First priority when we arrived - cuddles with Steve's godson.
A few more G&T's and an Amaretto later I decided it was time to hit the sack, ready for the big day the next day.
I stupidly left my camera battery charging in my room while we were at the ceremony, so I only have pictures from the reception. It was a beautiful reception though, full of love and laughter and colour. Fizz and wine flowed freely (my head the next day thought a little too freely), the food was excellent, the dancing lasted long into the night and a good time was had by all. The bride looked radiant, her groom looked thrilled and the speeches were funny and emotional. I did however lose by a large margin on the speeches sweepstake but made up for it on the couples quiz that was left for the tables to complete.
The bride looking remarkably coy here!
Simple flower scheme perfect for the time of year
Any wedding that serves sweets as favours with a refill bar and Australian wine has my seal of approval!
Steve added a little personal touch to his ushers suit
A hog roast for all the hungry evening guests went down a treat.Brasserie Blanc. A Raymond Blanc restaurant, it was OK but not worth the price per head without alcohol in my opinion - I have had much better mussels elsewhere.
We then drove home, exhausted but happy, ready to face a new week of work.