Nadia and Kev’s Sunny Wedding

September 6, 2007 at 10:48 am (fashion, photos)

We travelled back to England last Friday to attend the wedding of Nadia and Kev, which was on Saturday. The wedding was not until 3pm, so we had plenty of time to get ready and head over to the registry office without our car. (She was left in Turin airport, so wasn’t allowed to get dressed up in white ribbon!)

The sun was out and it was a really gorgeous day. Apparently there was a problem with the hairdresser arriving late but you would not have been able to tell. The bride (Nadia) looked absolutely stunning in a really unique wedding dress with a rustic bouquet of pink roses (which matched the roses in her hair and on her dress) and the best pair of wedding shoes I’ve seen in a long time.

The celebration was continued at The Felix Hotel and as the sun was still out the photos were taken in the garden and everyone was happy drinking champagne and relaxing.

We were privileged to be on table number two with both the brides sisters, partners and cousin. We were served lots of yummy scrummy food and it wasn’t long before the bubbles were cracked open and with the help of the wine we had a bit of a giggle. It may have been around this time that we wrote a group limerick for the bride and groom; I can’t really remember it, which is probably best because at the time I thought it was excellent, which means it was probably rubbish! (I do remember having problems rhyming words with Durham or any other place names where Nadia is from!)

The evening began with a bum-grabbing first dance! He he! Good music followed and the wedding Dj was actually very good, it’s not often djs play what you ask them to. I really enjoyed myself and from the amount of dancing I think I can say so did everyone else.

Ooh, I almost forgot to mention the cheese and crackers at the end of the evening. They were really tasty and with the unusual addition of pesto in little bowls. It made A and I feel right at home!

For the full collection of the day’s photos, click here.

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