Charlotte Balbier

hey #bridesquad… you need to be at our urban luxe bridal show at cutlers’ hall, sheffield

April 19th, 2017 | Julia Braime

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We’re really excited to be able to invite our readers to our city chic Brides Up North Luxury Wedding Show at the the stately and sensational (whilst still being in the very heart of the city centre – how cool is that?!) Cutlers’ Hall, Sheffield on THIS SUNDAY 23rd April, 11am till 3pm, FREE ENTRY.

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In our usual style, we’ve also packed the (really, really) lovely space with so much amazing wedding day inspiration, that it’s starting to feel like a bit of a pretty party! There’ll be bubbles on arrival, bridal fashion (including a one off special designer dress sale from the likes of Pronovias, House of Mooshki, Eliza Jane Howell, LouLou and Caroline Castigliano all priced at under £800!) floral design, cakes, photography, all the little details… you name it, with all the area’s very best and most creative wedding bods.

You have to see this place!

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Cutlers’ Hall is the most romantic wedding venue right in the heart of Sheffield.

Cutlers’ Hall is a licensed wedding venue, with a choice of five elegantly decorated rooms which are ideal to host any aspect of your day. The Reception Room is perfect for an intimate ceremony and wedding breakfast for up to 100 guests, whilst the Old Banqueting Hall can cater for up to 120 guests, and the Main Hall can cater for over 200 guests.

The Grade II listed building is the perfect setting for those memorable images, with the Grand Staircase being a particular favourite of many wedding couples. Photo opportunities are in abundance throughout the building, and the famous Winter Gardens, or beautiful Peace Gardens are just a five minute walk away.

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bride to be?

To register for a free Brides Up North VIP Bride-To-Be Media Pack (stuffed with treats and glossy mags, including the brand new issue of UNVEILED Magazine) and FREE ENTRY, fill in your details below. You can collect your VIP Bride-To-Be Media Pack upon entry to the Luxury Wedding Show. Only the bride need register for larger groups. While stocks last.

CLICK HERE TO VIEW AND REGISTER FOR ANY OF OUR EVENTS THIS SEASON

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wedding industry professional?

We would love to welcome new exhibitors to the Brides Up North family in 2017. We are now accepting exhibitor bookings for all of our fabulous luxury wedding shows across three regions.

Click here to view the full schedule.

Exhibitors will be strictly limited by category and places will be allocated on a first come, first served basis. Get in touch as soon as possible to guarantee your place.

Please email julia@bridesupnorth.co.uk for exhibitor booking and pricing information listing the events or area that you are interested in.

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Images by RJH Photography.

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cool britannia. a red, white and blue, fifties inspired wedding at east riddlesden hall – fiona & james

November 24th, 2016 | Rachel Parry

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Today’s couple took the ‘my way’ approach to their wedding by picking a theme and colour scheme that reflected their passions and interests.

Without a hint of pink to be seen, James and Fiona opted for a cool Britannia style wedding with a red, white and blue colour scheme and attire inspired by fashions of the 50’s and 60’s.

Bride Fiona, pulls off the look perfectly in a sweet tea-length dress, faux fur shrug and vintage birdcage veil, while her bridesmaids remain on form in striking red Vivian of Holloway dresses. We must also give a mention to the cute flower girls who look super-angelic in their twirly dresses!

With images by Eye of the Tyne Photography

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fiona says: We got engaged on holiday in Northumberland. James grandparents were from there and after they passed away his mum bought a caravan so we would go a couple of times a year. One of our favourite places to go was Druridge Bay, which is a very pretty with lots of sand dunes, so on Easter weekend last year James and I decided on a little trip there, although the weather forecast was a bit ominous James insisted we go and made me walk up the biggest sand dune, even though I was wearing slippery boots and at one point I wanted to turn back but he pulled me up to the top. We then took some pictures and as I turned around he was on one knee.

Our wedding was on the 19th June 2016. We thought about June or September and our venue had a Sunday free in June which would be easier for my family to travel up from London the day before. When we booked it we didn’t actually realise it was Father’s Day until we sent out our invitations, but maybe this day had chosen us, as both myself and James’ father were not present at the wedding, James due his father passing away when he was a child and mine due to ill health, so it was a fitting tribute!

