Annie and George were married at the church of St Thomas and St Richards in the Parish of Winchelsea, a stones throw away form the brides parents house, where the bride got ready and they later they held a drinks reception after the ceremony.
During the service held by the canon Robin Whitehead, the London Welsh male voice choir sang beautifully, accompanied by the organ, played by Fred Goodwin.
At the reception the guests enjoyed drinks and canopies on the lawn in glorious sunshine, the sparkling wine was produced locally by Charles Palmer from Winchelsea, there was also white and red wine from Lea and Sandeman and Beer by the Nene Valley brewery courtesy of David Burnett. The choir also sang later at the reception to a brass band, by Ellis Brass.
After the reception, guests walked across the village to the local cricket ground to dine in a marquee, beautifully decorated with Flowers and trees by Alex Ball. The bride and groom followed the guests in a vintage car, after a few portraits in the garden and near the church.
It was a lovely summer afternoon, one side of the marquee was open so you could enjoy the views across the valley. The speeches were brilliant especially one given by the mother of the bride who used a clip from junior master chef, a show that the bride had appeared on.
After the sun went down the party got started, i’m not sure who created the playlist but they did a great job as the dance floor was packed and at one point I think everyone on it was jumping !!!!
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