Wedding Vendors

Wedding Suppliers, Vendors & Venues.

Finding the right people to work with to make your wedding the day you deserve can be overwhelming sometimes, so we have put together a list of some local wedding suppliers, some we have worked with and would highly recommend.

This page is very much a work in progress, I have been based in Somerset for 9 years and I have only recently moved back to the Northwest so I am getting to know local suppliers, If you are a NW based wedding vendor and would like to be considered for inclusion in this list please get in touch through or vendor sign up form. I look forward to making new connections


North West – Wedding Venues

 


Wedding Venue Mottram Hall
NW – Mottram Hall

Mottram Hall is a former country house to the northeast of the village of Mottram St. Andrew, Cheshire, England. It is designated by English Heritage as a Grade II* listed building.

Wilmslow Road
Mottram St Andrew
Cheshire
SK10 4QT

 


Garstang Country Hotel Weddings
NW – Garstang Country Hotel

Beyond the sweeping drive up to the canopied entrance. The hotel and grounds offer a superb backdrop to your wedding day.

Phone:01995 600100

Bowgreave Drive
Bowgreave
Preston
Lancashire
PR3 1YE

 


Southport Theatre & Convention Centre Weddings
NW – Southport Theatre & Convention Centre

We are one of the Northwest’s most popular wedding venues with dedicated wedding co-ordinators and event planners who will take care of your every wish, to ensure that you have the perfect day.

Promenade
Southport
Merseyside
PR9 0DZ

 


Kilhey Court Hotel Weddings
NW – Kilhey Court Hotel

Traditional-style rooms in Victorian house hotel set in gardens, with restaurant, spa and free WiFi.

Phone:0844 879 9045

Chorley Road
Standish
Wigan
WN1 2XN

 


Ramada Plaza Weddings
NW – Ramada Plaza

Smart contemporary bedrooms, some with lake views, plus brasserie dining and business facilities.

Phone:01704 516220

Marine Lake
Southport Promenade
Lancashire
PR9 0DZ

 


The Prince of Wales Weddings
NW – The Prince of Wales Hotel

Traditionally-styled bedrooms in a sizable Victorian hotel with a restaurant and striking ballroom.

Phone:0871 222 0039

Lord Street
Southport
Merseyside
PR8 1JS

 


Mytton Fold Hotel Weddings
NW – Mytton Fold Hotel

Bright rooms with free WiFi in a family-run hotel with 6 meeting rooms, dining and 18-hole course.

Phone:01254 240662

Whalley Road
Blackburn
BB6 8AB

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South West – Wedding Venues

 

Cripps Barn weddings
SW – Cripps Barn

Civil wedding licence so you can get married in the barn in the afternoon and follow on straight into your reception.

Phone:01285 721900

Fosscross Lane
Cirencester
Gloucestershire
GL7 5BA

 


Deer Park Country House Weddings
SW – Deer Park

Georgian mansion and wedding venue with stylish, traditional rooms and an upscale restaurant.

Phone:01404 41266

Weston
Honiton
Devon
EX14 3PG

 


Birtsmorton Court Weddings
SW – Birtsmorton Court

Birtsmorton Court is a Grade I listed medieval moated manor house near Malvern in Worcestershire, in the former woodlands of Malvern Chase.

Phone:01684 833888

The Events Office
Malvern
Worcestershire
WR13 6JS

 


Garstang Country Hotel Weddings
SW – Guyers House

Traditionally-styled rooms in a country house with ornate gardens and Modern British fine dining.

Phone:01249 713399

Guyers Lane
Pickwick
Corsham
Chippenham
Wiltshire
SN13 0PS

 


Ellenborough Park Weddings
SW – Ellenborough Park Hotel

Designer rooms mix classic and contemporary in a 16th-century manor on Cheltenham racecourse estate.

