Although their wedding season is in full swing, there is still the opportunity to have a summer 2019 wedding at the Worthing Dome. They’re offering an irresistible package with their remaining dates. Head over to the website to find out more. worthingdomeevents.co.uk/2019-summer-wedding-packages/
To get a taste of the vibe at the Worthing Dome, we’ve featured three unique and diverse weddings from last summer.
Katie & Phil
Inspired by their frequent trips, Katie and Phil’s wedding featured the best of classical Italy. Attired traditionally, the groom wore a morning suit and the bride a romantic floor length gown with veil. The ceremony and reception in the Main Lounge were styled with ivy and lemons, their table plan resembled a vineyard boutique and the couple gifted small bottles of olive oil as wedding favours. Working with Katie and Phil, the catering team at The Dome created a unique Mediterranean-inspired wedding breakfast, details of which can be found here.
Katie & Raj
Knowing instinctively how they wanted their wedding, Katie and Raj transformed the Worthing Dome with Art Deco styling. Starting with an intimate ceremony in the Whispering Gallery and continuing their reception in the Main Lounge, the couple tastefully incorporated their theme throughout using geometric signage and vintage props. Katie wore an elegant laced gown and Raj dressed in a dinner jacket with white shoes.
Jenny & Peter
Choosing to have a church wedding, Jenny & Peter’s summer reception started with drinks on the balcony overlooking the sea. Their floral arrangements were striking yellow sunflowers and they strung beautiful handmade bunting throughout the Main Lounge which complimented the Edwardian features. Their fun table centrepieces featured images of the couple at the age of the corresponding table number. The whole day had a relaxed and delicate vibe, perfect for the sunny day.