When Ian proposed in the quaint village of Castle Bolton, the couple knew the only venue fitting to celebrate their big day was the picturesque Bolton Castle.
Friends and family gathered at the 14th century castle to host the grandest of wedding parties. “We just wanted a big party where everyone could enjoy themselves and remember it for years to come,” said Naomi.
Before Ian even popped the question, the couple dreamt of a fairytale wedding. “We chose the venue as it is a special place to the both of us. Ian proposed in the village and my family is from there too. We always knew we’d get married at Bolton Castle.”
It was like a match made in heaven, as the “venue holds quite a lot, which was a bonus with our guest list. We would definitely recommend the castle as a wedding venue.”
Any advice for brides and grooms-to-be?
“Do what you want, design the day to your taste, and do not please others – it’s your day! Make sure you take time out on the day, just the two of you, and take it all in.”
Gill from Gatsby's, in Bedale
Bouquets & buttonholes, Kathleen Dodds, church flowers, Ann Spensley
Cath Wilkinson (Groom's mum)