Phone:01242 545454

Southam Lane
Cheltenham
Gloucestershire
GL52 3NJ

 


 

  • The Matara Centre*
  • Priston Mill*
  • The Hotel Del Coronado*
  • Batch Country House*
  • Peckforton Castle
  • Macdonald Leeming House
  • Formby Hall*

 

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Wedding Dress

 

The Brides Room Of Birkdale
The Brides Room Of Birkdale

Celebrating our 15th year in the Bridal Business, the most established Bridal House in the area offering a highly professional and friendly service.

Phone:01704 550991

15 Liverpool Rd
Southport
PR8 4AR

 


Glitz Ritz & Tiara's Weddings
Glitz Ritz & Tiara’s

If you want to sparkle on your wedding day, then make a vow to visit Glitz Ritz & Tiaras, Our delightful wedding boutique boasts two floors of Exquisite Bridal Gowns from the romantically Cinderella to the elegant and chic!

Phone:01704 500155

50-52 Wayfarers Arcade
Southport
PR8 1NT

 


Lucy Briars Weddings
Lucy Briars

We strive to meet the exact requirements of our customers with over 21 years experiance.

Phone:01704 542176

7 Bold Street
Southport
PR9 0DD

 


 Trudy Smith

We are excited to announce that we will be opening a fantastic new store on 20th December 2014! Not only will we be opening a new store but we will also be introducing new products and designers to our fabulous collections, ready to start the new year with a bang!

Phone: 01695 581099

2 Beaconsfield Building
Moor Street
Ormskirk
L39 2AW


 

  • The Wedding Veil Shop
  • J’adore Bridal Boutique
  • Fabledreams
  • Molly Browns
  • Alfred Angelo dress

 

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Wedding Cakes

 

Scrumptious Cakes Weddings
Scrumptious Cakes

Cake Makers and Decorators
Scrumptious cakes offers bespoke wedding stationery and celebration cakes for all occasions in Ormskirk and across Lancashire.

Phone:01695 229158

5 Church Street
Ormskirk
Lancashire
L39 3QS

 


O'Briens Tea Rooms Weddings
O’Briens Tea Rooms

Function room hire and cake makers and of course tea rooms

Phone:01695 572695

Park Road
Ormskirk
L39 3BY

 


 

  • Ginni’s Celabration Cakes
  • Cake Creations
  • Lisa B’s Cupcakes

 

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Wedding Cars

 

Birkdale Classics Weddings
Birkdale Classics

Chauffeur driven vintage cars and limousines for weddings, celebrations, films and education. Information about cars and services.

Phone:01704 567554

41 Shaw’s Road
Southport
PR8 4LP

 


Churchtown Wedding Cars
Churchtown Wedding Cars

We are a family run business founded in 1993 with an excellent reputation and renowned for our friendly and helpful approach.

Phone:01704 226362

146 Preston New Road
Southport
PR9 8PP

 


Regal Wedding Cars
Regal Wedding Cars

At Regal Wedding Cars we provide a professional and personal wedding service which we believe is second to none, catering for all wedding types.

Phone:0151 287 6954

17 Buckingham Road
Maghull
L31 7DN

 


Barrington's wedding car
Barrington’s wedding car

We are a Wedding Car Hire specialist based in Liverpool, Providing beautiful chauffeur driven Wedding Cars.

Phone:0151 933 5097

6 Langdale Street
Bootle
L20 3BX

 


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Wedding Videographers

 

Somerset Wedding Films
Somerset Wedding Films

Somerset Wedding Films is a wedding videography company based in Bristol covering the South West.

