Nothing was too much trouble

By October 5th, 2017Weddings

I have always wanted to get married at St Barnabas Cathedral in Nottingham, a church which holds a special connection with my family. We wanted a relaxed venue close to the church which ideally meant we would need a city centre location. We looked at various venues in Nottingham, nothing came close to Harts. Even better that my husband proposed to me there. We arranged a meeting with the wedding coordinator who was fantastic. She really knew her stuff and gave us plenty of ideas of what we could do on the day. It was an easy decision to make to book Harts.

After the church ceremony our 100 guests made the 5 minute walk to Harts lead by a piper, to this day a highlight of the day. We were greeted with a drinks reception and made our way into the beautiful, secluded garden which overlooked the city of Nottingham. We were lucky enough to have a glorious sunny day. Canapes were served whilst people chatted and enjoyed the view.

The piper continued to play in the background and we invited David Fox to perform some magic and keep our guests entertained. The drinks reception was followed by the Wedding Breakfast. The food was fantastic and of a very high standard which many guests commented on. The day was finished off on a high with Richie Muir providing the evening entertainment which went down a storm.

Sally Martin our wedding co-ordinator deserves a special mention, nothing was too much trouble despite our many questions and emails before the event and looking after us and our guests on the day itself. She ensured everything went according to plan and made sure the reception room looked absolutely stunning. This was really important to me. Due to timings I was unable to help with setting up the room myself so I had to put my trust in Sally that everything was just how I wanted it. I had nothing to worry about.

All of the staff did such an amazing job on the day, it was nothing but seamless from start to finish. I would highly recommend Harts as a venue

Viola Norton on Thu, 15th September, 2016