Wedding at Gawsworth Hall

Wedding at Gawsworth Hall

 

 

 

A wedding at Gawsworth Hall is just one of the many things on offer at this 15th century Tudor house and you can opt to have your ceremony either indoors or a marquee situated in the well cared for grounds. The well established St James’ Church is within a 2 minute walk for the couple who would prefer a church ceremony and if the weather’s on your side you can make use of the connecting gate between the church and the hall, making the journey to your reception even quicker.

 

 

Natascha and Matthew went for a church ceremony followed by a reception in the grounds of the hall, and with a wedding at Gawsworth Hall you have the option of choosing your marquee to suit your wedding style as well as your personal style. Our couple also went for a teepee and licensed bar with caterers offering gourmet burgers to order.

 

Gawsworth Hall, Cheshire wedding at gawsworth hall

 

The weather on the day wasn’t on its best behaviour but when you’re getting married, especially for a wedding at Gawsworth Hall, it’s no longer an issue and enjoying your day with your family and friends completely takes over. So, when the ice cream van appeared, selling all home made ice cream with pretty much any and every flavour your could think of, a queue steadily formed; especially when the bride and groom started serving.

 

Gawsworth Hall, Cheshire wedding at gawsworth hall

 

It was the perfect place. Countryside, Tudor Halls, marquees and families coming together. The grounds to the hall are amazingly well looked after and offers a nice alternative from the hustle and bustle if you fancy a short stroll.

 

Gawsworth Hall, Cheshire wedding at gawsworth hall

 

We often get asked “You must get bored of weddings, seeing them as often as you do…”

 

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The simple truth it that it’s something that we can never get bored of doing. Seeing people pledging all they have and all they are to each other, witnessing the joining of families like it was always meant to be.

We don’t see it as a job or vocation, we see it for what it really is: A privilege.