Gloucestershire and Warwickshire Railway – Get Married
The Railway Station, Toddington, Gloucestershire, GL54 5DT
A day on the railway such as the GWR offers value for money and an insight into a gentler age of train travel. This re-creation of a bygone era is dynamic, active and exciting.
Be a part of history. Celebrate your wedding, civil partnership or renewal of vows with a ceremony designed and written just for you, and conducted upon the historic Gloucestershire Warwickshire Steam Railway.
A unique opportunity to make promises to the one you love, Promises which will last a lifetime whilst travelling on an iconic steam train.
The bride, or couple, can make a spectacular entry in this stunning setting. A formal give away, whilst breath-taking scenery passes by, and the unmistakable sound of the steam engine. Exchange rings and promises, have readings…..You tell us your dream and we will help make it a reality.
We help create a memory especially for you, bringing all the romance of steam to your big day. You can share your celebration with family and friends, or just a personal ceremony just for you.
You can capture the elegance and charm of the steam engine by travelling through the stunning Cotswold Countryside whilst declaring your love for each other. Steam enthusiasts and romantics alike will appreciate this truly unique experience.
So whether you would like the whole ceremony on the train or would like to take a journey to remember for you and your guests on the day contact us to discuss your plans.
Prestigious Cotswold Wedding Planner Jane Riddell (www.plannedforperfection.co.uk) is working with the Gloucestershire Warwickshire Steam Railway and Cotswold Ceremonies to offer Bride and Grooms, Partners or Couples a romantic adventure on their special day.
Wedding Celebrations on The Gloucestershire & Warwickshire Steam Railway are Planned for Perfection.
Contact Jane Riddell on 07917273180 / 01452 302797 to arrange a meeting with GWSR
(Wedding and civil partnership celebrations can only take place following a statutory ceremony. Please contact Jane Riddell for full information)