Describe the best wedding that happened at Rushpool Hall?
Personally my best wedding I have had the pleasure of hosting was back in summer last year. There were around 110 guests attending and every guest there was from a different country or part of the world. From Dubai, Hawaii, Thailand, Australia, America, Spain… you name it there was a guest at that wedding from there. The groom was a surfer who went travelling which is how he met his now wife. The atmosphere was amazing and the day was full of laughter and enjoyment. Nothing like a wedding I have seen or hosted before, so laidback. They danced the night away to all types of music! It was so fascinating and fun.
What is your No. 1 wedding planning tip for couples?
Remember, it's about you and your partner. As long as there is love...all the rest will fall in place!
What’s your favourite personal touch you’ve seen at a wedding?
My favourite personal touch I have seen at a wedding was where a bride had sadly lost her Dad a few years back to cancer. She had her bouquet specially made with a photo of her dad pinned in, so it was just like her dad was still walking with her down the aisle.
Describe Rushpool Hall in 5 adjectives
Scenic, Romantic, Classic, Fairy-tale, Dreamy
Where’s the best photo spot at Rushpool Hall?
We have so many but Temples always captures the most amazing wedding photos, no matter what the season!
Have you had any celebrity guest or wedding at Rushpool Hall?
Yes we have, but we respect the privacy of our couples.
What’s your favourite canapé?
Mini cottage pies
What’s your favourite midnight treat?
What is Rushpool Hall most unique feature?
I believe Rushpool Hall's most unique feature is the turret. We actually have children visit us who truly believe they are in a princess castle and I understand why. The way Rushpool Hall is built is just truly beautiful.
What part of your business are you most proud of?
We are incredibly proud of the Rushpool Hall team. Especially the waiting staff, we would never be able to do what we do on the wedding day without them.