'Love is in the air' at Bawtry Hall
Love is literally ‘in the air’ of a thousand Balloons at Exclusive Use Wedding Venue Bawtry Hall, symbolising a thousand reasons to get married to your loved one this Valentine’s Day!
The team at Bawtry Hall are getting in the mood for the most romantic time – Valentine’s Day, by unveiling a giant heart shaped balloon made up of 1000 balloons attached to the stunning entrance gates of Bawtry Hall!
The idea came to the venue after discussions with Hannah Briggs, an employee of Bawtry Hall who has set up an event styling business - Bohemian Event Styling during lockdown – specialising in bespoke event Balloons.
Katey Dent Sales Manager at Bawtry Hall said “This past year has been really tough for everyone. Tough for us as a wedding venue and tough for our wedding couples who have had to keep changing their wedding plans. We wanted to spread some love during the lead up to Valentines, and something for people and smile at while driving into and out of Bawtry! Our stunning entrance gates are the perfect place to do this and symbolise unlocking the gates and keys to your heart!”
The giant heart shaped balloons are made up of 1000 balloons and have been constructed a few days before Valentines Day for people to see and enjoy.
Craig Dowie Managing Director commented “We wanted a good news story to put out there as everything has been so tough lately. We are hoping this will bring a little smile, and possibly some romance to people in the area! Valentines Day is one of the busiest times for us as people get engaged and start looking for their dream wedding venue.”
The team at Bawtry Hall have evolved and adapted the business through Lockdown and offer virtual zoom meetings and show rounds at both the hall, and sister venue The Crown Hotel Bawtry.