Making an Entrance at Your Lake District Wedding

Category: Broadoaks News Wedding Tips Date: 12th February 2019

There is something very special about making an entrance to your wedding. Whether you are the one at the end of the aisle waiting, the one they are all waiting for or if you decide to walk down together. The entrance is something you, your spouse to be, and all your guests will enjoy, so why not ensure it is a memorable entrance!

Making an Entrance

On your wedding day you often get to make more than one entrance, one to the ceremony, then to the wedding breakfast as a married couple and then often one to the party afterwards so you have plenty of opportunities to put some of these making an entrance ideas to the test on your wedding day!

Setting the Scene

Perhaps you have always wanted to walk down an aisle on rose petals, or enter under a archway of greenery, however you want to enter you can decorate the entrance to your wedding ceremony any way you choose.

Lighting the Way

If you are looking for a bright entrance to your evening event then consider having guests line your route with candles or even sparklers, this lets the newly married couple shine even brighter on their big day. At Broadoaks you can also customise the outside of the venue in your own colours making the perfect backdrop for the evenings activities.

Land in Style

One of the most dramatic ways to make an entrance at your Lake District Wedding is to fly into your ceremony! OK- -not literally but in a Helicopter, nothing says wow like the Bridal party enjoying a scenic tour of the beautiful Lake District before landing right outside their country hotel in time to make their vows. Fortunately, Broadoaks has the space needed to land a helicopter so for a truly stunning entrance talk to the wedding team to create an unforgettable entrance.

My Best Friend’s Wedding

For some the thought of getting married without their four legged best friends is unthinkable. From being the ring bearer to just sitting as an honoured guest with friends and family, dogs are being include in the wedding ceremony more and more and we can absolutely understand why! For an entrance with a difference consider having your dog walk you down the aisle!

Other Entrance Ideas

Other ideas include confetti machines, flash mobs, trumpet fanfares, choir or a super car! There are so many ways to make an entrance from the elegant and refined to the loud and exciting, you should choose the exact entrance that is right for you.

Lake District Wedding

Broadoaks as a Country House Lake District wedding venue can accommodate small and simple weddings and weddings to accommodate 100 seated for a wedding breakfast and up to 130 for an evening function. The flexible, beautiful rooms on offer mean that there are a good many ways for a bride (or groom) to make an entrance. With its fabulous grounds, able to land a helicopter, and attentive staff your wedding will be exactly how you imagined it and more.

Talk to us today about how we can get your wedding planning started, you can also download our wedding brochure here.