Chloe and James were married at St Bartholomew’s church, a short drive from their beautiful home in Worcester where they held the reception.
The day before the wedding Chloe was busy putting all the finishing touches to the table plan and decorations in the marquee, there were a group of friends and family were busy catching up with each other while making the large colourful hand made flowers that were placed around the sides of the marquee, children ran around and played and the atmosphere was incredibly warm and welcoming.
The marquee was a white poll tent decorated with splashes of colour thanks to Bella Blake and Georgie Scott- Kerr for the bunting and the flowers which were arranged on each table and around the marquee, grown and picked by Jo & Henry Deakin and Timmy their gardener.
The morning of the wedding James and ushers went clay pigeon shooting while Chloe prepared in a hotel near by, she looked effortlessly stunning in her dress made by Temperley and a tiara from David Deakin, Deakin Design, with colorful bouquets made by a florist in Worcester ‘Beautiful Flowers’.
Mean while at the ushers lunch the groom handed out the most amazing cufflinks by Deakin & Francis, which were little silver skulls decorated with plumes of various furs and feathers.
The drive to the church was eventful as the bride and her brother sped off in an open top car and got caught out on route by a few showers, they tried to shelter from the rain improvising with a couple of umbrellas, but these kept blowing open, luckily they saw the funny side and just kept moving.
After the ceremony everyone returned to the house for a garden party in the sunshine.
During dinner there were some hilarious speeches and a visit by lucky the chicken who roamed about meeting guests and joining
Enjoying the atmosphere.
One of the brides friends gave them a really thoughtful gift of a bottle of wine that would age well and be better in 10 years, she asked the bride and groom to write each other a love letter in secret and got them to nail the box shut with the love letter inside, to be opened in ten years, amazing !!!!
After dinner they cut the cake, made by Annie Deakin a very creative design with a champing glass tipping over on top and there was a fly by from Midland Power motors a friend of James Nick Wall.
After some drinks in the evening sun the party started, there were lots of animal heads and various fancy dress outfits and items like a huge blow up banana and outrageous wigs placed around the tables so guests were dressed up through dinner, more fancy dress outfits were provided for the photo booth and donned the dance floor where they danced the night away to one of my favourite wedding bands 29 fingers.
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