I first discovered Norton Park Hotel when Jasmin and Matt booked me to take their wedding photographs in September this year. Living in the Hampshire area for over two years now, it’s always great to discover amazing new venues. I loved the venue so much I wanted to get to know the wedding co-ordinator. So this afternoon I met up with Leanne at Norton Park Hotel.
Norton Park’s wedding venue is really quite unique. Whether you are looking for a small intimate wedding or a larger wedding, Norton Park has something to offer all brides. The Manor House is the perfect location for bride getting photographs and of course an amazing venue for small intimate small ceremonies. The Hampshire Barn is a beautiful 400-year-old Tythe Barn and perfect for as a wedding ceremony and wedding breakfast. The Norton Suite gives brides a totally different style of venue for larger wedding celebrations or a stunning venue for the evening reception. With some amazing bedrooms there is plenty of room for guests to stay over after a truly magical wedding day.
It was an absolute pleasure to meet Leanne and I can clearly see she loves her job. Leanne has been the wedding co-ordinator at Norton Park for over a year now. With organizing 25 weddings this year and 30 booked for next year, she certainly does have a busy role to play in making a couples day very special. I asked Leanne which were some of her favourites weddings and she told me about a recent Willy Wonka themed wedding; it did help that she is great lover of chocolate. Both Leanne and I agreed there have been quite a few of Cadbury chocolate purple weddings this year so we wonder what the trend in colour themes will be for next year.
I’m looking forward to exhibiting at the Norton Park Hotel at their wedding fayre in February and will be great to meet lots of bride and grooms who plan to have their wedding at Norton Park.