If you’re trying to reduce the size of your guest list then crossing out loads of kids is definitely one way to do it (although not inviting people you really don’t want is another!).

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Soo – rain at your ceremony (or any running water – and we’ve got a little stream curving around the back of our wedding pavilion) is great feng shui & considered really good luck in many cultures. So whatever the weather, it’s still your wedding day and you’ll have fun!

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On a scorching hot Midsummer's day guests gathered, lots of them - the sun shone, swallows dipped the surface of the water and the scene was set for a picture perfect wedding ceremony at the lake.

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We called her the sparkly bride, because everything she did shone – from the smile to the dress, to shimmering sari silk used to partition the main marquee - & all of course hand in hand with the beaming groom.

 

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Julie & Colin got married on a glorious day in the merrie month of May (as they say at Padstow Obby Oss) – they chose an outdoor wedding with both sets of parents, a bridesmaid & of course the couple’s best friend – Marley the dog. 

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