Lazaat in Cottingham is equipped with three suites which can cater for three weddings on one day. There's the self-contained Pavilion for the largest of weddings; the Imani restaurant; and the combined Monsoon and Saffron suites.
Angie & David, 14th April 2018 - Monsoon
Angie & Dave chose a very stylish navy colour scheme for their big day. We really enjoyed doing this one and we think that the satin and starlight looks really sleek and crisp. We provided chair dressing with covers and sashes; plus our complete starlight backdrop and table skirting set. The bride finished her aisle with a few contrasting yellow rose petals.
Simon & Nicole, 25th September 2017 - Imani Restaurant
Simon & Nicole opted for a gentle lilac colour scheme for their wedding, and let the starlight do the talking. The overall finish was soft and subtle but the colour of our taffeta sashes and the floral accents in the centrepieces held their own.
Jeanette & Garth, 19th August 2017 - Monsoon
Claire & Ryan, 19th August 2017 - Pavilion
We provided table runners and tree slices for Claire & Ryan's rustic wedding.
Sophie & Danny, 10th September 2016 - Monsoon
Our starlight set added the wow factor to Sophie & Danny's wedding. This job was an interesting one as our bride accidentally booked us for the wrong date. With just a week to go until the wedding we were able to tweak our schedule to fit in the extra work alongside three other weddings already booked for the same day. We were so pleased to be able to come through for our bride and groom.
Kerry & Nick, 7th August 2016 - Monsoon
Pretty in pink, this wedding was great fun. We provided the couple's table plan which took pride of place on our white, wooden easel. Our starlight backdrop and table skirts set off the reception suite and our white runner and pink petal art provided the perfect romantic touch for the ceremony. Colour-coordinated Belgian chocolates added a pop of colour (and a scrummy treat!) to each place setting.
Claire & Adam, 22nd April 2016 - Pavilion (pre-refurbishment)
Our bride for this wedding was looking came to us with an interesting theme in mind. As the couple were due to marry abroad she wanted to work a subtle travel theme into the dressing for the day, while still keeping a vintage/shabby chic theme overall. When we heard that floral suitcases were the idea for the centrepieces we sourced our gorgeous floral sashes to compliment them. The bride's own shells and our hessian table runners gave a sense of the beach, and alternate lace sashes lent some softness.
Charlotte & Stuart, 27th June 2015 - Monsoon
Our starlight curtain lifted the decor and provided the perfect backdrop for the wedding breakfast. Our white carpet with gentle scattering of rose petals accentuated the aisle.
Bianca & Michael, 1st March 2015 - Monsoon
The soft peach theme of this wedding was a lovely colour to work with. As well as our starlight set we provided centrepieces, peach favours, and peach petals.