Kirsty and Richard’s big day had arrived and it was clear Kirsty had worked so hard on everything, with many of the finer details finally coming to light. It was evident everything had been thought out, from the personalised hangers, to hang the men’s suits on to the name places in church.
The day started at 8 am when the hair dresser and make-up artist arrived to get the bride and her bridesmaid’s ready for the wedding. Once complete, Kristy’s big moment arrived – to put on her wedding dress.
From first meeting Kyrie and Jacob I could tell they were such a warm and caring couple and upon hearing about Kyrie’s voluntary work for Alzheimer’s society, putting in a lot of hard work with services for people with dementia, this only confirmed my initial thoughts.
On hand was a host of wonderful suppliers which made sure the day ran smoothly, from the morning preparations of hair and makeup by Lauren Laprell to the evening celebrations by the Backbeat band.
Alexandra looked a stunning sight as she made her way down the Manor’s staircase in her beautiful gown. Draping behind her was the most gorgeous long veil, complemented by some fabulous green shoes which supported the Irish contingency and theme that ran throughout the wedding. The Irish theme was evident in the wedding, from Groom Jacob’s green suit, to the guests attending the wedding.
The big day had arrived and everything was in place for the wedding to commence.
Victoria and Neil were having their ceremony in the barn – a popular choice, and had the aisle set up so as Victoria steps through the grand barn doors, she walked diagonally and towards the corner of the barn.The 22 piece band, Lofthouse Brass Band, was ready and waiting for the imminent entrance of the bride. (The band which I thought was a 2 piece band but found out it was actually a 22 piece only a few days before the wedding!)