2021 was probably the wobbliest year for weddings, but this happy couple didn't let a global pandemic get them down! Just three weeks after the nation was released from lockdown, Nic and Rav led the way to the dance floor without looking back...
Something I think we have all had to get used to is online meetings. It felt totally foreign to be meeting a client for the first time via video call, but after 1 hour of nattering away, Nic and I could have been friends for yonks! We chatted about their vision for the day, and I shared my limitless knowledge on their venue.
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After what felt like an eternity away from wedding planning, it was nice to be eased back in at a beautiful Hampshire venue I know all too well! Froyle Park is a truly special venue, attracting clients from across the UK to celebrate in the School-turned-Wedding Venue since whicheveryear. Froyle Park is considered to be a dry hire venue, which means we had unlimited creative boundaries.
Fiona Curry and her fantastically talented team created the most beautiful centrpieces, bouquets and buttonholes as well as extra desplays for the ceremony. The ceremony, led by the powerhouse that is Jenny Knight (www.) was one of the best I have ever seen. Jenny took her time to know all about the couples story, and created the most beautiful, witty and charming ceremony which was enjoyed by guests at the venue, as well as several countries across the globe (thanks to videohraphers). Capturing the day was the lovely someone from Lemon Photography, alongside someone from this videohraphy company.
I often have Kudos Production who provide some of the funnest DJ's in the industry. The night started off with spinning lights, great party music and a surprise saxophonist who interuppted the first dance. The tone was set, and when a surprise performance from guest and friend MC someone. At this stage, I think it's worth giving Alex from Crimson Bars a special shout out. When the groom sent a message to thank him at the end of the evening and prmised to recommend him to all of this friends, Alex simply insisted, "please don't". Shots, shots and more shots encouraged partying late into the night. It truly was the best party Writing a blog is a great way to position yourself as an authority in your field and captivate your readers’ attention.
Venue: Froyle Park Country Estates
Caterer: La Frescho
Bar: Crimson Bars