Moxhull Hall Hotel was the chosen venue for Michelle & David’s wedding. The gorgeous landscaped gardens and the setting of ‘Calliope’s Garden’ was the idyllic location for the outdoor marriage ceremony. Throughout the day Moxhull Hall’s quiet professionalism was at hand to cater for all, allowing the guests to celebrate with Michelle & David on their perfect Summer wedding day.
The School House (previously Old School House) in Weeford was the reception for Simon & Lie’s international wedding. With a guest list that brought friends and family together from all over the globe, the day was a celebration from beginning to end. The marriage ceremony was conducted by Rev. Fiona Haskett of St Mary’s Church Weefod with her own unique and extremely entertaining way which engaged the whole congregation throughout.
Louise and David were married on a gorgeous May Bank Holiday at the exquisite venue of Hagley Hall, Worcestershire. The splendor of The Long Gallery was the setting for some very emotional speeches from both the bride’s father and David himself. Throughout the day the focus was on pure indulgence and relaxation. The photographer for the day was Sam Johnson and entertainment by the talented Matt Strafford Duo.
London Zoo was the location for Harry’s Bar Mitzvah. The luncheon was held in the Prince Albert Suite amongst a plethora of entertainment including the extremely talented and colourful Miss Ballooniverse, Memory Man, Daniel the Magician, Caricaturist, surfboard, scaletrix,photo booth and a classical musician!
Fawsley Hall was the setting for Kellie & Kelly’s Civil Partnership Ceremony. The sumptuous Tudor House provided the perfect setting for what was to be a very emotional day. The photography on the day was expertly executive by John of Jems Photography who’s expertise in weather patterns managed to precisely capture a very short break in the weather allowing for the group shots to be taken. Paul Martyn provided the entertainment throughout the day and thus provided the perfect soundtrack to the film.