Bella and James were married at The St Mary the Virgin Church at Salehurst, a stones throw from her parents home in Robertsbridge where the reception took place.
The church itself is very picturesque, I loved the delicate floral display on the arch outside, which offered a beautiful burst of pink to the exterior.
There was lots going on at the house in the morning, with bride and bridesmaids getting ready, flower girls getting their head dresses put on and finishing touches to the marquee.
The flower displays in the marquee where incredible, these were created by family friends, Biddy and Helena. The tables had smaller displays of flowers gathered in vases, these, the bouquets and flowers for the bridesmaids hair were created by Fiona wright, also a family friend.
Bella looked flawless in her dress Ocumo by Pronovia.
After the church service all the guests travelled back to the house for a garden party, The bride and groom travelled in style in a vintage classic car. The weather was perfect, a beautiful warm summers afternoon with some showers later, which passed unnoticed as we were all in the marquee by then, everyone enjoyed the champagne reception and the most extraordinary canapes on the lawn. We gathered for a few group photographs at the front of the house before congregating in the marquee for the father of the bride speech and the cutting of the cake.
While people took there seats and during dinner there was a magician moving around the tables entertaining guests called Richard Bellars he was great fun. The catering was exceptional provided by Jimmy Garcia, After dinner and speeches a live band, the Kickstarters kicked off and the guests danced the night away in style.
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