Following on from our short blog about Anthony Padgett, a featured supplier at The Midland Wedding Open Day we spoke to Carol from Itsy Bitsy Vintage who will also be at the hotel on Sunday to discuss planning your perfect vintage wedding.
Itsy Bitsy Vintage is an experienced service for vintage loveliness in Lancashire, Cumbria and the Yorkshire Dales. For vintage weddings, celebratory tea parties and unique events, Itsy Bitsy offers vintage china hire for up to 120 people, bunting, prop hire and vintage styling.
With authentic vintage china, a wide collection of vintage and antique props from the Edwardian period through to the early 1960’s, they work with clients to add a period feel to their celebrations and compliment the architecture of their chosen venue. Whether you choose a fun eclectic seaside celebration, a summer English tea party or a glamorous Great Gatsby wedding, Itsy can help create your look. Continue reading “Itsy Bitsy Vintage at The Midland Wedding Open Day”→
Our friends at Safe Harbour Productions, frequent Low Wood Bay regularly to be the eyes and ears for couples special days at the resort hotel on the shores of Lake Windermere. They have kindly put together this video for use to show off the hotel and its location.
Low Wood Bay provides an ideal location for your Lake District Weddings, if you don’t believe us, take a look at the above video.
Meet Vicky Cruise, The Midland’s wedding co-ordinator and the team at the hotel as they prepare for the day of a bride and grooms dreams.
Getting married at The Midland is like a modern day fairytale come true. The hotel is a perfect example of modern day glamour combined with the classic art deco style and the team here at the hotel enjoy making couples dreams become a reality.
Like many others, I never attend a wedding without having first purchased my little box of confetti, which is secreted away until the moment of release when the newly weds are bombarded with a shower of brightly coloured paper. It didn’t strike me until very recently to question why I throw little pieces recyclable, biodegradable, non-toxic, flame retardant heart-felt congratulations over my friends and family …
This tradition started many hundreds of years ago where guests scattered the happy couple with grains and fruit to signify their wish for them to a fruitful union – now that makes sense, if indeed they have any inclination or desire to start a family! Continue reading “Weird and Wonderful Wedding Traditions”→
On Saturday 3rd March 2012 Hayley and Matthew Lewis spent their special day at The Midland, Morecambe. Hayley’s wonderful poem featured the film best explains their special day so we will leave it to Hayley.