The Perfect Wedding Venue – Moorpark House

Perfect Wedding Vanue

Your wedding is one of the most important days of your entire life and every little detail is important and must be executed down to a tee. Therefore the venue of the wedding must take centre stage, I can’t think of any more prestige and elegant then Moorpark House.

Moorpark House is regarded as the perfect wedding venue in Scotland, located in the beautiful countryside of Kilbirnie.This newly refurbished stately home is one of the most easily accessible wedding venues in Scotland, being situated between Glasgow International and Glasgow Prestwick Airports.

This wedding venue is a real piece of art glowing in historical heritage and every minute you spend in this luxurious building will live long in the memory. Your wedding will have an elegant feel to it with the people who attended the only ones who can put a finger on what they just witnessed.

Moorpark House is very versatile it can cater for any type of wedding, be it lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender. All the staff at the venue strongly believe that no matter sexual orientation you are, deserve to celebrate their love for each other and should have the same wedding day as straight couples. The whole staff team from the venue manager to the caterer will make everyone feel welcome and will ensure that everyone involved will cherish the day for the rest of their lives.

You can dress up the wedding as much as you want with any style that suits your need, Moorpark House will make it their mission to help you achieve the dream that you set of to accomplish as soon as you said yes to that big question.  The Hall owners will help you get in touch with professional florists who provide for every wedding venue in Scotland.

One of the most important aspects of the wedding day is the catering and Moorpark house come out trumps in this department also with their skilled chefs capable of cooking up dishes that will make many mouths water of the prospect of eating their delicious food. The Chefs can cater for every need and food allergy there is, so you can be rest assured that the food is succulent and also okay for everyone to take a nibble.

Book this perfect wedding venue today and have the wedding day of your dreams and the envy of others.

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Processional

The processional is the very beginning of the wedding service and it includes the presentation of the marriage party and then the bride. During the processional, generally set to music, the marriage gathering walks down the aisle and is followed by the spouse. The general protocol for the processional permits first for the seating of the guests, then bridesmaids walk down the aisle joined by the groomsmen. Once all of the guests are in the room, the bride and either her father or brother will walk side by side down the aisle to the front to meet with her soon to be husband or wife.

Statement of Intention

As the name infers, the announcement of expectation basically tells all who go to the wedding that the bride and groom desire to be married out of their own free will. The minister or wedding official additionally may set aside this opportunity to talk about the dedication and obligation that is expected after going into the obligation of the marriage.

Trade of Wedding Vows

The wedding vows are the emotionally binding part of the wedding service. This is the part in which you will make guarantees to your life partner about the life you’ll have together. You can choose either to utilize normal wedding vows that you can discover online or get from your officiant or you can make individual wedding pledges utilizing a wedding vow book or simply making your own.

Exchange of Wedding Rings

After the wedding vows have been exchanged, the ring bearer will approach the alter and present the rings. Each one in turn, the bride and groom each take a ring and places it on the other’s finger. As the wedding band is slipped onto the ring finger, words are said to concrete the union.

Pronouncement of Marriage

After the rings, the pastor or wedding official formally proclaims that the bride and groom are legally married. Normally a couple of words are included about holiness of marriage and to survey again that you have agreed to spend your life together through sickness and in health and have fixed your dedication with wedding pledges and the trading of wedding bands. This is additionally where the pastor or officiant ordinarily says “You may now kiss the bride.”