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We got married at East Riddlesden Hall in Keighley, West Yorkshire. Their barn is a beautiful Grade II listed building. Our original idea was that we wanted to get married in the Yorkshire dales where we camp every year and looked into hiring a yurt, but the logistics were too complicated and as I had family and friends coming from London we decided on somewhere a bit closer to home. The barn was ideal as we could decorate it ourselves, and the backdrop was stunning for photographs.

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We had a 50’s/ 60’s cool Britannia theme for the wedding. Both myself and James love 60’s music and I also love the fashion of the 50’s and 60’s so it was pretty much a given we would have some element in our wedding. We decided on a cover of Love is All Around, for the wedding march and played the Beatles and the Kinks during the register signing. My dress and bridesmaids were 50’s inspired and James’ shirt and suit was 60’s inspired.

Our wedding colour scheme was red, white and blue, so a bit different to the usual pinks. We wanted colours that reflect our own tastes and we also wanted vibrant colours that would stand out.

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As soon as I started planning the wedding I knew I wanted a tea length dress. I have always liked vintage styles and had a couple of 50’s style dresses so knew that it suits my body shape and height. I did search several local bridal shops and looked at specific designers who did tea length dresses and ended up going to four or five different shops but each dress I tried I found either I didn’t like part of the dress or the material wasn’t right. Eventually I found a lovely shop called Wedding Belles of Otley. They had already selected a few dresses for me to try on, including one that and been designed as a bridesmaid dress but I was assured that lots of brides had chosen it as their wedding dress, although the colour was pink they also did it in ivory. As soon as I tried it on it was exactly what I wanted; lace bodice and satin skirt with buttons down the back, perfect!

I also like to accessorize and found the perfect  accompaniment  with  a feather  shrug  and  vintage style shoes from BHS. I didn’t think a long veil would suit the style of my dress so bought a plain birdcage veil and a lovely feathered clip from Debenhams, which matched very well with my shrug.

For my bridal hair and makeup, I used Le Keux Vintage Styling, who were great!

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dream venue. cookridge hall & golf club

May 21st, 2015 | Julia Braime

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Here at Brides Up North, we love a hidden gem!  Today, we can’t wait to introduce you to our Sponsor venue, Cookridge Hall, who offer a little oasis of calm, handily located just outside of Leeds.

Set in peaceful, idyllic grounds, Cookridge Hall are an independent venue who take great pride and care in helping their brides and grooms to organise their special day.  We love the team and setting at Cookridge, and we know that you will too.

cookridge hall say: Cookridge Hall is a beautiful historic hall that boasts plenty of character, set in the picturesque grounds of Cookridge Hall Golf Club.

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We are an independent, friendly club in a beautiful setting. Our wedding planner will ensure that every detail of your day runs to plan with their personal service.

Our grounds provide a lovely setting for our guests without the price tag that so often comes with a stately home – we provide great quality food and great value.

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Our function room, The Conservatory, accommodates 80 people for a traditional wedding breakfast and 120 for an evening reception. The Conservatory offers direct access out on to the patio and grounds making the perfect setting for your photos and for your guests to relax in the tranquil gardens.

Guests will drive up the long winding tree lined drive before arriving in front of the Hall to enjoy a drinks reception in the private walled garden – weather permitting of course.

There is a bar located within The Conservatory and the room can be turned around for your evening function to accommodate a dance floor, with room for a DJ and a band if required. We also have a separate seating area just off the main room so that your guests can enjoy some quiet time if they want to. You and your guests can dance the night away until 1am!

There is an on site spa, crèche and gym – you will receive a complimentary month’s pass for two people to the gym when booking your wedding at Cookridge Hall.

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Our two dedicated Wedding Planners liaise with you from your initial visit to Cookridge Hall and will be on hand on the day to ensure everything runs smoothly.

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graceful grandeur. sottero & midgley for a romantic wedding at allerton castle – angela & riccardo

March 17th, 2015 | Julia Braime

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Today we join Angela and Riccardo for a wedding celebration in a wonderfully grand setting, complete with elegant 1920s touches.

