Elegance, romance, champagne and a castle – is many a girl’s dream wedding. And it certainly was a dream come true for Simone and her groom Andy who flew in from Australia to have their wedding ceremony in the gardens of Sudeley Castle in the heart of the Cotswolds.
What do you get when a Kenyan bride and South African groom have a wedding at Hampton Manor? An awesome ceremony that includesBright colours, the bridal entrance to Game of Thrones (the groom’s choice of music), hymns, a rose ceremony, a heartfelt blessing by a family elder, a string quartet and Kisii tribal wedding traditions that included crowns, anklets, shells, a spear and a shield, plus more.
I am often asked if I cry at funerals; as a Funeral Celebrant it is my role to hold the space for each family in whatever way is right for them, to facilitate, to be their voice, to share stories and hold it together for their sake, so my answer is…..
Where rock meets woodland. Where tattoos and sunglasses mix. Where beer pong and afternoon tea congregate. What’s not to love about Ione & Joshua’s alternative wedding day and woodland ceremony?
I am so in love with Hannah & Jon’s ceremony & wedding day because there is so much to love about it! With a jazz band, a ring blessing, a rose ceremony, a whole lot of love, laughter, happy tears and a sprinkling of romance – it was everything they wanted.