Wednesday, 24 August 2011

The Wedding Of Felicity Wilkinson & Garreth Aspinall at Lytham Hall

Although it was not the usual Lytham Hall Sunny Weather, spirits were certainly not dampened as guests arrived for the wedding of Felicity and Garreth

The Team at Creative Coverhire had done a fantastic job dressing the chairs in the Gold Room
We always say it but this has to be the finest room on the Fylde Coast to hold your Civil Ceremony

Below the proud Mother of the Bride, the fabulous Sally Wilkinson looked fantastic and could finally calm down after doing a sterling job organizing all the pre planning for this special day

It was nearly time for 'I Do' as Garreth and Felicity gave the Marital Vows infront of Friends and Family

The Table plan which had been designed by Flutterby Couture matched the elegance of all the other little details

Rowley's were on hand to look after the pre breakfast Drinks and Canapes which consisted of Tattinger Champagne

Miniature Thai Fishcakes
Chicken Liver and Brandy Pate in a Filo Crown with Red Currant Syrup
Brochette of Halloumi Cheese, Oven Roasted Vegetable and Sun Blushed Tomato
with Balsamic Glaze
And Steak, Chips and Pepper Sauce

The Gold Room looked fantastic for the Wedding Breakfast and Flower Design Events simple but elegant arrangement really brought everything together

Everything was set and the chefs were working frantically behind the scenes to create the culinary feast that the bride and groom had chosen

On the Menu Was

To Start
Potted Lytham Shrimps with Phil's The Bakery of Lytham Walnut Bread and Green Salad

For Main
Rack of Ethnically Sourced Lakeland Lamb
Served on a Bed of Mint and Pea Puree with Port, Honey & Rosemary Jus

For Dessert
A Trio of Creme Brulee, Warm Chocolate Tort & Raspberry Pavlova

At night the celebrations started in the courtyard that had been covered with its own special star lit marquee.

The evening food was a Cheese cake hand picked by Garreth, including a super strong Snowdonia Black Bomber, Cropwell Bishop Stilton and Y Fenni, a welsh Cheddar cheese with Ale and Whole Grain Mustard, Served with Phil's the Bakery Breads, Grapes, Celery and Cheese Biscuits. Followed by the very tasty Wedding Cake

Flower Design had dressed the tables with lanterns and candle lit bird cages

The rest of the evening was handed over to the legendary Ian Hooper and The Hooper Band who kept everyone rocking even through the brief tropical storm that appeared to develop outside !!!!

Congratulation Felicity and Garreth from all at Team Rowleys


Jen McCleve said...

This is a great looking event. Finding a good catering company can be really difficult. What do you suggest I look for in a company? Should I always try to get a quote before ordering anything? Should I go in and sample some of their foods? I've never hosted an event, but I'd love to have a get together soon with some friends. Any suggestions?

philippine catering services said...

Congratulations on a successful event. I'm curious if you have found the opportunity to cater since and if so, did you find it easier the second time around? Keep posting!