Excitement was high on all sides for this fabulous February wedding where superstar couple Lottie and David tied the knot at Pendrell Hall.
You should know that when most of the wedding party are involved in musical theatre you are going to have a ball, but there were outstanding levels of joy, laughter, love, tears of happiness and never before seen military precision delivered by the bride to end all brides. We have been able to take a back seat while the chief bridesmaid and best man fetch all the necessary family members, then gently sweep them away and bring in more for the next shot. Everyone knew where they had to be when, and if a bit of sheep rustling happened on the way, that was fine too. Brides: the bar has been set, and it is HIGH.
Everywhere you turned there was immaculate detail and things to enjoy, from make your own hot chocolate, jenga guest book, and an evening sparkler celebration. But the most entertainment was provided by the bridal party themselves; the Parkour, the 8 year old niece wiping the floor with her ceremony reading (not a dry eye), and the ‘why my brother has always copied me, yet I am still the best child’ Powerpoint assisted best man speech (best to date, kudos Josh).
This wedding was the epitome of love and good times with those that mattered, making memories to last a lifetime. And we were there to capture all that mattered. From the beautiful bouquets and flowers throughout the venue, all handcrafted by Loren at Perfect Day Wedding Flowers, and all the moments between the new Mr and Mrs Anderson, their family and friends, ‘and all that jazz….’
Take a look at some of our highlights of the day, and share the love for the beautiful couple; Lottie and Didds