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Q. Is Hadley Park House licensed for civil ceremonies?
A. Our Telford wedding venue has a choice of rooms which are licensed for Civil partnerships, same-sex marriages, conversion ceremonies, vow renewals, blessings and naming ceremonies. We can host events up to 140 people.
Q. When should we contact the registrar to book a Civil Ceremony?
A. Once you have decided upon a date, you should contact the local registry office in Wellington (01952 382444).
Q. What is the cost to hold a Civil Ceremony at Hadley Park House?
A. We charge £500.00 to hold your ceremony here. There is also a separate charge made by the registrar.
Q. Can we have a reception at Hadley Park House if we get married in church?
A. Yes – with pleasure and we can offer a whole range of different menu options to choose from.
Q. What is the earliest time we can book a Civil Ceremony or Reception at Hadley Park House?
A. 12.00pm – although depending on availability, you are welcome to arrive earlier to get ready or have drinks. Take a look at the Timings on the Day page for ideas.
Q. What is the maximum number of guests for a Civil Ceremony?
A. 100 within our Conservatory and 175 within the Mulliner Suite.
Q. What is the Maximum number of guests for a Wedding Breakfast?
A. We can comfortably seat up to 85 within our Conservatory, and up to 140 in The Mulliner Suite.
Q: I’m only looking for a small intimate wedding venue, can you help?
A: As our award-winning West Midlands wedding venue dates back to Georgian times, we are lucky to have a couple of smaller lounges which are perfect for groups of around 14 guests.
Q. Will my reception be held in the same room all day?
A: Typically, our charming conservatory is used for daytime wedding breakfasts. This rooms is available until 6pm, when we ask guests to vacate and make their way to the Mulliner Suite to enjoy the evening reception.
Q. What is the maximum number of guests for an evening Reception?
A. We can accommodate up to 200 guests in The Mulliner Suite.
Q. Do you have a minimum number requirement for guests?
A. On Saturdays between April 1st& October 31st, and Friday & Saturdays throughout December we have a minimum number requirement. The requirement is to provide a sit down meal from our Banqueting menu for a minimum of 65 guests, followed by an evening buffet from our buffet selection for all guests.
Minimum numbers do not apply to Fridays (except in December) or Sundays, or to Saturdays outside of these dates. Minimum numbers will not be applied to our executive package.
All wedding receptions will be required to provide an evening buffet for their guests.
Q. Does Hadley Park House have a resident DJ?
A. We do have a recommended resident DJ who we can book on your behalf.
Q. Can we hire our own Band or DJ?
A. Yes we are happy if you wish to provide your own entertainment – we can also make recommendations too. We require a copy of their public liability insurance and electrical testing certificates.
Q. Can we supply our own drinks?
A. All drinks are provided on an in-house basis only and we do not allow corkage.
Q. Can we set up an account bar?
A. Yes, we are happy to make arrangements.
Q. What time does the Bar Close?
A. The bar will close at 12.30am to any guests that are not resident at the hotel.
Q. Is a Marquee allowed in the grounds?
A. Yes, please ask your wedding planner for further details.
Q. Are fireworks permitted at Hadley Park House?
A. Fireworks really make the evening, provided they are set off before 10.30pm and are supplied and supervised by a reputable pyrotechnics company. We can make recommendations if required.
Q. Is Overnight Accommodation available?
A. Yes, within our 22 ensuite bedrooms. We offer a favourable rate to all wedding guests and have special honeymoon suites available for the bride and groom.
Q. Is the Bridal Suite Complimentary?
A. Yes, if 11 or more of the bedrooms are booked.
Q. Is there parking available for the guests?
A. Yes, there is ample free onsite parking available
Q: Can you recommend who should be included in a wedding line-up?
A: The usual line-up waiting to greet the guests is as follows: the bride’s parents, followed by the bride & groom, then the bridegroom’s parents and lastly the bridesmaids and the best man.
This line-up ensures that both families have the opportunity to speak to all guests (but conversation should be kept to a polite minimum as the queue can become unwieldy).
Q. When should we make toasts and speeches?
A. Usually, these take place at the end of the meal and tend to be in the following order:
- The bride and bridegroom cut the cake.
- Toast to “The bride and bridegroom” (normally proposed by the bride’s father or a close relative or friend of the family).
- Toast to “The bridesmaids”. This is always proposed by the bridegroom following his response to the first toast.
- The best man would then respond to the bridegroom’s speech on behalf of the bridesmaids. He would also read the messages and cards to the guests.