Wedding at Rockliffe Hall | Charlotte & Ross

Imagine the scene for this wedding at Rockliffe Hall:

On their wedding day, some men choose to serenade their bride with a love song. Indeed there are many to choose from. However, I don’t think many men would serenade their bride with a song from the 90s boy band ‘Busted’. However, Ross isn’t like any other groom I know. Despite his obvious lack of musical taste (don’t even get me started on his bad taste in films too), he is the kind of guy that everyone should have as a friend. In fact the two of them are people who you want to go up to and hug on a regular basis – just make sure to say high first as it gets a little weird otherwise.

We were put in touch with Charlotte and Ross by Chris and Anii from Bloom Weddings who were super-awesome on the day and who we look forward to seeing again sometime. It really makes a difference when lovely people are involved in the day and Chris and Anii are certainly that. One thing we absolutely have to mention is that the song used on these highlights is one performed by Ross’ brother Callum. Hope there is some label viewing this as the man deserves a contract! Oh, and if anyone asks where did Charlotte get her lovely bridesmaids dresses from, they were made by her very talented mum. In fact, talent runs amok in the family as the cake was made by Charlotte as well! Dedication to the day!

We will shortly add some more info to this post but in the meantime, here are Charlotte and Ross’ highlights.


Marriage: St. Peter’s church, Croft on Tees, North Yorkshire
Reception: Rockliffe Hall, Rockliffe Hall Hotel, Hurworth on Tees, Darlington, County Durham

Here are some more suppliers who helped make the day great:
Dress: ‘Natasha’ by Anoushka G from Ava Rose Hamilton
Hair: EK1 Hairdressers
Flowers: Hart Company
Band: The White Keys

  • Meggan - June 6, 2013 - 7:21 am

    What a lovely looking wedding and video :o) I have actually been looking for your exact dress Charlotte, I don’t suppose you have ever considered selling yours?!

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