When it comes to wedding looks, most people’s minds go straight to the bride. Her hair, flowers, shoes… the dress! But half of the wedding is about you too, the groom, and to ensure you look and feel your very best we have teamed up with the male grooming experts over at Harry's to bring you some 2018 trends for the groom.
If it turned out that your first wedding was just a dry run for the real thing, then we don’t need to tell you what it takes to plan a wedding, you already know that. And you’ve probably figured out what you’d do differently, and what you wouldn’t.
You shouldn’t need an excuse to gather the most important people in your world together, but we know how hectic life can get. So, here at Bruisyard Hall we’re giving you that excuse for a weekend of celebration with the ones you love...
Does the thought of spending years of your life planning a wedding make you feel tired? If so, we’ve got some good news for you… you don’t have to run away to Gretna Green to have a quick and easy wedding. In fact, with a little flexibility and creative thinking, you could bag yourself a beautiful venue like Bruisyard Hall, and lay on an event that’s as memorable as it is streamlined.
The Suffolk Show is all about celebrating everything that’s great about Suffolk, especially the county’s bounty of delicious seasonal produce. And this year our very own Head Chef will be in the Cookery Theatre demonstrating a delicious locally sourced dish and offering a few tips to boot!
More and more people are choosing to enjoy more than one day with friends and family in celebration of their wedding, with events that last several days becoming more and more commonplace. At Bruisyard Hall we’ve been doing this for years.Here are our tips...
Autumn - the season of change. Could it be the season you change from a Ms. to a Mrs? Want beautiful photo opportunities against a background of autumn foliage? Increased venue availability (not to mention more room to negotiate on costs)? A whole host of autumnal touches to make your wedding different, and more memorable, than the usual roster of summer weddings?
As head chef at Bruisyard Hall, Richard Grinyer-Power understands the perfect wedding reception needs great catering to add that final magic touch. From traditional British fare to introducing outside influences – his team have undertaken Turkish, Italian and Nigerian themed menus – he’s always on the lookout for a dining experience that offers something unique. Here he offers his insights on recent wedding catering trends that will make the big event something truly unique and personal.