Phone Heather:07740 266975

 


    • Bayvista Studios
    • Impressions Wedding Video
    • Shoot It Yourself
    • Fidelis

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Wedding Hair & Beauty

  • New Image Hair Salon
  • Lisa Hilton Beauty
  • Louise Stewart
  • Ana Durand*

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Wedding Suit Hire

    • Stephen Bishop
    • King and Allen bespoke tailoring
    • Hugh Harris Formal
    • Cheeks Menswear
    • Moss Bros
    • Dressed to be Blessed

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Wedding Flowers

    • The Flower Studio
    • Fantasy weddings direct
    • Sweeneys Florist*
    • Bloomin’crafty florists
    • The Flower Studio

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Wedding Venue Styling

    • Ambience Venue Styling
    • InStyle Venues Ltd
    • Creation Balloons
    • Function Fairies
    • Lasting Memories by Alison*

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Wedding DJ

    • Elite DJ Services
    • DJ Richard Porter
    • Reality Roadshow Disco
    • Music Mix Entertainments

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Wedding Stationery

    • Bride & Groom Direct
    • Pure Invitation
    • Paper Themes
    • Strawberry Sorbet
    • Tree of Hearts

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Rings, Jewellery, Tiaras and Accessories

    • Hatton Garden
    • Blue Nile

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Wedding Toastmasters

    • Eric Gill*
    • Barry McQueen
    • Trevor English
    • David Read
    • Reuben Lynch

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Speech Writers

    • Lawrence Bernstein
    • Staggered UK
    • Speeches For You
    • My Wedding Speeches
    • Burn The Toast

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Wedding Albums & Prints

    • Graphistudio*
    • Album Epoca*
    • Loxley Print*

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Wedding Planners

    • A Day to Cherish
    • Weddings by Engagement
    • Simply Mediterranean Weddings
    • Once Upon A Time Weddings
    • Alexander Jones

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Wedding Entertainment

    • Warble Entertainment Agency
    • John Norcott
    • Crystal Chords
    • Hire a Band
    • RLC Bookings

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Marquees

    • Dancover Marquees
    • Elite Marquees
    • County Marquees
    • Lancashire Marquee Hire
    • NWC Marquees

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Favours and Gifts

    • Celebration Tray
    • Nikki’s Novelties
    • Sparkly Parties
    • Huggler
    • Wedding Sparklers

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Catering

  • MegaBites Catering Ltd
  • Yummy Catering
  • Divine Chocolate Fountains
  • Party Plus Catering
  • Brookfield’s Catering

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Wedding Insurance

    • John Lewis
    • Weddingplan
    • Silk Thistle
    • E&L
    • Debenhams

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  2. Just engaged? Starting to envision your wedding? Wondering about all the things you’ll need to do and when? Our month-by-month snapshot of all your wedding to-dos will steer you in the right direction.

    >> For an interactive version of what to do when, go to The Knot Wedding Checklist.

    12+ months before
    Date: ______________________

    Envision your wedding and draw up a budget.
    Assemble your “planning team.” Consider hiring a wedding consultant.
    Pick a wedding date and time. Select several options, then check with your venues, officiant, and important guests before finalizing.
    Start planning the guest list.
    Look for and book ceremony sites and reception sites.
    Ask friends and relatives to be in the wedding party.
    Optional: Have an engagement party. You may want to register beforehand for gifts.
    8-10 months before
    Date: ______________________

    Bride: Think about, shop for, and order your gown.
    Envision reception food.
    Decide what type of entertainment you want. A pianist for the cocktail hour, strolling violinists, a DJ, or band?
    Think about your floral decor.
    Research and book your wedding professionals. Interview vendors: photographer, videographer, reception band or DJ, florist.
    Research a wedding insurance policy to protect your deposits.
    Research and reserve accommodations for out-of-town guests.
    Register for gifts.
    Contact rental companies if you need to rent anything for ceremony/reception, such as chairs, tables, and tent.
    6-8 months before
    Date: ______________________

    Book ceremony musicians.
    Order bridesmaid dresses.
    Start planning honeymoon.
    Send save-the-date cards. This is a particularly good idea if you’re marrying during a tourist or holiday season or having a destination wedding.

