Whether it’s a 1st or a 50th, each and every anniversary marks a significant time in a marriage and we are humbled that so many couples choose to celebrate their special day here at Low Wood Bay.
Every wedding guest waits in anticipation to get their first glimpse of the bride and that all-important Dress! We’ve followed up our Weird and Wonderful Wedding Traditions blog with a look at some interesting facts about wedding attire from years gone by.
In the west we often accept the tradition of a white wedding dress as a staple part of the wedding celebration and assume that it has always been the case.
Not so, the white wedding dress fashion was initially introduced as a protest against the effects of the industrial revolution! Below are a ten interesting facts around wedding attire… Continue reading “Weddings at Lancaster House – That All-Important Wedding Dress”
Being an integral part of a bride and groom’s wedding day is not something the team at The Wild Boar take for granted. Usually many months of planning have brought them to the ‘I do’ moment. After all the hard work and the joy and emotion of the day, our wedding co-ordinator, Emma, and the team are thrilled when they are able to keep in touch with the happy bride and groom.
It’s Wedding Showcase season again. Our wedding co-ordinator, Lauren, and the wedding team at Lancaster House are dressing up our function rooms and inviting our selected wedding suppliers along to help you imagine what your perfect day could look like. Continue reading “Weird and Wonderful Wedding Traditions from Around the World”
Obviously there are many more than just five reasons to get married at The Wild Boar – but we are a little biased! Anyhow, here’s your starter for five… Continue reading “Five Reasons to Get Married at The Wild Boar”
Another winter wedding tale from Low Wood Bay. Craig and Helen Smart tied the knot in December, but we will let them introduce themselves and tell us about their romantic proposal and sparkly Christmas wedding. Continue reading “Real Wedding: Craig and Helen’s Christmas Wedding at Low Wood Bay”
When Storm Desmond dropped one month’s rain in a single night, we watched the footage of the devastation and disruption caused in its wake. Our hearts went out to individuals, families and businesses that were affected. Without detracting from the difficulties that many have experienced, it would seem that there is a corresponding note of triumph as communities rallied together to overcome the adversity of these circumstances. Continue reading “The Calm in the Storm: Desmond didn’t put a dampener on this Wild Boar Wedding”