LOUISE & ANDREW'S | 14th CENTURY VENUE TOOK THEIR BREATH AWAY, A HOSPITIUM WEDDING IN YORK
Updated: Aug 2
It happened totally by chance and sometimes the best things do... Louise and Andrew heard the dreaded news that their original venue was cancelling all it's weddings earlier this year, after being taken on by new management. Yet, it worked out better than expected for this lovely couple, who later stumbled up on the Hospitium in York city Centre.
After they got the news, Louise started frantically calling around different venues nearby, so many of them were booked up already, so when The Hospituim told Louise they had their date free, she booked there and then. At this point neither Louise nor Andrew had seen to The Hopsitium before. After booking, they were invited to an open day, which they went along to. Louise told me, "As I walked through the door, it took my breath away! I was so glad our wedding would be here! The decorations and high ceilings were stunning!"
Because Louise and Andrew both attend a church, it made sense to them that they say their, "I dos" in a church too. Due to their actual church not having it's own building they decided on St Everildas, as they regularly walk past it when out and about with their dog. It's a stunning building, inside and out, plus it's next door to Tithe Barn Gardens where Andrew proposed to Louise.
Being their first gathering in over 18 months Andrew and Louise were pretty excited about their day to say the least. They'd had to plan for several different dates, so the fact that it was actually going ahead made it all the more spectacular and all the more enjoyable.
THE DAY ITSELF
Louise began the day being pampered with two of her nearest and dearest people, they leisurely got ready together here at The Grand hotel in York.