|The single white rose was a token from the florists who did my bouquet|
|What's a party without ballons?|
Mr. C's best man arrived as agreed at 1 p.m. looking sharp with his tie perfectly straight while we were still in our lounge wear getting ready. We departed for the Castle about an hour later, had our photos taken in the beautiful park that surround the Castle and then I guess the only thing left to do was to actually get married. The ceremony was beautiful: sweet and meaningful. I even remember laughing at one point.
I'm still waiting for the official wedding photos, in the mean time a couple of snapshots I took with my tiny pink camera just as a sneak preview.
|Party favours, make up essentials, wedding rings and flowers and a check list|
|Vintage enamelled brooch|
The brooch in the last picture was a wedding gift from a dear old friend. I can't even put into words how very deeply moved I was when receiving it. It comes with a bit of a history and a lot of sentiment. My friend had bought it over a decade ago and I had been pining over it ever since. He said he couldn't imagine a more suitable gift for such an occasion and I couldn't agree more. It serves as a reminder that dreams do come true, you just have to be patient.