnificent fireplaces and views over the gardens, the Billiard Room with its imposing hand-carved wooden fireplace, or the intimate French Restaurant with its ornate columns and large bay window.
(source : http://www.pumahotels.co.uk/hotels/majestic-hotel-harrogate/celebrations/weddings)
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Chevin Country Park
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Hazelwood Castle Wedding Photographer | Hazelwood Castle Weddings
Hazelwood Castle is steeped in a history of Kings and Knights.
Having been sensitively restored and converted into a fabulous destination offering luxury accommodation,
stunning grounds, an award-winning restaurant and all with excellent service that makes every event a truly memorable occasion.
With a fabulous location, only 20 minutes from the historic City of York and the cosmopolitan City of Leeds and surrounded by beautiful countryside,
Hazlewood Castle is a truly unique venue for the wedding of your dreams. To meet your dreams, we have created a selection of individual and elegant private rooms,
a number of which are licensed for Civil Ceremonies. Additionally, St Leonard’s Chapel provides an impeccable church setting for blessings with excellent acoustics.
Every wedding day is a once in a lifetime experience and we strive to make each occasion as individual as you are.
Hazelwood Castle Wedding Photographer | Hazelwood Castle Weddings
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Rudding Park Wedding Photography
Award winning Rudding Park near Harrogate, Yorkshire, is a privately owned luxury hotel set in beautiful grounds and is perfect for wedding photography.
This converted grade 1 listed building, set in grand gardens, is an idyllic special occasion, civil ceremony or wedding reception venue.
The bridesmaids are members of the bride’s party in a wedding. A bridesmaid is typically a young woman, and often a close friend or sister. She attends to the bride on the day of a wedding or marriage ceremony. Traditionally, bridesmaids were chosen from unwed young women of marriageable age.
The principal bridesmaid, if one is so designated, may be called the chief bridesmaid or maid of honor if she is unmarried, or the matron of honor if she is married. A junior bridesmaid is a girl who is clearly too young to be marriageable, but who is included as an honorary bridesmaid. In the United States, typically only the Maid/Matron of Honor and the Best Man are the official witnesses.
Often there is more than one bridesmaid: in modern times the bride chooses how many to ask. Historically, no person of status went out unattended, and the size of the retinue was closely calculated to be appropriate to the family’s social status. A large group of bridesmaids provided an opportunity for showing off the family’s social status and wealth. Today, the number of bridesmaids in a wedding party is dependent on many variables, including a bride’s preferences, the size of her family, and the number of attendants her partner would like to have as well.
The male equivalent is the groomsman, also known in British English as an usher; in the United States, the role of attending to the groom has diverged from that of escorting guests to their seats, and the two positions are no longer synonymous and are often if not usually filled by different persons.
In some countries, such as in Norway and England, it is customary for bridesmaids to be small children rather than grown women. They may carry flowers during the wedding procession and pose with the married couple in bridal photos. In an American-style wedding, this role is likewise separate from that of the bridesmaid, and the small child performing it is known as a flower girl. (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bridesmaid)
Queens Hotel, Leeds, Wedding Venue
As the most famous landmark hotel in Leeds, The Queens really does set the standard. Proudly positioned in the heart of City Square adjacent to the rail station and a host of other amenities, The Queens Hotel radiates a powerful allure from every inch of its immaculate white Portland stone façade. But the beautiful frontage is no façade, as you’ll discover when you step inside. The perfect balance of old character and contemporary elegance, The Queens Hotel Leeds combines its proud 1930’s Art Deco heritage with modern 4 Star luxury
Temple Newsam Wedding Venue Leeds
This magnificent Tudor-Jacobean country house dates back to the 1500’s and has been described as the Hampton Court of the north. It has it’s Royal connections and is the birthplace of the notorious Lord Darnley, the infamous husband of Mary, Queen of Scots.
The House is set in an expanse of 1500 acres of well-kept gardens, mature parkland and woodland. In the 18th Century Capability Brown, the leading landscape architect of the time created the idealised ‘picturesque’ landscape that you see today. There fine views of the House from the East Avenue and Elm Walk plus the Palladian Little Temple creates a timeless focal point in the distance.
There are a number of exquisite rooms, ideal for receptions within the House that are both licensed for Civil Ceremonies and available for dining. In addition, the South Terrace is perfect for a drinks reception, allowing you and your guests to take in the spectacular countryside and surroundings.
Hoyle Court is an elegant Edwardian-Baroque house nestled in a beautiful, secluded wooded haven, at the end of a tree lined avenue.
Built by one of Bradford’s most successful mill owning families, it hosted grand family celebrations & entertained numerous business associates;a tradition which continues today.