Hard Days Night Hotel is preparing to treat brides and grooms-to-be with the return of its popular wedding fayre.
On Sunday, October 19, the award-winning hotel, which is also a sought-after wedding venue, is set to showcase various nuptial necessities during its second fayre of the year.
Between noon-4pm, couples will receive tailored advice on how to make their dream wedding a reality, as well as having the opportunity to visit specialist exhibitors such as bridal houses, grooms wear, florists, photography, cakes and many more.
Wedding and Events Manager Marian Cotter said: “Our wedding fayres have been such a great success in the past, therefore we are confident that the day will be a great hit amongst couples who are about to tie the knot.
“It is great being able to showcase all wedding aspects under one roof, as people are made aware of all of the essentials that are needed. Therefore, we have invited along some of the UK’s most acclaimed wedding specialists, in order to provide guests with experienced and trusted exhibitors.”
Throughout the day, visitors will be entertained by live music performances and will also receive complimentary canapés courtesy of Blakes Restaurant. Additionally, each bride-to-be will be given an exclusive goodie bag compliments of the hotel’s partner Lush Spa of Liverpool.
Marian added: “By giving guests a clear idea and a suggested checklist of what amenities they need - their wedding planning should run much more smoothly and enjoyably.
“As well as browsing through the pop-up wedding stands, visitors will also be able to take tours around our beautiful venue and receive detailed information regarding our packages.”
To book an exhibition space contact firstname.lastname@example.org Admission is free.
Alternatively, to organise a tour around Hard Days Night Hotel or to receive a wedding brochure, contact the wedding co-ordinator on 0151 236 1964 selecting ‘option 4'.
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