A Spanish touch at The Maynard

A change of scenary

Your wedding day. One of the most significant days of your life. You are going to need someone dedicated to every detail to help you prepare for such a special occasion, that is where I come in.

After spending several years working at iconic and prestigious five-star properties in London I decided, at the end of last year, to move to Sheffield with my family and continue my journey in hospitality.

I was a bit apprehensive to make such a big change, however as soon as I met Rob and Steve, I immediately felt that click and wanted to be part of something very special.

Having experienced some of London’s high-end and quintessentially British hotels such as The Lanesborough and Corinthia London, I was extremely excited when Rob and Steve took me on board to join The Maynard family and to be able to share my adventures from my previous roles.

The Maynard Arms had always had a lot of history behind and was a popular venue for hosting weddings in the heart of Peak District. I would like to continue this legacy introducing new, fresh and vibrant ideas to ensure our guests have a greatest experience and create memories for years to come.

You may find me in the main reception welcoming you with a warm ¡Hola!  and I am in my element when opening the doors to our couples to walk down the aisle, holding the bouquet for couple’s photos, keeping your marriage certificate in a safe place and pass on the wellies to your guests!

From planning small and intimate celebrations or large scale weddings receptions, choosing the right suppliers, adding your personal touches and traditions to your wedding to designing bespoke menus and mood boards, we will be at your side every step of the way to bring all your ideas and dreams to life, ensuring our couples enjoy every single minute of planning.

With The new Maynard being reopened recently I am looking forward to meeting new couples, being part of their special day and making them feel at home in our home.

As we say in Spain ‘‘¡Qué vivan los novios!” (Long live the couple!)