But it isn’t just the venue and décor that’s looking good. Angela makes for a sparkling and stunning bride in a slinky Sottero and Midgley gown embellished with Swarovski crystals and mirrored beads while her maids look incredibly pretty in flattering floor-length Coast designs.

The men don’t brush up half bad either as they work their dapper blue suits and mustard bow ties – cue some serious man posing!

With images by Andy Crozier of Insight Photography.

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angela says: Riccardo proposed to me in Beijing on the Great Wall of China. We were on holiday just the two of us, the proposal was a great surprise. We had both always wanted to travel to China so we went and visited a few destinations including Beijing, Xian, Shanghai. When we returned we had an engagement party at Laazats in Hull. We chose to hold it on the anniversary of the date we first got together – February 15th. During the party we announced who we had chosen for our bridesmaids/best man and groomsmen. Keeping this information quiet for so long was very difficult. If anybody wanted to give a gift we asked for a donation to be made to the Macmillan charity due to recently losing a good friend to ovarian cancer at a young age.

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Our wedding date was 26th July 2014 and was held at Allerton Castle. We’d always wanted a summer wedding.

Allerton Castle is the most beautiful and amazing location we’d ever seen. This was the first and the last place we visited – we instantly fell in love and never turned back. It has such character and amazing grounds. We also loved the fact that we could celebrate our complete wedding in one location. From staying over the night before in the nearby log cabins to the finishing touches and pre wedding drinks for the girls in the bridal suite and for the boys in the billiard room. We celebrated the civil ceremony within Allerton and had our wedding breakfast and reception within the castle too.

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Our theme was focused around the 1920s. We felt the whole elegance of the era fitted in well with the setting for our wedding. Our colour palette was different shades of blues/purples/white and ivory.

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I wore a floor-length Sottero and Midgley dress bought from a well-established bridal shop called Deborah Moore in Hessle, Hull. Deborah helped to ensure I found the perfect dress and even did all the alterations. The dress was called Lola. It was a slim A-line cut, with Swarovski crystals and mirrored beads. I also opted for the choice of adding the capped sleeves. The dress colour was diamond white and pewter. I had tried on many dresses before I found this one. When I put it on I knew it was the one. I kept my dress a secret from everyone – the only people who knew were my brother’s girlfriend and my mother.

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Riccardo got his suit at a shop called Rees. He wore a three-piece dark blue suit with a white shirt. He wore a mustard bow tie with matching coloured socks and brown shoes. He also had a pocket. He got his suit tailored to a high level by a local source Gillian Long, who was previously a Saville Row seamstress and is now the owner of Cock of the Walk in Hull.

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The bridesmaids wore floor-length purple/grey coloured dresses bought from Coast in House of Fraser, again in Hull. They all wore diamond studs which were a present from us. Following the wedding speeches as a surprise on the big day my bridesmaids read out a poem they had written together which went through the journey of me and Riccardo meeting until the present day. This was truly amazing and very emotional!

The boys (groomsmen/best man/father of the bride) all got their suits from Next. They wore two-piece blue suits with a white shirt, brown shoes, matching coloured bow tie and socks. They all also wore a pocket watch which were individually engraved with a personal message. These were again bought by us as a gift to the groomsmen. They were all lined up in the billiard room for when the boys arrived, which was a surprise to all!

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All the ushers, best man, groom, bridesmaids and bride arrived at the nearby cabins the day before the wedding. Both groups were separated once arriving – the boys had a barbecue and beers while the girls had nibbles and a pamper session. On the day of the wedding the men walked to the castle and the girls drove.

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Our photographer was Andy Crozier of Insight Photography, based in Hull. Andy captured our whole day and even stayed beyond the time we’d arranged. He went above and beyond for us throughout the day, never too pushy but ensured we got exactly what we said we wanted. Andy was great with all of our guests, young and old, and made every single person there on the day felt special. Our images were truly amazing and we would highly recommend Insight to anyone.

I knew Andy personally from childhood, we both lived on the same street since I was the age of eight. Riccardo didn’t know Andy but soon felt at ease and felt comfortable following our initial meet up. We also did a pre-wedding photo shoot at Allerton Castle which we both felt was a great touch. Andy used our favourite image as a message board for guests to sign on the day.

