ROYAL CRESCENT HOTEL, BATH

We are so excited to be able to show lovely Charlotte and Paul’s beautiful Bath Wedding. Their ceremony was held at St Stephens church local to Charlotte’s family house, where after a trip to salon Number Three for glamorous hair, Charlotte and her bridesmaids prepared for the day. Paul and the boys started their getting ready at the Royal Crescent Hotel, which had hosted Charlotte and Paul’s pre-party the night before and was the setting for their relaxed and stylish wedding reception. We loved Charlotte’s contemporary and elegant dress by designer Justin Alexander renowned for his collections with a vintage appeal and modern edge. Her flawless make-up was by Little Lab Bath, who also created the Bridesmaids make-up look. Paul sported a classic look in a morning suit from Saville Row’s Yardman and he added his natural rock n’roll style to it. A delicate pink tone set the theme for the day with magnificent florals by Crescent Flowers which beautifully accented the church and the soft bathstone hues of the Hotel. The Bridesmaids wore pretty pink dresses from Les Trois Soeurs and the drink of the day was Laurent Perrier Rose. After the afternoon drinks reception on the private front lawn of the Royal Crescent, the wedding party continued the celebrations in a pretty, beautifully dressed marquee, which was perfectly nestled in the beautiful rear private gardens of the hotel. Just before dancing the night away to the great sound of their live band All Lit Up, Charlotte and Paul cut their cake made by the renowned Bath Cake Company. There could not have been a better place to host their wedding than the Royal Crescent Hotel, which matched the Bride and Groom with their impeccable attention to detail. Everything was personally overseen by the very talented general manager Jonathan Stapleton and fabulous wedding planner Isobel Heather. We really hope you enjoy this little insight into their stunning day. We were very honoured to be a part of the day … xx

                     

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