Whether you are getting married in the Chapel or Great Hall and have your wedding breakfast in any of the other rooms available, Woodyatt Warner are always on hand to provide you some ideas and suggestions as to make the best of the castles amazing structure.
One way of capturing the medieval castle is to add light effects to the Great Hall. By projecting soft up lighting up the walls and attaching string icicle lights over the balcony, the atmosphere changes to a more relaxing nature.
The wedding ceremony in the Great Hall can be done at either end, so whether you are looking to stand under the archway for your vows, or arrive through the archway and walk to the raised area at the back of the Great Hall. Both have their positive points but it all comes down to personal preference.
After the wedding ceremony whilst you are having your photos taken, the Great Hall is transformed into a stunning set up ready for your wedding breakfast. That is unless you have opted to choose a different room such as the Hexagonal Suite or the Drawing Room. Which ever you decide upon, you can be assured that all your requirements will be met.
Either pre ceremony or post ceremony, why not relax in the Cellar with its own unique circular layout and bar for refreshments.
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