Vintage Weddings

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The great thing about a vintage wedding is that while fashion trends come and go, classic glamour will never go out of style or favour in the wedding scene.

Vintage Weddings at The Midland

The Midland is a unique art deco hotel that can offer versatility, style, history and sophistication for your wedding celebration.



Adding a touch of vintage style to your wedding offers individuality and distinctiveness, two things which will always be desirable for a wedding day to remember.


The Midland's Vintage Heritage

The Midland is an iconic art deco hotel oozing seaside glamour, which has an illustrious history. Having first opened its doors in July 1933. Designed by Oliver Hill the hotel has a rich heritage. The Midland was once rumoured to be a favourite haunt of celebrities such as Coco Chanel, Laurence Olivier and Noel Coward.

Following its restoration and refurbishment The Midland has beautifully restored existing features, such as the grand cantilevered staircase and a number of artworks, as well as contemporary additions, such as the chandelier in the Rotunda Bar.


The Midland's Wedding Team

We have a dedicated wedding team who are passionate about everything vintage. Why not sip champagne whilst having Afternoon Tea overlooking the bay or base your wedding breakfast on The Midland’s opening menu in 1933. We love to do things different at The Midland and our experienced team have a wealth of knowledge and contacts to help you pull your theme together.


A Wedding to Remember


Adding touches from yesteryear to your wedding will give your guests something to remember. It will also give them the chance to find something vintage to don in preparation for your big day, a simple vintage brooch, a cravat, a retro pair of shoes!


Contact our Weddings Co-ordinator

If you would like further information regarding hosting yours wedding at The Midland then please contact The Midland wedding co-ordinator on:

01524 428 370

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