Auckland Castle Luxury Wedding Open Day

By January 23, 2014 Unveiled Events, Venues
Auckland Castle Wedding Fayre

Unveiled is proud to be working with Auckland Castle, a former Bishop’s palace that houses the largest private chapel in Europe, to bring you their 2014 Luxury Wedding Open Day.

Planning the wedding of your dreams starts with choosing the perfect venue.  As a place of tranquillity and beauty, Auckland Castle offers a magnificent setting for any wedding.  Built in the 1190’s, the castle is steeped in history and surrounded by 200 acres of natural parkland.  Set above the River Wear and with spectacular panoramic views across to expansive countryside, the park contains a breath taking Grade 1 listed deer house as well as secluded woodland rises and stunning vistas, simply perfect for creating a stunning backdrop to your special day.

Event Details:

Venue: Auckland Castle
Address: Bishop Auckland Marketplace, Co. Durham, DL14 7NR
Date: Sunday, March 9th, 2014
Time: 11am – 3pm

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Lartington Hall Luxury Wedding Showcase

By January 12, 2014 Unveiled Events, Venues
Lartington Hall

Join us for an exclusive look at one of the most in-demand venues in the North East of England.

Lartington Hall was recently restored to it’s former glory and is now available as an exclusive hire wedding venue. The Unveiled team will be hosting the event on March 16th, 2014. Pre-booking is essential using the form below.

Event Details:

Venue: Lartington Hall
Lartington Hall Address: Lartington Lane, Lartington, Nr. Barnard Castle, DL12 9BW
Date: Sunday, March 16th, 2014
Time: 11am – 3pm

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The Vermont Hotel – Where Good Enough Is Not Good Enough!

By November 26, 2013 Venues
Vermont Hotel, Newcastle

“An independently owned Manhattan style 1930’s tower with traditional and contemporary, plush interiors.”

As part of a regular ‘Venue Showcase‘ feature we intend to run on UnveiledMagazine.co.uk, I would like to introduce you to the Vermont Hotel in Newcastle City Centre.

During the Summer months of 2013, once the Unveiled team and I had decided to launch a new luxury wedding magazine for the North East, I had the difficult task of finding a suitable venue for our main feature shoot. I had already visited a number of venues in the Newcastle area and had an enviable shortlist of locations we could shoot at. Then I met with Tanya Hedley, the Meetings & Events manager at the Vermont. The second I stepped out onto the hotel rooftop I knew this had to be our shoot location!

This really is a venue you have to see to believe. I’ve yet to see an image of the Rooftop Suite that does it justice! If you’re currently on the look out for a North East wedding venue, I suggest you give Tanya a call and arrange a viewing immediately!

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Shabby Chic with a Touch of Sparkle! Jayne & Stuart’s Real Wedding in County Durham

By November 25, 2013 Real Weddings
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Jayne & Stuart

Saturday 3rd August 2013
St. Andrews church and The Manor House, West Auckland

To celebrate the launch of the brand new Unveiled Blog, we have lined up some of the best real weddings from the last issue, along with a few brand new features. Our first real wedding was shot by the talented duo at GASP Photography, Jade & Nicky.

If you’re planning something a little bit different or quirky for your big day, read on, as Jayne & Stuart had it all! From a vintage ice-cream van to knights in (almost) shining armour…

GASP Photography - The Rings

THE PROPOSAL

We met on our first day in halls of residence at Sheffield Hallam University. After cleaning the kitchen, I was horrified to find a freshly hungover newcomer sat with no shoes on the kitchen counter. Instead of the usual welcome, I was less than friendly in telling him to remove thus feet from the clean counter. Little did I know, these would be the feet that eventually I would grow to love.

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After 8 years together Stuart proposed in bed after watching a muppets Christmas carol. No kneeling was involved, however he used his finger to write the proposal on my back! After several frustrated guesses, Stuart eventually pulled the perfect ring from under his pillow. I couldn’t believe he had picked it out himself, it was dainty and delicate and more than I could have hope for. Before I accepted, I made sure that he had asked my dad’s permission and unknown to me, he had asked the previous night.

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