Tying the knot in 2012

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This could  be the year that you and your partner finally tie the knot. From the words “will you marry me?” some couples are so organised that even if their wedding is not until the latter part of the year, everything is in place from the wedding venue to the button holes.

If, however you have not organised anything, have a slight idea or would like some inspiration for your wedding venue and other pieces to tick off your list, the newly refurbished Trent Bridge could be the perfect place for your and your guests to celebrate the grand day.

Trent Bridge is the historic home of the Nottinghamshire County Cricket Club and has recently spent £1.5 Million upgrading the property and interior to include the facilities for wedding ceremonies and receptions. The worlds third oldest test match venue offers truly British charm and character.

Trent Bridge opens its doors to all Brides and Grooms on Sunday the 19th of February. Come down, view the venue, sample a glass of delicious champagne and canapés, prepared by our in house chefs.

Be inspired by a range of hand picked recommended suppliers, including Zinc Floral Design, Bridal Suite, ICKOOTU Photography and Cake Designs West Bridgford.

It’s the perfect platform to ask questions, find more information and save some ideas for your own wedding day. All of our suppliers have years of knowledge and expertise.

Imagine your big day in the splendour and backdrop of the beautifully renovated Trent Bridge. If you are looking for traditional charm and a venue that will cater for extensive tastes, come down to the Trent Bridge Wedding Open Day on the 19th of February.

For more information about the  Trent Bridge Wedding Open Day contact the Trent Bridge Wedding team on 0844 811 0710, alternatively you can view our details at your pleasure here.

Posted on 06 February 2012
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