Kate and Sam met through a mutual friend and their relationship took to the next level when Sam proposed at midnight overlooking the Thames – romantic to say the least!
The couple’s wedding was like no other, with their evening ceremony taking place at 7pm, in the stunning setting of The Roman Baths.
‘Arguably one of the most stunning and romantic locations in the country for weddings.’
This unique building, The Roman Baths, offered Kate and Sam the wedding day they had always envisioned. Promising a delightful, yet unusual setting, The Roman Baths, allowed the couple to say their vows beside the torch-lit waters of the Great Bath.
Kate said: “We always knew our dream was something a little different for our wedding and that we wanted to get married at night, with lots of candle light.
We wanted a romantic and vintage wedding at a historic and intimate setting with just our close family and best friends.
The Roman Baths ticked all of our boxes and was perfect for an evening wedding – we both instantly knew it was the venue for us. I couldn’t recommend it highly enough.”
Boasting history and character, The Roman Baths provided the perfect intimate ambience the couple had always dreamt of.
“I only tried on two dresses! On paper, I never imagined a big wedding dress however, as soon as I tried on the tulle ball gown with the pearl encrusted bodice, I knew it was the one.
It was love at first sight – I felt like a princess and wanted to surprise everyone with something totally different,” Kate reflected.
Kate fell in love with this stunning gown from Sottero and Midgley, in style ‘Allen’. A vintage ball gown with an element of luxury, made complete with the Swarovski crystal bodice and voluminous skirt. The low cut back and three quarter sleeves added an elegance like no other.
The Bride’s Advice:
“It will all be perfect on the day, try not to be nervous and simply enjoy it!”real weddings section, or take a look at the glossy pages of our regional magazine.