Cristina and Dan were married at the Kensington and Chelsea registry office on an unseasonably cold, grey, sleety April day. This could have dampened the mood of any normal wedding day, but not for Cristina and Dan, as in less than 24 hours they would be jetting off to Brazil, along with Dan’s direct family who were there to witness them exchanging their vows in London, to join Cristina’s family and have their marriage blessed in Cristina’s home country.
Despite the weather, their London wedding was the perfect combination of Dan’s old-school English charm and Cristina’s South American flare. Set in the elegant surrounds of the Rossetti Room, Dan patiently waited for Cristian to make her entrance in a stunning Peter Langer dress and stylish matching accessories with her beautiful flower bouquet created by Gemma Blaskey at Read more
I have known Chrissie since I was seven, we went to junior school together and then secondary school where we were in the same form class. So we pretty much saw each other every day for nine years, minus weekends and holidays but even then we used to hangout. We then became pen-pals during our college and university years. Telling each other about … well everything … and somethings just shouldn’t be repeated. I then went to work abroad for four years but even during that time when we didn’t see each other for months maybe years at a time, when I finally came home it felt like we had only seen each other yesterday. A sign of any true friendship.
So you would think that we are like two peas in a pod, same likes, same Read more
Penshurst Place is a medieval magnificence. With it’s impressive banqueting hall and breath taking gardens, it’s history creates expectations of grandeur and opulence that could easily set the scene for a very grown up and formal occasion.
However, this was the day of Kat and Seb’s wedding, who are the most fun loving couple you could ever hope to meet. And what better way to start their special day than with the funniest, most creative, genius announcement that I’ve ever heard at a wedding. Their unsuspecting guests were asked to stand and wait for Kat’s entrance, but instead of the usual wedding march came a voice, reminiscent of John Cleese, that transported you into some kind of Monty Python sketch.
This modern day, virtual, toast master started off by telling everyone to turn off their phones and make Read more