When looking at Louth wedding venues, most people automatically think of holding their wedding at Kenwick Park Hotel. However, for those couples who are looking for something a little different, there is another beautiful Louth wedding venue. One that may have not been on your radar. It definitely was on Samantha & George’s though.
Louth Town Hall is an amazing venue to hold your wedding in, especially for those couples who are looking for a venue to put their own stamp on. The building has a beautiful interior, full of ornate details and pastel tones. The couple added to this by creating a wall of paper cranes along with some vintage bicycles. These hand made details made the venue personal and gave them the alternative wedding they were looking for.
The day began at Kenwick Park’s lodges, where Samantha and her bridesmaids stayed the night before the wedding. A beautiful summer day meant that everyone could enjoy the indoor and outdoor space the lodges offer.
Everyone was relaxed as the vintage VW camper arrived to transport Samantha to the Town Hall. George had met with his mates for a quick nerve settling pint before heading to the venue. However, when I arrived, there were still nerves in the air.
The ceremony took place at Louth Town Hall. The aisle was lined with Silver Birch trees that the grooms father had grown especially for the day. Rings were held by the couple’s son, who played his part to perfection. The ceremony readings included a poem by John Cooper Clarke, read by George’s father.
After the ceremony, the couple relaxed with friends and family before kicking into dancing mode in the evening. The most touching part of the day came during the speeches when George presented his best men and his father an artwork he has painted especially for them to mark the occasion. The love shown by each of them upon seeing their painting was beautiful.
This was followed by the disco, where friends and family, young and old, brought their best moves to the dance floor (some having more success with this than others). As the party continued, I slipped into the night, knowing that this hidden gem of a wedding venue had seen one hell of a wedding.