With a bride all about the country and a groom who loved the city, it wasn’t until Rebecca and Andrew visited The Vermont Hotel in Newcastle that their wedding dreams started to become a reality.
The Vermont Venue:
“As soon as I walked into the ballroom I started to cry” – Rebecca
As Rebecca is from Durham, a north-east wedding was always important to the couple. and the windows in the ballroom, detailing northern industry, made Rebecca feel completely at home.
The unique collection of windows told the story of Rebecca’s heritage, and she loved the chandelier at The Vermont Hotel; she knew it was the only venue for her to say ‘I do’ in.
Rebecca and Andrew had always wanted a relaxed, fun day with close friends and family, where regional suppliers were a must.
No matter what the couple decided they wanted for their special day – be it a wedding ceremony 200 foot above the city on the venue’s crowning jewel, The Sky Lounge – or to indulge in the glamour of a bygone era in the 1920’s-themed Gold Room, their personal wedding co-ordinator saw to it that nothing was too much.
The dedication of The Vermont Hotel’s wedding planner and team meant that Rebecca and Andrew could take a step back and enjoy, not only their wedding day, but the lead up, too.
The Bride’s Dress:
Rebecca walked the commanding aisle in this beautiful sleeveless gown from House of Mooshki. The delicate lace detailing added an elegant touch while the blush colouring and mermaid style created the romantic feel that Rebecca fell in love with.
Between a red carpet welcome for all of Rebecca and Andrew’s guests and spending time in their complimentary suite, their photographer, Thomas Jackson Photography, managed to capture some of the most endearing moments from the day; such as the moment when Andrew called Rebecca by her maiden name during speeches.
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