What a special day for a winter wedding! After the recent rain, the unexpected change in the weather meant it was wonderfully sunny. The ladies made a spectacular colourful array in their Sari’s and equally the royal blue gowns of the beautiful bridesmaids.
This wedding from the start was full of laughter, love and joy.
My first duty was to find the groom and to introduce him to the ladies conducting the civil ceremony. I approached a group of guests to ask if they knew where he was – one of his friends who thought I’d said “Where is the broom”, replied “Well there is one in the cupboard in the main kitchen, and he will probably be in there”. Only my goodness he’s getting cold feet was my initial thought, and then of course he appeared with all smiles. Chris was watching the football, a match between Middlesbrough, which is his team, and Man
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Spring had definitely sprung for the wedding of Katie and Stuart.
The day was perfect. It started with the ceremony at the beautiful church of All Saints in Bolton Percy. A verse of "I Wanna Be Yours" by John Cooper Clark was read by Andrew Belfield.
Once Katie and Stuart had become Mr and Mrs Berry, the guests made their way to Hornington Manor where they were met with champagne and canapés in the reception room. I must mention the reception room looked so beautiful in spring coloured bunting which was hand-made by Katie and her Mum.
After a lovely service at the Tockwith Church, the newly wed bride and groom arrived at the Manor in a vintage Volkswagen soft top. How super this was to be able to travel with the top down, it was the perfect start to the perfect day…
Hannah looked absolutely beautiful in her dress of satin and lace. Alongside her were her two bridesmaids who wore a delicate shade of pink, matching perfectly with the roses in their bouquets. The two younger girls looked so pretty in their white dresses and little fur boleros, I’m sure they felt like princesses, as they certainly looked like ones!