Getting married in March in the UK always carries a high level of risk with the weather, and the forecast leading up to the wedding of Sinead & Hadley wasn’t good, with threats of very strong winds and heavy rain. The Bride had even checked beforehand that we’d got umbrellas!
It was quite a surprise then on the morning of the wedding to see that both the weather, and the forecast for later in the day were pretty reasonable, with only a chance of rain predicted.
The lovely couple were getting married in Warwickshire, with the ceremony at Holy Cross Church, Walmley, Sutton Coldfield, and the reception at The Coleshill – in Coleshill…
The Bride was staying at the reception hotel and our first role was to collect the Bridesmaids and take them to the Church, just over 15 minutes away. The weather held and the traffic was good, so we got them there in good time and then returned to collect the Bride and her Father. Sinead looked wonderful with a fabulous dress, as did her Bridesmaids.
Although it’s on the edge of the UK’s second City, Birmingham, Coleshill began life in the Iron Age, before the Roman invasion, and is now a delightful market town, with half timbered buildings and several former Coaching Inns on the High Street, our couple’s venue The Coleshill being one of them.
The venue looks ideal for weddings with accommodation for the Bridal party in the main Hotel and in the separate Georgian annex, and also a choice of function rooms catering from 10 to 200 guests.
After the Church ceremony, and photos taken in the cold and windy, but still remarkably dry weather, it was back to the reception at The Coleshill for the Bride & Groom, and our time to say goodbye and wish the lovely couple all the very best for their future together.
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