Lemore Manor Wedding
Wow wee what a day…! Kelley and Will chose to get wed at the very beautiful and peaceful Lemore Manor in the beautiful countryside of Herefordshire…it had all the qualities needed to suit their plans – grandeur with a lovely relaxed lived in feel.
They told me they purposefully chose Lemore Manor..
..as they wanted it to be a place where special family and friends could come together for the weekend, mingel and get to know one another whilst having the scope for lots of fun without the rigidness of a hotel. This vibe carried on into their wedding day itself with a lovely communal feel to it all…everyone had brekkie in the morning in a huge kitchen and sat in the gardens or played some of the fun games on hand to enjoy…space hoppers, cricket, croquet to name a few. Thereafter there was a cool buzz in the air as everyone got ready for the ‘i do’ moment. Both Kelley and Will looked super gorgeous in their chosen outfits – with Kelley opting for none other than the man himself – Stuart Parvin (dress maker to the Queen!), and Will going for a lovely pale blue suit made especially to fit him. They chose to marry outside and the weather played ball luckily, allowing for cocktails on the lawn in the sun and lots of fun around the grounds. The styling of the marquee and wedding breakfast itself was an extension of the vibe of the day….relaxed, intimate, a little quirky and plenty of fun. As Kelley is a dance teacher, I was very much looking forward to their first dance, and it didn’t disappoint – can you guess the song from the actions? (hint…a little bit of John Travolta and Uma Thurman! hehe) As I left the celebrations, all were happily playing a game of cricket and plenty of laughter was drifting out of the marquee…happy days indeed! Guys it goes without saying that I loved being a part of your special day, and I wish you both so much love and happiness on your journey together through married life xx
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