Stables Country Club Wedding

Stables Country Club Wedding

Stables Country Club Wedding with Spiderman & a Disney princess

Colette & Guy had planned their wedding ceremony at their local church, Our Lady of Dolours in Salford, with the wedding reception to be held at Stables Country Club. With 90+ adults guests and 24 children, the couple had arranged entertainment for part of the wedding day. Spiderman (who the couples son loved!) and a Disney princess would keep the kids entertained with games for some time during the wedding reception.

bride and groom portrait at Stables Country Club Wedding by Karen Julia Photography

Bride Colette arrives at Our Lady of Dolours church in Salford in a white taxi & below, the bride walking down the aisle with her Dad.

Colette & Guy exchange rings whilst the flower girls, page boy, bridesmaid and best man look on.

Colette & Guy stop at the entrance of Our Lady of Dolours church for a quick photo with their two children.

Stables Country Club Wedding Reception

Colette & Guy had chosen Stables Country Club for their drinks receptions, wedding breakfast and evening reception.

Bride & Groom had chosen a lilac colour theme, so the wedding breakfast room was decorated with lilac chair ties, and lilac and purple decorations.

There are great views at the back of the venue, so we got a couple of portraits of Guy & Colette, then later in the day headed down towards to trees at the front of the wedding venue for a little variety with the couple portraits.

Spiderman & Disney Princess Wedding Entertainment

Whilst the adults enjoyed the starter course, the kids were entertained with a range of games organised by Spiderman & a Disney princess. Pass the parcel was really popular.

Bride Colette had a beautiful brooch bouquet with lilac and purple accents. It was the perfect match for the colour theme of the wedding day.

Evening Reception

Colette & Guy had chosen purple lighting for their evening reception to match the colour theme of the day.

The couple’s guests join them on the dance-floor after the first dance.