Tuesday, 6 December 2011

A Wedding Day To Remember

On Saturday our daughter Rachael was married to Stuart. It was a only a small wedding with just 21 of us at the ceremony and for the wedding breakfast, then in the evening there was a party to celebrate with with friends and family, sadly many could not make it due to the distances involved but the ones that did had an evening to remember. We all had wonderful day, the sun shone, tears of happiness were shed. The Guildhall looked lovely, as did the beautiful Bride and bridesmaids and the service was very special with Anita, one of Rachael's friends reading a poem and Klaudia playing the cello while the happy couple signed the register. After the photos were taken we all made our way to the Bermuda Triangle for pre- lunch drinks then walked around the corner to the Lotus Lounge for the Wedding Breakfast. The food was delicious and the venue was perfect.

The evening party was also very special with entertainment provided by some of our very talented friends and relatives. Playing guitars were Alex our grandson and Connor, Klaudia, Alex's girlfriend sang a beautiful song that she had composed entitled 'We met by the River' and she played her cello again. Stephen and Fly also sang for us. Our son Peter, who is a sound and lighting specialist set up the stage and disco and worked his socks off making sure that the evening was perfect.

Not only did we gain a son-in-law, but we also gained five extra grandchildren. To see more of the photo's go to my Facebook page and look in the Wedding Album. Now I am off to do some work and write out my Christmas cards, December has certainly been a very special time for us all. Lastly but not least Congratulations to Alex who will be 18 years old on Thursday ...how time flies!


  1. What a very special day for you all. So much nicer than thousands of pounds being splashed out on a big do that doesn't mean anything x

  2. Ha ha I'm here and following, lovely photos, I felt like i was there celebrating with you, great memories to keep.....and share of course.

    Andrea xx