Bridgerton Royal New Year’s Eve Ball
Haven’t we all wished to attend a real life Ball in our finest gown and beautiful venue at some point?
The idea of the theme dated back to May when the archway was full of wisteria. The gardeners trimmed and tamed the twisting beauty as it reached full bloom this spring. It wasn’t until a lovely afternoon when one of our beautiful bride & grooms arrived via Horse and Carriage thanks to The Ostler https://www.horseandcarriagehire.co.uk/nottinghamshire/. As the horses hoofs echo and the carriage comes around the fountain, passing the wisteria archway to come to a holt at the main entrance, it was a scene that we imagined would be just like the Bridgerton way.
Because of this very afternoon it is now front page gossip for you and the ton that Colwick Hall is hosting the event of the season for the New Year’s Eve Royal Ball. The 1776 Grand Ballroom with the classical pillars and hand painted ceiling is the perfect setting for all the Dukes and Duchesses to dance the night away. With the swish of the ballgown it’ll be a step back in time and the Hall hosts the history, the Ballroom is ready to be used again in its true form. Your invite awaits you-https://colwickhallhotel.com/new-years-eve/
Arrive around the turning circle in your carriages https://premierlimosltd.com/ welcomed by the Dragoon piper as you promenade to receive a sparkling prosecco arrival drink to cheers to the end of the year. For the main event you may need to remove your gloves to indulge in a delicious feast with the 3 course dinner finished with a cheeseboard. Your company will be waiting to ask you to dance and show off your twirls before the star of the show with the grand firework display.
The series Bridgerton was released on Christmas Day 2020 so what a perfect combination to celebrate this December after the 3rd year season. This ball would make the princesses jealous and there’s no need for a fairy godmother. Step out of the romance novel and create your own story as the home of Lord Byron, one of the most romantic poets, doesn’t need much imagination- Lady Lovelace invites you.