    4-6 months before
    Date: ______________________

    Attend prewedding counseling, if required.
    Shop for and order invitations and wedding rings.
    Shop for formalwear.
    Renew or get passports, if necessary.
    Envision your wedding cake and research, interview, and book a cake designer.
    3 months before
    Date: ______________________

    Order wedding cake.
    Hire a calligrapher, if you want your invitations professionally addressed.
    Attend your shower. (It may be earlier, depending on when hosts decide to have it.)
    Groom: Rent the men’s formalwear.
    Hire wedding-day transport: limousines, other cars. Look into transportation sooner if you’re considering renting streetcars or over-the-top travel.
    2 months before
    Date: ______________________

    Mail your invitations.
    Write your vows.
    Purchase gifts for parents, attendants, and each other.
    Book your stylist and try out big-day hairstyles.
    Book a makeup artist and go for a trial run.
    1 month before
    Date: ______________________

    Apply for a marriage license. Check with the local bureau in the town where you’ll wed.
    Bride: Have final gown fitting. Bring your maid of honor along to learn how to bustle your dress. Have the dress pressed and bring it home.
    Call all bridesmaids. Make sure they have their gowns ready for the wedding.
    Make last-minute adjustments with vendors.
    Create a wedding program to hand out to guests.
    Order and plan in-room welcome baskets for out-of-town guests.
    2 weeks before
    Date: ______________________

    Review final RSVP list and call any guests who have not yet sent a response.
    Deliver must-have shot lists to photographer and videographer. Include who should be in formal portraits and determine when portraits will be taken.
    Deliver final song list to your DJ or bandleader. Include special song requests and songs you don’t want played.
    Bride: Get your last prewedding haircut and color.
    1 week before
    Date: ______________________

    Give reception site/caterer final guest head count. Include vendors, such as the photographer or band members, who will expect a meal. Ask how many extra plates the caterer will prepare.
    Supply location manager with a list of vendor requests such as a table for DJ or setup space needed by florist.
    Plan reception seating chart.
    Print place and table cards, or finalize list with the calligrapher you have hired to do so.
    Call all wedding vendors and confirm arrangements.
    Give ceremony and reception site managers a schedule of vendor delivery and setup times, plus contact numbers.
    Groom: Get your hair trimmed.
    Attend bachelor/ette parties.
    2-3 days before
    Date: ______________________

    Bride: If you need to, have your gown pressed or steamed.
    Groom: Go for final fitting and pick up your formalwear.
    Groom: Ask the best man to make sure all groomsmen attend fittings and pick up their outfits.
    Determine wedding-party positions during ceremony and the order of the party in the processional and recessional.
    Hand off place cards, table cards, menus, disposable cameras, favors, and any other items for setting the tables to the caterer and/or reception site manager.
    Reconfirm final details with all vendors. Discuss any necessary last-minute substitutions.
    Call the limousine- or car-rental company for pickup times and locations.
    Arrange for guests without cars to be picked up from the airport or train station. Ask friends, attendants, or relatives to help.
    Deliver welcome baskets to the hotel concierge; make sure to include names and delivery instructions.
    Day before
    Date: ______________________

    Provide all wedding professionals with an emergency phone number to call on the day of the wedding.
    Write checks and/or talk to wedding hosts (usually your parents, if not you) about any final balances to be paid at the end of the reception.
    Night before
    Date: ______________________

    Rehearse ceremony. Meet with wedding party, ceremony readers, immediate family, and your officiant at the ceremony site to rehearse and iron out details.
    Bring unity candle, aisle runner, yarmulkes, or other ceremony accessories to the site.
    Give your marriage license to your officiant.
    Attend rehearsal dinner.
    Present attendants with gifts at the rehearsal dinner. You’ll want to do this especially if the gifts are accessories to be worn during the wedding.
    Day of
    Date: ______________________

    Present parents and each other with gifts.
    Give wedding bands to the best man and the maid of honor to hold during the ceremony.
    Give best man the officiant’s fee envelope, to be handed off after the ceremony.
    Introduce your reception site manager to your consultant or maid of honor for questions or problems during the reception.
    Assign a family member or attendant to be the photographer’s contact so he knows who is who.
    Postwedding
    Date: ______________________

    Prearrange for someone to return any rentals.
    Preplan for attendants to take the bride’s gown for cleaning and return the groom’s tux to the rental shop.
    Write and send thank-you notes to gift-bearing guests and vendors who were especially helpful.

