New Look Weddings at the Roker Hotel in Sunderland

At the end of last year we were asked to style the Roker Hotel in Sunderland for a very special photo shoot celebrating the new look for the hotel and the opening of Let There Be Crumbs for their 2015 wedding brochure!

You will see from these amazing images by Scott Spock Photography that the hotel has undergone quite a transformation and is still being improved with more changes to the newly-named Six Soldiers Suite and the hotel bar. Why not have a ceremony on the beach and celebrate with cocktails in one of the chic and boutique spaces – before heading to a beautifully styled reception room to dance the night away?




We provided the aisle chair flowers for a simple and romantic ceremony on Roker Beach and then an eclectic mix of hessian, rustic vases and vintage books for the very fabulous Let There Be Crumbs tea room – also available for private hire for functions…



For the glamorous reception in the Six Soldiers Suite a neutral palette of ivory and silver complemented the room’s new decor. We used ivory taffeta chair sashes for the chiavari chairs and our mix of mercury vases and candle holders with white hydrangea blooms…




How amazing do the models look? The dresses were provided by First Glance in Sunderland and the suit by Greenwoods. Make-up by Donna Ganley. The MR & MRS illuminated letters are by Party Pics.


The intimate Dobson Lounge was set for a ceremony with the chiavari chairs and pretty lace sashes, with love-heart light by Party Pics.




A quick switch to our silver candelabra and the venue is ready for an evening party or corporate function…




For more information about how we can style weddings at the Roker Hotel just get in touch!

You can contact the Roker Hotel team here 

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