We also had a videographer who helped capture the memories of our wonderful day. It was a lovely and very professional guy called Dan Cain.

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Our flowers were provided by Twisted Willow and were done to such a high level. We had great customer service and felt automatically at ease that the flowers and decorations were to be done professionally. Again we would definitely recommend them. My bouquet consisted of mainly white and ivory colours with a touch of pastel shades. The flowers had a lovely lace ribbon which I then attached a blue brooch to (I used this as my something blue). The brooch was borrowed from a very special friend.

In terms of décor we had a candelabra at either side of us when we read our vows which were decorated with white and pastel coloured flowers draped with crystals. We had candles on either side of the staircase and the reception tables all had tall vases with balls of flowers draped in crystals and pearls. We also had scattered tea light candles around the room.

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As favours we gave small bottles of sparkling rose wine to the ladies and white sparkling wine for the men. The wedding favours had a custom made ribbon around them in dark blue with gold text which said ‘Mr and Mrs Seaton’. Also attached to the ribbon was the person’s name tag and a cluster of vintage keys. Keys being the symbol of the key to a happy life/key to success and key to a happy future. The children had loom bands and sweets.

Our wedding cake was again from a locally sourced supplier. The lady who designed and made it was the sister of a long term friend of Riccardo’s, who was also one of our ushers. The cake maker owns a shop in Sutton, Hull, called Cake-licious. We followed our 1920s theme through with our cake design. The cake was a four-tier hexagonal shape with lots of geometric prints/designs. We had different flavours: lemon, chocolate and vanilla. All of our ushers put towards buying us our cake as a gift from them.

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Brides Up North Featured Supplier Dine provided our food and drinks. For our drinks post ceremony we had bottled beers and Pimms. We made our own sweetie table display with lots of retro sweets.

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Music during the day was provided by the events company Trio Vivo. During the wedding breakfast we also arranged a surprise. Using the events company we set up a staged performance pretending to have a very drunk guest and a waitress who then broke out into singing opera. These two were truly amazing and left many without a dry eye. To end our celebrations we then partied through into the evening at the castle with the music supplied by Chris Hilton’s Little Big Band. We were very impressed with all!

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Towards the end of the evening we also had a five-minute firework display (and sparklers), provided by Ferrensby Fireworks. We would recommend using this service along with other fab suppliers we used on the day including hair stylists and beauticians from Bows in Anlaby for the hair and make-up and a good friend of ours Rachel Peterson from Hull who had recently completed her wedding planner course. Rachel worked with us from the beginning right until the end and ensured we both felt at ease and kept us both in line and very organised with all the planning and finer details.

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We would also most definitely recommend Allerton Castle to other couples. It’s an amazing location and I’m yet to see a more perfect location.

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We couldn’t pick a favourite part of the day – we enjoyed it all! This may sound cheesy but we can genuinely describe it as the best day of our lives to date.

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For our honeymoon we went to New York and Orlando, Florida. We spent one week each location. With some of the money guests gave we booked a limo trip around New York City by night which was an experience we would definitely recommend.

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My top tip or other Brides Up North is enjoy every single minute of the day. People told us it would go quick and it sure did. Cherish every moment.

As an extra special touch on the wedding day we set up a message in a bottle for our guests to each put a message in for us. The plan is that we will smash it open on our first wedding anniversary (which we’re hoping to celebrate in Hawaii) and read all of the messages.

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Brides Up North Dream Venue: Bolton Castle

March 12th, 2013 | Julia Braime

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This afternoon we are off to Wensleydale, Grommit! 

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Sorry, I couldn’t resist (I’m so very much a product of the 90’s)!  However, the gorgeousness of today’s dream venue is no laughing matter.  Today we are in the Dales to meet Katie of Brides Up North Featured Supplier venue Bolton Castle and find out why this medieval fairy-tale venue should be on your shortlist. 

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Where is Bolton Castle located?

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Bolton Castle is in beautiful Wensleydale, just inside the Yorkshire Dales National Park. Our closest town is Leyburn and we are situated in the village of Castle Bolton, North Yorkshire.

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Tell Brides Up North about the venue, what facilities does it have?

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Bolton Castle is a 600 year old medieval fortress completed in 1399 by Sir Richard Le Scrope. The castle is steeped in history and has a wonderful atmosphere, which is brought to life when people come to celebrate here.

