In the summer that doesn’t stop giving, movie fans Faith and John were to become Mr and Mrs Price at the Drayton Manor Hotel. It was set to be yet another scorcher, and if the wedding alone wasn’t enough excitement for you, England played Sweden for a place in the World Cup semi-final.
The bridesmaids took the necessary approach to the day, getting ready with their bride and staying refreshed with a few cheeky gins from their personalised glasses.
Faith and John’s two year old son, Jackson, was of course a huge part of the day, and as the ceremony was about to begin, and walking down the aisle became all too much for little Jackson, dad was all smiles and waves from the front to usher his little Best Man to his side. Joined then by Faith the couple became one, and Jackson showed his joy and excitement by trying to run off with the balloons.
Their reception in the Park View room looked stunning, the room dressed and accessorised by THE BRIDESMAIDS, and their movie theme ran throughout the evening. The centrepieces were a collection of their favourite movies along with clapperboards and popcorn (edible centrepieces that went down a treat with the guests!), and the music on the evening was laced with movie and Disney songs.
The elephant in the room was of course the England game, but this couple had already ensured their guests would not miss out; the whole time of the wedding was changed to ensure everyone could enjoy the match! A huge projector was also put on in the room showing the game, and the day went from amazing to ‘and then some!’ when England defeated Sweden.
With DJ Noel Walker providing the evening entertainment, the couple took to the dance floor for their first dance, with Jackson joining his parents halfway through. A giant confetti balloon showered the happy couple/trio at the end of the dance and then the party got underway.
So congratulations England, you have achieved an epic summer and footie glory, but much more importantly, congratulations to the new Mr and Mrs Price. May your love endure long after this summer heat fades.