Walton Church and the Raquet Club Hotel Liverpool
Nice wedding today at a local church to us Walton Church.Then it was onto a great wedding venue that’s one of our favourites the Racquet club.
So lets start at the beginning, and thats when Sue and Ste the bride and groom contacted Barringtons wedding cars Liverpool. They did this 18 months before the wedding and arranged a viewing OUR CARS. Now if you’re booking a wedding on a saturday during the season that’s a sensible thing to do.Booking early helps you find the right wedding supplier to be a part of your wedding day. Once they viewed our cars and booked its a waiting game for me. But there will still be a lot for the bride and groom to do before i get involved again.
The next meeting was to discus and confirm the details and nothing had changed. So on the day the itinerary for the couples wedding day started by picking the groom and his ushers up. This was from the DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel and Spa Liverpool. Its a grade II-listed building with the entrance on Sir Thomas St Liverpool but with an extra entrance on Dale St.
Lets get the bride to the church on time
After taking the grooms party to St Mary the virgin. Also known locally as Walton church or Walton on the hill. We only had a short journey to the Brides party. When we got to Sue’s house we had the normal wait will the bride and bridesmaids had the finishing touches by the wedding make up artist. As we know in the wedding car game that no bride leaves the house till she’s 100% happy. Even if that does mean she’ll be late, but she wasn’t in this case.
So the Bride, Bridesmaids and the mother of the bride made the short journey to the church. Then it’s all about waiting. The wedding service lasted around the usual 40/45 minutes. We then heard the bells ringing at the church and the wedding guests started to come out the main door. About 10 mins later the newly married couple came out the front door of the church to a massive cheer. It was then that the wedding photographer set up the confetti shot. Some group wedding photos and more of the main bridal party and then we are ready to load up the wedding transport.
I would say 70-80% of our wedding end up in a wedding venue in Liverpool. Sue and Ste chose one of our favourites and thats the lovely Raquet club hotel . It’s a small family run hotel and restaurant situated in the busy heart of Liverpool,located on Chapel St. Wedding car etiquette was fully embraced in that the bride and groom got into of of our main bridal cars the 1920s Imperial Viscount Landaulette. With the bridesmaids and parents in our 7 passenger Daimler ds420 Limousine with a wedding bus for guests, Barringtons – Wedding cars for hire in Liverpool.
The Racquet Club in Liverpool city centre is a popular choice for weddings due to its central location, stylish and modern facilities in a historic building, and range of event spaces.