Victoria & Denis gave themselves two months to plan their wedding. Victoria is half Greek & Italian and Denis is from Kosova. Victoria & Denis' wedding was a family occasion with lots of children, including Victoria & Denis' own two beautiful children. There was lots of love & passion to capture between these two and we thoroughly enjoyed our day with them both, their friends & families.
Victoria loves the steps at the front of Chelsea Registry Office and this was one of the reasons they chose the venue. After a lovely ceremony, where the couple made their own vows, the party then made their way to Home House Club in Marylebone, London; a stylish club that spans three Georgian town houses on Portman Square in Marylebone, London. Home House Club has beautiful interiors, with a modern vibe and friendly atmosphere; it was the perfect spot for Victoria & Denis' wedding reception!
Following the sit down meal & speeches in the beautiful candlelit drawing room guests broke into traditional Kosovan dance, forming a long line, linking arms and dancing around the tables. More music and dancing followed in the evening, when Victoria went up on stage to sing to start off the evening entertainment.
Harriet & Aseem held their wedding ceremony at the Stone Circle on a hilltop overlooking the somerset countryside at Huntstile Organic Farm. The view from this woodland spot is breathtaking and always makes for a magical wedding ceremony.
I met Harriet in the wooden paneled bedroom, where the girls were getting ready. Harriet wore a beautiful lace dress with a cap veil. Aseem looked the part in his blue suit and the flowers were beautiful, rustic with a handpicked look.
There were lots of happy tears as Harriet & Aseem said their vows to each other; family and friends gathered on the stones & hay bails. Even the resident farm dog joined the congregation. One of the fun parts of the day at Huntstile Organic Farm is the tractor ride up to the stone circle and back. I also love all the animals around the farm, there’s chickens, goats & pigs to name a few. The goats are always curious & this time had a nibble at Harriet’s bouquet.
Drinks and ice cream were enjoyed in the farmhouse gardens at the reception, while the guests enjoyed garden games, such as the coconut shy, cricket & the homemade Photo-booth.
The evening buffet of delicious organic food from Huntstile farm itself was served in the marquee, following the speeches. In the evening a band rocked the dance floor in the farmhouse ‘till the early hours.