The ceremony area looked lovely when I arrived at the stunning Gorse Hill in Woking, but sadly (and for the very first time!) the weather turned and the couple eventually said "I do" inside with the grounds as a beautiful backdrop.
Wow. This afternoon saw Knight Ceremonies back at the gorgeous Gildings Barn and I must say, I love seeing how differently each couple decorates the barn and all of their personal touches.
What a wonderful day. From start to finish, the ceremony was a delight. My couple (she is Sikh, he is Hindu), had planned a fabulous wedding at the gorgeous Millbridge Court just outside Farnham in Surrey.
I was delighted to be included in the specially selected group of wedding industry professionals to showcase their skills and services at the recent Open Evening at the stunning Mill House Hotel in Berkshire (http://www.themillhousehotel.co.uk/).<
Your big day has finally arrived, and you are about to commence the exciting task of getting yourself ready. Your dress (or suit) is on a hanger waiting, and you just want to put it on and see your partner, but there are a few things to remember before you race to the aisle.
So, your outdoor ceremony area looks beautiful, the skies are blue and the birds are tweeting, and your wedding is about to begin. But unless you are absolutely in the middle of nowhere, you run the risk of a variety of outdoor sounds creeping in and spoiling the silence.
Last weekend saw a truly lovely couple tying the knot (literally) in a stunning outdoor ceremony setting at Highfield Park in Hampshire. After getting to know my couple, I created a unique and completely personal ceremony, with lots of involvement from family and friends.