The marvellous wedding celebrations of Marianna and Paul.
It was pretty clear from the offset that lots of utterly brilliant, original and quirky ideas had gone into making this wedding a truly memorable one. One thing that was evident was how much thought had gone in to giving the wedding a special ‘Italian twist’, due to the Italian heritage of the beautiful bride, Marianna.
Whilst Hornington Manor is fully licensed to hold civil ceremonies at a number of beautiful locations around the grounds, many of our couples opt to have a church ceremony. We always recommend the stunning All Saints’ Church in Bolton Percy to our couples, which is conveniently located just over a mile away from the Manor. You can even see the church spire through the trees across our fields!
On meeting with Tara and her Mum when I first showed them around Hornington Manor, I immediately recognised their strong mother and daughter bond, which was so lovely to see. They were a very close family unit and I could tell this was going to be a very important day for everyone to enjoy.
Friday, Saturday and Sunday; three spread sheets with various fun and games planned for the weekend were sent to me by Katie as I begun co-ordinating the wedding. This wasn’t just a one day wedding celebration; this was a whole weekend of festivity ahead.