Your Wedding Planner
Meet our dedicated Wedding Co-ordinator, Eve Hatton
Planning a wedding can be stressful, but when you book your wedding at Eastwood Park, our Wedding Team are on hand to support you every step of the way.
Earlier this year, we welcomed Eve Hatton to Eastwood Park as our Wedding Co-ordinator. A passionate Events Management graduate with a love for weddings, she is certain to make the whole process completely seamless and enjoyable! From your initial enquiry, until after the day itself, Eve and the team at Eastwood Park will take care of your every need. Your wedding will be one to remember.
With her vast experience, Eve offers some crucial advice to anyone planning their wedding;
"I would advise that couples start working on their table plan as soon as possible, as the time this takes is often underestimated! It is one of the most important tasks you should start with. The number of guests can often exceed what you expect and can seriously affect your venue choice. An important point to consider also, is that a table plan enables you to organise each seat, especially important for children's meals and those with dietary requirements or allergies, enabling you to keep track of your nearest and dearests' needs."
We are lucky to have Eve in the team. She is an experienced event professional, having worked in the industry since 2014 and with a first-class degree in Events Management from Sheffield Hallam University. In her third year, Eve spent a year in business, working as an Events and Engagement Intern for The National Trust. Following this, she spent time in the US and Kent, continuing to expand her knowledge in event co-ordination and hospitality, all well-suited to our Wedding Co-ordinator role!
To enquire about holding your special day with us at Eastwood Park, you can get in touch with Eve directly at; firstname.lastname@example.org, where she will be happy to answer any questions you may have. She loves showing couples around the exclusive-use venue, showing off our charming building and rolling countryside, key for those important wedding shots.