When I turned up at Rebeccas house, I have to say I was a little confused. It looked like there was a Hannibal Lector tribute party going on. All the girls were wearing these weird face mask things. After the initial shock, I was assured that they were to give great skin ?
I have to say I am a little bit in love with Rebecca and Kellys house, it has a beautiful water front view over the river medway, and the church that they got married on was also sat on the river front too. All Saints Church in Wouldham, was just a short walk from the house, so when the time came I took a nice little stroll along the water front to meet up with the boys at the church. Rebeccas bridesmaids arrived first in a beautiful vintage car, which then went back to get the bride. The church service was wonderful, and their were plenty of laughs amongst the congregation.
After the ceremony we all headed off to Aylesford Priory, near Maidstone, for the Reception. The old thatched barn there was the location for the evenings festivities. Whilst we had some time, we took a walk through the grounds to do some bridal portraits before heading back to the barn for food. Rather than having a classic sit down wedding breakfast, we were treated to some mouth watering fish and chips from a fish and chip van. All the plates and cutlery were made from palm and were all recyclable which was a lovely touch.
As the night closed in and their evening guests arrived, Rebecca and Kelly had their first dance before all their friends joined them on the dance floor.
So here we are, these are my highlights of the big day.