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Wednesday 16th April 2014  




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  1. Alicia Hotel - Wedding Venue Liverpool - Alicia Hotel - Merseyside
  2. Atlantic Tower - Wedding Venue Liverpool - Atlantic Tower - Merseyside
  3. Britannia Adelphi Hotel Liverpool - Hotels Wedding Reception Venues - Britannia Adelphi Hotel Liverpool - Merseyside
  4. Devonshire House - Wedding Venue Liverpool - Devonshire House - Merseyside
  5. Eccleston Park Golf Club - Wedding Venue Rainhill - Eccleston Park Golf Club - Merseyside
  6. Elude - Wedding Reception Venue - Elude - Merseyside
  7. Empire Theatre - Wedding Venue - Empire Theatre - Merseyside
  8. Everton Football Club - Wedding Venue - Everton Football Club - Merseyside
  9. Formby Hall Golf Club PLC - Wedding Venue - Formby Hall Golf Club PLC - Merseyside
  10. Grove House Hotel - Wedding Venue - Grove House Hotel - Merseyside
  11. Hillbark Hotel - Wedding Venue - Hillbark Hotel - Merseyside
  12. Hilton Liverpool Hotel - Wedding Venue - Hilton Liverpool Hotel - Merseyside
  13. Hollins Hey Hotel - Wedding Venue New Brighton - Hollins Hey Hotel - Merseyside
  14. Hulme Hall - Wedding Venue - Hulme Hall - Merseyside
  15. Huyton Suite - Wedding Venue Knowsley - Huyton Suite - Merseyside
  16. Knowsley Hall - Wedding Venue - Knowsley Hall - Merseyside
  17. Leasowe Castle Hotel - Wedding Venue - Leasowe Castle Hotel - Merseyside
  18. Liverpool FC - Wedding Venue Liverpool - Liverpool FC - Merseyside
  19. Liverpool Football Club - Wedding Venue - Liverpool Football Club - Merseyside
  20. Liverpool Marriott Hotel City Centre - Wedding Venue - Liverpool Marriott Hotel City Centre - Merseyside
  21. Liverpool Marriott Hotel South - Wedding Venue - Liverpool Marriott Hotel South - Merseyside
  22. Southport Theatre and Convention Centre - Wedding Venue Southport - Southport Theatre and Convention Centre - Merseyside
  23. Speke Hall - Wedding Venue - Speke Hall - Merseyside
  24. Suites Hotel Knowsley - Wedding Venue Prescot - Suites Hotel Knowsley - Merseyside
  25. The Bridge Inn Hotel - Wedding Venue - The Bridge Inn Hotel - Merseyside
  26. The Grange - Wedding Venue Thornton - The Grange - Merseyside
  27. The Grove House Hotel & Restaurant - Wedding Venue - The Grove House Hotel & Restaurant - Merseyside
  28. The Kings Gap - Wedding Venue Hoylake - The Kings Gap - Merseyside
  29. The Kings Gap Court Hotel - Wedding Venue Hoylake - The Kings Gap Court Hotel - Merseyside
  30. The Liner Hotel - Wedding Venue Liverpool - The Liner Hotel - Merseyside
  31. The Park Hotel - Wedding Venue Bootle - The Park Hotel - Merseyside
  32. The Register Office - Weddings - The Register Office - Merseyside
  33. The Register Office - Weddings - The Register Office - Merseyside
  34. The Riverhill Hotel - Wedding Venue Oxton - The Riverhill Hotel - Merseyside
  35. The Royal Clifton Hotel - Wedding Venue - The Royal Clifton Hotel - Merseyside
  36. The Saddle Cub - Wedding Venue - The Saddle Cub - Merseyside
  37. The Sir Thomas Hotel - Wedding Venue - The Sir Thomas Hotel - Merseyside
  38. The Village Hotel & Leisure Club - Wedding Venue Knowsley - The Village Hotel & Leisure Club - Merseyside
  39. The Vincent Hotel - Wedding Venue Southport - The Vincent Hotel - Merseyside
  40. Thistle Haydock - Wedding Venue - Thistle Haydock - Merseyside
  41. VILLAGE Hotel Wirral - Wedding Venue - VILLAGE Hotel Wirral - Merseyside


Wedding Trivia:
VEIL
Brightly colored veils were worn in ancient times in many parts of the world and were considered a protection against evil spirits Greek and Roman brides for yellow or red veils (representing fire) to ward off evil spirits and demons. At one time, Roman brides were completely covered with a red veil for protection. In early European history, with the advent of arranged marriages veils served another purpose - to prevent the groom from seeing the brides' face till after the ceremony was over. Brides began to wear opaque yellow veils. Not only could the groom not see in, the bride could not see out! Therefore, the father of the bride had to escort her down the aisle and literally give the bride to the groom. Nellie Custis, the daughter of Martha Washington, is credited with wearing the first lace veil.

 

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