We’ve had so many memorable weddings at The Wild Boar – each one carefully designed to reflect the couple’s characters and personality, and to provide a day to remember for their closest friends and family. What better way to do that than through music – it is the food of love after all! Regular contributors to our wedding parties, The Seals tell us a little about themselves and why they are perfect for any wedding celebration.
Meet Mike Coates, part of The Wild Boar family and supplier of clay pigeon shooting for individuals, families and events. This has become a very popular wedding activity and a fun sport that can easily be incorporated into any of our Wild Boar weddings. Here, we ask Mike to tell us a little about his business and why couples are choosing to make shooting part of their wedding plans.
After the vows have been declared, a sumptuous meal enjoyed, nervous speeches delivered, it is time to party! DJ Gary Mills is a genius at getting folks onto the The Wild Boar dance floor for the evening and always seems to know just how to get that party started.
It is so exciting to see the The Wild Boar Inn transformed with flowers on the day of a wedding, each couple putting a unique stamp on their chosen wedding venue. Katie of Made in Flowers can often be seen at The Wild Boar laden with flowers that have had the benefit of her amazing design skills, and placing them to best effect to create the perfect finishing touch.
We love to share the stories of The Wild Boar’s Brides and Grooms. Nicky and Gareth’s wedding brought together so many elements to ensure that their day was truly unique, making the most of all that the Inn has to offer. Here they write poignantly about how they met and about their big day. Continue reading “Real Wedding: Nicky and Gareth’s Perfect Lake District Day”
Spring is nature’s way of waking up from sleepy hibernation, and don’t we all need to shake ourselves awake from cosy winter repose? Colour-bursts of new life in the Lake District and Lancashire showcase the vibrant hue of deep-pile carpets of bluebells, Wordsworth’s beloved sun-glow daffodils and fresh green of woodlands putting on their new clothes.