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I always take my hat off to people who manage to pull off a wedding in their own garden.  It takes vision, courage, lots of patience and hair on your teeth.  Stuart and Sara will look back at their astonishing day with a smile on their faces.  It worked out perfectly!

With Stuart being a Bishops Alumni, the ceremony took place at the Memorial Chapel on the school grounds.  The 160 guests filled the old stone church to the brim as the light shone in from the back.  When Sara entered with her dad, it seemed like the whole place started to glow.  Sara’s brother-in-law, Martyn Killian, painted the picture of the couple when they will be 80-years-old.  Where they sit on the porch and look out onto their huge lawn where their children play with their grandchildren.  He let Stuart and Sara imagine the joy that it would bring to their hearts.  And then, profoundly said, “And all of this, starts right here”.  It made me again appreciate my wife, children and family and served as a reminder to the cornerstone families are in society.  It was a beautiful start …

The night was filled with strings of fairy lights, a glowing bar, food stalls by Two Chefs, music by Music2theMax and good coffee by the Barista Boys.  Part of the groomsmen also entertained the guest with a special acapella version of Breakfast at Tiffany’s.  When I left, everyone was dancing away, having Ice Cream from The Creamery Cart and preparing for the silent disco from 12 AM onwards.

Well done to everyone involved.  A special mention must go out to Jade and her Team who coordinated the day.  Well done guys!
Stuart and Sara – thank you for the privilege I had to hang with you on your wedding day!  I truly enjoyed it!  Blessings on your journey ahead.  May we cross paths again soon.  Enjoy!

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I always take my hat off to people who manage to pull off a wedding in their own garden.  It takes vision, courage, lots of patience and hair on your teeth.  Stuart and Sara will look back at their astonishing day with a smile on their faces.  It worked out perfectly!

With Stuart being a Bishops Alumni, the ceremony took place at the Memorial Chapel on the school grounds.  The 160 guests filled the old stone church to the brim as the light shone in from the back.  When Sara entered with her dad, it seemed like the whole place started to glow.  Sara’s brother-in-law, Martyn Killian, painted the picture of the couple when they will be 80-years-old.  Where they sit on the porch and look out onto their huge lawn where their children play with their grandchildren.  He let Stuart and Sara imagine the joy that it would bring to their hearts.  And then, profoundly said, “And all of this, starts right here”.  It made me again appreciate my wife, children and family and served as a reminder to the cornerstone families are in society.  It was a beautiful start …

The night was filled with strings of fairy lights, a glowing bar, food stalls by Two Chefs, music by Music2theMax and good coffee by the Barista Boys.  Part of the groomsmen also entertained the guest with a special acapella version of Breakfast at Tiffany’s.  When I left, everyone was dancing away, having Ice Cream from The Creamery Cart and preparing for the silent disco from 12 AM onwards.

Well done to everyone involved.  A special mention must go out to Jade and her Team who coordinated the day.  Well done guys!
Stuart and Sara – thank you for the privilege I had to hang with you on your wedding day!  I truly enjoyed it!  Blessings on your journey ahead.  May we cross paths again soon.  Enjoy!

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