Taking place in Swanage, Emma got ready at the cute Millpond Cottage, literally a stone’s throw from where the ceremony took place at St Mary’s Church (you could stand in the back garden and watch all of the guests arriving).
Meanwhile, the boys got ready back at Carl’s parents’ house where the party was going to take place later that day.
After a lovely ceremony in the church everyone made their way up to the house where two marquees had been set up; one in the front garden and one in the back.
We loved Emma and Carl’s mode of transport – kind of a mix between a Tuk Tuk and a buggy. After the bride and groom had their ride around Swanage, and up to the house, a few guests were treated to a little tour in it. Their faces were a picture when they got back – it was obviously loads of fun. Needless to say, I’ve now added an Ape Calessino to my wish list.
After the meal we whisked off in our car down to the seafront for a few photo before making our way back for a bit of the evening party. Here, the guests (and the neighbours) danced the night away to the excellent band, VIDA and their new dancers – The Flowergirls.… Read Full Post