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Our spectacular rooms are licenced for Civil Ceremonies and Receptions and couples are able to entertain their guests as royalty once did. Wedding couples who choose to hold their reception at Bolton have exclusive use of the Castle and are able to treat it as their own. We hold ceremonies in our light and airy Solar room which is south facing to get the best of the sunlight and has stunning views over to Penn Hill. Wedding breakfasts are held in our magnificent Great Chamber which would have once held great banquets and feasts. We have several options for drinks receptions including our rustic old kitchen, partially ruined chapel, courtyard and medieval gardens.

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The Castle can seat 120 guests for the wedding breakfast and then up to 240 for an evening reception.

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What makes Bolton Castle a special wedding venue and sets you apart from others?

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Bolton is a completely unique and special venue as it is a partially ruined Medieval Castle and so the accommodation ranges from romantic ruined areas (which are a photographers dream) to fully restored stunning banqueting halls where couples can entertain their guests like royalty. We offer special extra experiences including having our beautiful barn owl deliver the wedding rings, enjoying a hawk and owl display in the courtyard, a falconry display in the grounds or an archery demonstration at the archery butts. We want each couple to have a day which is completely unique to them and so every wedding here is different. We only ever have one wedding a week and we allow couples to set up the rooms up to two days before the wedding meaning they do not have to worry about anything on the day. Our relaxed approach and limited restrictions mean that couples start to feel as if Bolton is their own personal Castle and completely fall in love with the place. Our couples have free visits on their anniversaries so many couples come back year after year to see their favourite castle.

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What sort of bride would be “a Bolton Castle bride”?

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A bride who wants something completely different for her big day. Our brides are often very creative with themes and colour schemes and enjoy doing a lot of the decoration and planning themselves so the day is very personal and homemade.

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Bolton Castle Wedding Photography by Richard Wynn-Davies

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How can your staff help to make the planning process easier and the big day amazing?

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Our staff can recommend trusted suppliers who have worked at the Castle before and we are always on hand to respond to any queries, meet potential new suppliers/photographers to show them around and help in any way we can. We are a very small team so couples can get to know the person who will be looking after them on the big day and feel confident that everything will run according to plan.

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We have our own in house caterers who can cater for all tastes and budgets from hog roasts and cold buffets to three course meals. Our caterers provide sample menus but are able to work with couples to create their perfect menu for the big day.

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Tell us about your catering services?  What makes them special? 

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Our catering services are provided by Guy Fairhurst who grew up in North Yorkshire and whose parents ran the successful and locally renowned restaurant at Bolton Castle in the 1980s.

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Since his childhood, Guy has been passionate about food. He qualified as a Chef at York College in 2005 and worked in London at the fashionable Eight Over Eight  Thai restaurant in Fulham, before returning to his native county of Yorkshire to further his career among his family and friends and the surroundings he loves.

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The North of England is famous for the quality of its stockmen and animal husbandry and we are lucky to be surrounded by farmers who take great pride in the meat and crops they produce and hope that this reflects in our food. Guy and his team are determined to combine the best local and homemade produce with a high quality and  friendly service.

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Can guests stay over at your venue? 

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We do not have any accommodation in the Castle as the whole building is open to the public during the week and wedding guests can explore the whole building during the wedding reception if they wish. We have a list of recommended accommodation including local pubs and inns, boutique hotels and B&Bs. 

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Can you give Brides Up North an idea on price?

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Ceremony Only: £19 per head (minimum charge £1,520)*: This includes exclusive use of the magnificent Great Chamber for duration of the ceremony and for an hour afterwards, as well as non exclusive use of the remainder of the Castle and gardens. We will also provide lime washed chiavari chairs, registrars table and cloth and a roaring log fire.

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Reception Only: £30 per head (minimum charge £2,400)*: This includes exclusive use of the entire Castle from 5.30pm until half past midnight. We will also provide lime washed chiavari chairs, a choice of round banqueting or rectangular trestle tables, registrars table and cloth, cake table and a roaring log fire.

