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As with many of our weddings, guests travelled from all corners of the world to attend this very special wedding celebration.

The marriage ceremony took place in the characterful local parish church of the couple which was very meaningful for them and the readings and music were carefully selected and incredibly personal and touching. A renowned London choir were added to the mix to give a wonderful choral performance which caused many a goose-bump.

An amber hue was cast across the room which was a blend of classic white elegance with touches of opulent gold…

As soon as the confetti was thrown guests were whisked away to their transport, the trusty Red Routemaster, but not before they were handed a well-deserved mini bottle of champagne and straw to keep them jolly and refreshed along the route. A short hop and they arrived at the country retreat of Great Fosters, Surrey.
The arrival into the driveway of this glorious Tudor mansion set the tone for a stylish and special reception. The Painted Hall opened its doors with drinks a plenty accompanied by the mellow sounds of a great pianist as guests chattered and took in their surroundings. Then it was time to reveal the 16th century Tithe Barn in all its magnificence. An amber hue was cast across the room which was a blend of classic white elegance with touches of opulent gold. Lusciously dressed candelabra formed the base, with large gold chargers, bespoke gold foil-blocked stationery all set to elegant damask napkins and chaircovers.

After a delicious dinner and cake cutting, it was time for a serious dancefloor invasion to a crowd-pleasing live band where a lot of outrageous party-going was to be seen before the Red Bus arrived for a trip back to London.