Gisborough Hall dates back to the mid-nineteenth century and was the former home of the Chaloner family. Gisborough Hall is now one of Yorkshire’s finest country hotels and it exudes countryside charm whilst combining modern comforts with traditional features.
As you walked through the various stalls, you were greeted by the beautiful sound of Opus Four, a string quartet. They actually made me feel all emotional as I stood listening to them when they started up with Pachelbel’s, Canon in D. You can hire Opus Four for any part of your day, so you could have them playing for your ceremony or through your wedding breakfast or even both! Opus Four would definitely be a beautiful addition to any wedding.
Unlike other wedding fayres that I have been to which have been mainly Bride focused, Gisborough Hall also offered something for the Groom, in terms of suit rental. On hand to offer their advice and showcase what they had to offer were Psyche Tailoring and also 1860 of Greenwoods, both offering a variety of suits and competitive prices.
Jan Faulkner offered a stunning flower displays for centre pieces, bouquets and button holes, ranging from traditional to modern and small to tall. Jan also hires out her range of accessories such as candelabras, fish bowls and martini glasses.
Highly rated makeup artist, Tallie Crawford, was also at the wedding fayre offering free demonstrations for Brides-to-be. Tallie offers a personalised service and is Dior trained. Tallie has worked alongside Kate Fearnley on photo shoots as a makeup artist and also as a model.
Elizabeth George from Middlesbrough had a selection of their dresses on show, along with Truly Beautiful from Guisborough. The Dressing Room from Yarm were showcasing their Mother of the Bride outfits, along with a range of fascinators.
Here are a few other stalls that were at the fayre: