Have you struggled to find a wedding venue with character? Sometimes it can be hard to find somewhere which really reflects both of your personalities, and if you long for a unique or quirky venue for your wedding, the average hotel just might not cut it. When it comes to finding a venue which suits you both, maybe The Brewery could be the place you’ll fall in love with – it certainly has its own charming history and I suspect I’d feel right at home in there! Have a quick peek at the website – it’s awesome and when I saw it I knew I had to share it with you too!
Proposal: Unique weddings at The Brewery
The Brewery has launched a new brand, Proposal, for its wedding offering. Proposal reflects the unique history of the venue and how, along with its East London roots, it makes a beautiful location for contemporary weddings. A microsite for Proposal stems from The Brewery’s website and has launched to create a streamlined experience for brides and grooms.
To support this, The Brewery has also appointed Amélie Avian as the new wedding co-ordinator. Working with the experienced team at The Brewery, Amélie will support you from your initial enquiry through to your first dance. Each wedding package is tailored to your own specific requirements, budget and preferences to ensure your wedding is as packed full of personality as you want it to be!
Tom Gore, executive chef at The Brewery, will develop a bespoke menu and invite you to a private tasting experience, ensuring that the food served on your special day is perfect for you both. Tom is passionate about pushing the boundaries of what is expected and creates simple food that will wow guests, such as a prawn cocktail served alongside a Bloody Mary sorbet or skate tempura served with apple tapioca and crushed parsnip.
Formerly Whitbread Brewery, the venue has a distinct personality and this is reflected in their wedding offering. From the bride’s entrance through the 18th century cobbled courtyard, you can choose between six spaces for your wedding and reception. The Porter Tun, a large, striking room with an exposed King Post timber roof and an antique wooden floor, can accommodate 1000 guests. The King George III and the Queen Charlotte are both stunning rooms with exposed brickwork, barrel vaulted ceilings and royal connections, for up to 300 and 200 guests respectively. There are two split spaces at The Brewery; The Upper & Lower Sugar Rooms overlook the courtyard with floor to ceiling windows and combined provide space for 120 guests. The Smeaton Vaults, which used to store beer, are adjacent airy rooms accommodating 110 people. For intimate ceremonies, the charming James Wyatt can host up to 75 guests.
Amélie Avian, wedding co-ordinator at The Brewery, said: “Proposal is a truly different approach, and couples will have a unique and very personal experience. I look forward to helping create stunning ceremonies and receptions, and ensuring that weddings run smoothly and provide lasting memories for newlyweds and guests.”
Find out more at www.The-Proposal.co.uk