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Ceremony and Reception: £37 per head (minimum charge £2960)*: This includes exclusive use of the entire Castle from 3.30pm until half past midnight. We will also provide lime washed chiavari chairs, a choice of round banqueting or rectangular trestle tables, registrars table and cloth, cake table and a roaring log fire.

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*All charges include VAT at the current rate.  Minimum charge is based on 80 guests and is not on top of the price per head.  At certain times of the year we can offer discounts where couples would pay the minimum charge and then be allowed up to 120 guests.

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Any really memorable weddings at the venue?  Any stories to share?

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Our most memorable wedding recently was last November when the entire wedding party were dressed in beautiful, vibrant and authentic medieval costume. The groom was dressed in a full chainmail suit and they chose to have the barn owl ring bearer. We were a bit concerned that the barn owl would be upset by the chainmail suit as he hadn’t come across it before but he flew perfectly. He just didn’t want to come back afterwards! The couple had decorated the Castle with help from family members and it looked absolutely amazing with flowers and autumn foliage on every surface and the autumnal colours were really striking. The little details such as place settings and table numbers really set off the medieval theme.

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Another fabulous wedding we had was the first wedding I worked on when starting at the Castle. The couple transformed the castle into a fairyland with  hundreds of tea lights and candles everywhere and beautiful greenery all over the Castle. It took them a whole week to decorate and half an hour to light all of the candles but was absolutely stunning.

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What else goes on at Bolton Castle?

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The Castle is open to the public 7 days a week from February to November (shutting early for weddings) and we have a full programme of events during the year including living history weekends, children’s craft activities, outdoor performances and more. We have a wonderful tea room serving homemade and locally sourced refreshments. We also have beautiful medieval gardens and a daily programme of archery demonstrations, falconry displays and wild boar feeding times.

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Bolton Castle Wedding Photography by Richard Wynn-Davies

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Where can Brides Up North get more information or contact the venue?

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More information is available at www.boltoncastle.co.uk, email me on katie.boggis@boltoncastle.co.uk or call on 01969 623981.

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Brides Up North UK Wedding Blog – Images © 2013 supplied by Bolton Castle

Bolton Castle is a Brides Up North Featured Supplier

Contact Brides Up North to submit your business as a Featured Supplier

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Diary Date! Go Totally Tipi At Thwaite Mills

September 27th, 2012 | Julia Braime

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Fancy a bit of camping?  Nah, me neither (not in this weather – are you mental?!)

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How about a bit of “glamping”?  That sounds a bit better

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Or why not go all out and totally tipi by joining my fabulous Featured Suppliers and outdoor event specialists TotallyTipi and special friends for their open weekend and evening showcase (on your way to the Brides Up North Wedding Exclusive at The Mansion of course!) next Friday, Saturday and Sunday, 5th – 7th October 2012 at Thwaite Mills, Leeds. 

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Come and have a peek inside!

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Totally Tipi Open Weekend

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You are invited to Thwaite Mills Watermill to experience TotallyTipi’s beautiful, warming wedding and events venue.  Pre-register online now – entry is free. 

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TotallyTipi

TotallyTipi is a small yet experienced company based in South Yorkshire. In hiring us for your event, you can really guarantee receiving that personal touch.

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Their team have over 700 Tipi setups under their hat so you can also be assured of expert service and professionalism.

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Horticouture Floral Designs

The wonderful team at Horticouture will be styling the event and previewing the theme for Snowflakes and Schnapps

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Their talented design team can inspire you to create a venue which transforms into an amazing setting which could be as magical as a movie set or as nonchalant and fragrant as a country garden.

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Boxtree Events

With over 20 years experience and three Michelin starred restaurants under his belt Executive Chef Simon Gueller and the team have  a reputation for providing both quality food and exceptional service. 

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Box Tree Events will supply light refreshments at the open weekend to whet your tastebuds’ appetite while your eyes feast on the visual delights.

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Thwaite Mills

Thwaite Mills is one of the last remaining examples in Britain of a water-powered mill.

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Nestled on an island location between the River Aire and the Aire & Calder Navigation, let one of their guides help you explore the mills and discover the importance of water power to Leeds’ industrial heritage.

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  – Images © 2012 TotallyTipi

TotallyTipi is a Brides Up North Featured Supplier and this is a sponsored post

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