Whilst I was on annual leave I asked my front of house assistant to write a little something about the wedding we had on the weekend. Laura studied fashion whilst at university and has even been in digital Vogue so I thought she would be great for the job. Here is what she had to say about Chelsea & Stephens big day…
A rich royal blue wedding was the colour scheme for our beautiful bride and groom Chelsea& Stephen. The tables were set with a fish bowl full of sparkling crystals and 3 coloured roses were placed on top. The cake was a 4 tiered Victoria sponge, with a baroque lace pattern design on 2 of the tiers on a blue iced background. A very traditional cake stacked on a mirrored base fit into the brides theme perfectly.
THE DRESS… (One of the best parts but I am a bias fashion designer) Chelsea had chosen a strapless, A-line, princess wedding gown, with a fitted bodice and hand-placed lace, this dress was perfect for our bride and we all thought she looked amazing! To finish the look she had a classy styled up do with stunning soft tulle mid length veil.
With over a 100 guests the golf club was buzzing with excitement and glamour from guests all waiting for the afternoon wedding of Mr and Mrs Gale. The ceremony was a lovely romantic affair.
The ceremony was over and the Bride and Groom could relax and get ready for an evening of pictures, prosecco and partying.
The Wedding breakfast started off with the speeches, the groom and grooms men stood to thank guests, talk about the past and embarrass one another. Then came the first course which was a choice of soup or caser salad, the main a selection of beef or pork and finishing off with a choice of Eton mess or chocolate brownie. The wine was flowing through out the courses and everyone was having an amazing time.
The room was quickly changed around and the partying could commence. The evening guests were arriving and our resident Dj Dan was here to play any song the guest required and to create the finest atmosphere for Mr and Mrs Gales guests’