Liverpool couple Sharon and Kevin met at a local pub called the Baby Croc, with Kevin proposing a few years later. The couple planned a fantastic Titanic Hotel Wedding on Liverpool’s Stanley Dock.

They chose this Liverpool wedding venue because they loved the old warehouse vibe and that the venue had a separate entrance for guests which made the wedding feel more exclusive.

Here is their story…


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This Liverpool wedding day began with Sharon and the girls getting ready in the magnificent bridal suite at the Titanic Hotel, the hotel offers some of the largest guest rooms for any hotel I’ve visited, all rooms here are all full of character, charm and offer dockside views.

Sharon tamed her wedding day nerves by keeping busy in the morning and having all 5 of her flower girls with her in the lead-up. Kevin greeted guests and mingled with his best man, ushers and close family members at the Titanic’s Rum Warehouse bar.

The wedding ceremony took place in West Bay, which is an exclusive wedding venue within the Titanic Hotel and features famous replica steps from the historic ship.

Sharon and Kevin laughed their way through the wedding ceremony saying “I Do” in front of 79-day guests. They later had a whopping 250 guests for the evening party.

The couple wanted their Titanic Hotel wedding photography to be very natural and relaxed as they wanted their wedding celebrations to be fun and the dance floor packed from start to finish. They had a casino, a wedding band and hired Ellie Sax for after their first dance which got everyone going.


Sharon looked amazing in a Morilee designer wedding gown. She had been looking for the perfect dress for her Titanic Hotel wedding for weeks but knew this was the one as soon as she tried it on. It was lace front and open covered back with a small trail.

Sharon loves roses so her outfit was finished with a fresh lemon rose bridal bouquet, which also complimented the flower girls dresses.

The bridesmaid dresses where all bespoke, made by Natalie Ann brides of Liverpool and all the guys including Groom wore matching Peter Posh 3-piece suits, again supplied by Natalie Ann brides.

Walking up the alter, linking her Dad and seeing Kevin turn around was a highlight of the day for Sharon. The announcement you are Mr & Mrs Brooks as they walked in the room to start their Titanic Hotel wedding breakfast, and all their family and friends cheering them on are special memories will live with the both of them forever!


If you choose to get married at this exclusive Liverpool dockside warehouse wedding venue, you’ll be able to have a memorable and wonderful experience. Before your wedding rolls around, you’ll have the option of pampering yourself at Maya Blue Wellness Spa which is situated in the reclaimed basement area of the Titanic Hotel.

Before your Titanic Hotel wedding day, you can hold your rehearsal dinner at Stanley’s Bar & Grill or dine out in the hotel restaurant. The rum warehouse bar offers the perfect for place guests to mingle and socialise each side of the wedding day.

The Titanic Hotel is a magnificently renovated warehouse from the 1950s. If you’re looking for a spacious and luxurious wedding venue in Liverpool then the Titanic Hotel is a wonderful choice for your celebrations.

Getting married at the Titanic Hotel you’ll have the option of having your ceremony in a venue that looks out at Stanley Dock. You can also hold your ceremony on the gorgeous Titanic Staircase. The warehouse itself is a canvas that can be decorated in a number of ways. If you choose to have a Titanic Hotel wedding you’ll have the option of creating the wedding of your dreams.


“Choosing the right photographer for our  Titanic Hotel wedding in Liverpool was important, we wanted to remain true to ourselves and didn’t want the whole day to be taken up with fake photographs. Wes fitted in with all our plans from start to finish. He understood what was important to us and captured the day perfectly.” – Sharon



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