Monday, June 18, 2007

Lainey & John

On Saturday Elaine and John were married at the Church of St Mary the Virgin near Worcester Park in South London. Despite the grim forecast the weather was really nice with only a few drops of rain falling on us. This meant that the Paparazzi were out in force!

Lainey spent the morning getting ready at her parent's house with the help of her 6 bridesmaids. All of them were gorgeous and I was really pleased that at the end of the evening I managed to take one home (a first for me!). I should add that this particular Bridesmaid married me nearly 6 years ago so I guess that makes it ok?

The reception was held at one of Surrey's best looking Golf Clubs, The Burhill at Walton-on-Thames.

The happy couple (that's Elaine and John, not me and the Bridesmaid) are not going on honeymoon immediately but will be off to Mexico in the Autumn.

Monday, June 04, 2007

Andreas & Patricia

Patricia and Andreas live in Madrid but love coming to London and decided that this was the city for them to marry in.

Around sixty guests from Spain and Germany were in London to join the celebration.

The couple asked The Bespoke Wedding Company to organise the day for them and to arrange to transport everybody to and from the venue.

The Groom and his guests sailed from Westminster Pier down to Greenwich to meet the Bride at The National Maritime Museum where the ceremony and reception were to be held in Queen Anne's House.

Queen Annes House is an excellent venue for a wedding with many beautiful features.

The evening finished off with dancing in the cellars of the building.


Lottie & George

On Friday, Lottie and George had a special day out; they went to Chilston Park in Kent to watch their Mummy and Daddy get married.

The sun shone all day and they got to dress up in very special clothes. Mummy did too, in a beautiful Spanish dress from Pronovias.

The flowers for Lottie and George to carry and the bouquet for their Mummy came from Creative Flowers.

Confetti Connections dressed the ceremony room, the dining room and also a smaller room for them and their friends. It was like the grown ups room but much better because it had balloons!

However the grown up's room did have a very big cake which was decorated with pictures of Lottie and George and also some smaller cakes for their friends, all with their names on. Mummy and Daddy had bought these from Creative Cakes by Maria.

Lottie and George are now going on holiday to Spain to recover from a very tiring day....