  3. Wedgewood offers five all-inclusive wedding packages that couples can customize however they choose. Click on the ‘View Our Packages & Pricing’ link above to review the details. You will need to install Adobe Reader if you do not already have it installed on your computer.

    There are so many advantages to planning your wedding with our package options:

    Actually stick to your budget. You can add or remove whatever services you want from any package, and we will adjust the price accordingly. See? You can have your dream wedding without breaking the bank!
    We’re a one-stop shop. Forget about coordinating your services at 50 different places—you can get just about everything you need for your wedding through Wedgewood, which saves you time and money… and prevents stress wrinkles.
    Build your own wedding. Choose your own theme, colors, menu, cake flavors, and all the other details that make your wedding unique.
    Also included: your personal wedding expert. Your catering sales director will guide you through the planning process, manage the logistics, offer advice, and keep you on track (and off of the ledge).
    For additional information about our wedding packages you can visit our Wedding Package Information page.

    Or come visit us in person! We would love to learn about your vision for your special day and customize a proposal for your event. We believe that even if you don’t book with Wedgewood, spending an hour with one of our wedding professionals will help make you a better wedding shopper. We are available for appointments seven days a week. Schedule your complimentary consultation today!
    Testimonials

    “Overall, best ever! The food was spectacular! My guests raved about the food and how awesome it tasted, including the punch! The decorations were put out exactly as I hoped! Everything was beautiful and perfect!! Thank you all for making our wedding the best day ever!!” -Connie & Arin, 9/26/2015

    “Thank you for making that day so easy and relaxed! We really felt like we got our money’s worth and just loved how everyone was so helpful. Loved our wedding coordinator. She was so helpful! Thank you again, our guests loved everything as well!” -Mallory & James, 5/22/2015

    “Honestly I think Wedgewood provided the best service. I’ve heard from multiple people that the wedding was gorgeous and went smoothly. My wedding was everything I have dreamt about and more, the venue was amazing, food was excellent and the service was outstanding. I will be referring all of my friends who are looking for a venue. Thank you so much Wedgewood for making my day so special!” -Samantha & Eric, 3/6/2015

  4. You’ve found the man, picked the venue, bought the dress, and tasted the cakes, but while all of the big-ticket wedding planning to-dos may be done, there’s plenty of last-minute nitty-gritty items to complete. From guest changes, coordinating vendor drop-offs and parking, and even figuring out how to remove all of the garbage once the party’s over, here’s everything you need to confirm close to your wedding.

    If guests have changed, you’ll need to inform the hotel, florist, and caterers: That way they can adjust the seating set-up, change the number of centerpieces they create if it’s a dramatic change, and prepare less food if need be!

    Confirm all timing: You’re most likely going to have a lot of different vendors milling about on the day of, so make sure they’re clear on the event’s itinerary, where they should be and when to prevent any unecessary anxiety.

    See more: Keep Track of Your Wedding Planning To-Dos With Our Checklist!

    If you’re borrowing props from your florist, let her know when she can retrieve them: From baskets, to pedastals, and any other supplies they’ll want to get back, make sure to coordinate a post-wedding pick-up time with your florist.

    Access routes and parking for vendors: If they’re bringing in tables, structures, flowers, even five-tier cakes, your vendors will most likely unload all of your ceremony and reception’s décor from a large truck. Check that there’s an access route and parking available at all party spaces to ensure a speedy and stress-free setup!

    Getting rid of the garbage: Delineate who will take out the trash once the party’s over, be it the hotel, planner, florist, etc.

    Don’t forget the shot list: Make sure you talk to your photographer pre “I do” about what type of snaps you’d like to savor for years to come.

    Ensure your cake has a stand: Don’t forget to double-check with your baker who will be delivering and assembling your wedding-day confection. Also, whether or not the baker provides it, don’t forget about the cake stand and knife for cutting it!

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