Low Wood Bay was honoured to host Simon and Claire’s winter Lake District wedding just a few weeks ago, bringing together the wonderful stuff of fairy-tales, with more than a few recognisable Disney touches. Continue reading “Real Wedding: A Disney Fairytale at Low Wood Bay”
English Lakes is a family run business. Chairman and Managing Director, Simon Berry married Diana on 21st May 1983 and had their wedding breakfast at The Wild Boar, their evening reception at Waterhead and spent the first night of their honeymoon at Low Wood Bay. Continue reading “English Lakes: A Peak inside the Family Wedding Album”
In October, the team at Low Wood Bay welcomed back Colin and Margaret Evans and a very special member of their family, Jemima, a 1933 Austin 7 saloon, on a re-run of their honeymoon fifty years previously. Continue reading “A Golden Wedding and a Car called Jemima at Low Wood Bay”
Imagine your perfect wedding day. The dream setting – your workplace! The romantic atmosphere set by strip lighting, desks pushed ceremonially to one side, swivel chairs for the guests and the photocopier quietly humming an accompaniment in the corner.
Can’t imagine it? Well when you work for a 4* hotel group, your place of work is generally a little bit more conducive to a little bit of romance and celebration. When the following couples decided to marry at Low Wood Bay, it was no longer a workplace to them but the place they celebrated their dream ‘I do’ moment.
In preparation for The Midland Vintage Wedding Showcase, I met up with Carol Bean, co-founder and Director of Itsy Bitsy and discovered a wealth of knowledge about the Vintage era and what’s going on creatively in Morecambe. She is also our expert advisor for The Midland Wedding Showcase. Here is someone to whom I would feel very comfortable handing over the style reins of any Vintage glamorous wedding or event. Continue reading “Authentic Vintage Style Collectables at The Midland”
John Kitts and Carly Robb were married in April this year at The Midland. We are thrilled that they allowed us a peek behind the scenes of their romantic and stylish 1920’s wedding celebration.
Wedding favours or small gifts are given as a gesture of appreciation or gratitude to guests from the bride and groom during a wedding ceremony or a wedding reception. Gone are the days when the standard wedding favour is a section sugar coated almonds, there is no limit to the scope of creativity that brides and grooms bring to the table to say ‘thank you’ to their guests. Continue reading “8 Rustic Wedding Favour Ideas”