Olivia and George’s story started in nursery, where they attended together with just a year apart in age. Now grown up, it was very special to be a part of their big day – they truly were a lovely couple!

Either Olivia and George have an influence on the weather, or it is ‘the Belmount effect again’. Saturday, the wedding day, was dry all day long, with the sun shining bright at the critical time – during the champagne and canapés reception. They had a glorious wedding, with a marquee for 96 guests on the west lawn, the ceremony in the Indoor Marquee and the evening entertainment in the West Barn Rooms. The bridal party all chipped in to create stunning flower displays, table decorations and DIY touches throughout Belmount.

“From start to finish nothing was too much trouble and everything ran so smoothly.
We’ve had so many comments from people saying it was the best wedding they have ever been too, how beautiful Belmount Hall is, how tasty the food was (we both thought it was the best ‘wedding food’ we’ve had) and how fantastic the staff were. The breakfast was delicious and much loved by all the guests staying in the house, you made everyone feel so at home and you even made sure the sun was shining throughout the whole day!

Thanks again to all involved, we had the best, most special day and can’t wait to return to Belmount again soon.”

One thought on “Olivia & George’s marquee wedding

  1. The day was so special…Belmount Hall was the perfect venue for George and Olivia’s wedding. Everything ran like clockwork, staff were brilliant…nothing was too much trouble and always greeted by lovely smiles. The whole weekend was filled with lots of love, emotion, laughs and happy people. Thank you so much to Chris, Gillie, Catherine, Gwyneth and their excellent team.

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