Lacey + Neil at Wadenhoe House

I first met Lacey and Neil at a wedding fair in Peterborough, they were a little late arriving and we didn't get much time together so, I visited them at their home a short time afterwards and after I got the all clear from their cats and their little dog Arnie, they booked me!

Kelly and I headed to Wadenhoe House on a bitterly cold April morning to find a hive of activity! Nick from Tilly's Garden Party Hire[/url was there setting up the coconut shy, skittles, hoopla and hook a duck amongst other games. Louise from [url=]Lily King was delivering bouquets and button holes.

We headed up the grand staircase and through the hallways of this wonderful Jacobean Manor House to find Lacey in the bridal suite with her bridesmaids, her Mum & Nan, Neil's daughter with music playing, pastries, fizz and hair and make up being perfected by Hannah of Lipstick and Hairpins.

Before the ceremony I nipped downstairs to see Neil and caught him enjoying whiskey and cigars with Lacey's brother and Dad! The guys look really smart in their tweed waistcoats with no jackets.

Lacey and Neil didn't stop looking at each other throughout their wedding ceremony and could not have looked more in love as they headed out into the glorious sunshine, that stayed with them for the rest of the day.

Ice creams were eaten and games played on the patio and lawn as we did the group shots and confetti before heading into the grounds for couple shots.

The spring sunshine glistening through the trees was an absolute treat. Lacey looked radiant as she and Neil wandered along hand in hand as husband and wife.

Afternoon tea was served in the marquee of the most colourful wedding of my year. Lacey's Dad had made all of the place name card holders from wood as well as the ring box and centre pieces! Lacey had made the decorations and set it all up, it looked truly wonderful.

Fun was definitely a theme running through this wedding! A photo booth including lots of dressing up gear plus a race horse game brought plenty of laughs to the evening!

After cutting their cake, which was a beautiful piece of art, they took to the dance floor for their first dance and were soon joined afterwards by their guests for some crazy dance floor antics.

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