They met whilst volunteering, they instantly became close, friends say it was meant to be.
A real romantic, Kyle whisked Emma off on a helicopter ride and popped the question whilst they were flying high in the sky. Of course, she said yes but not before taking another photograph of the stunning views beneath them.
Lovers of the outdoors, true believers that the importance of family extended or not, outweighs any other thing in life. Kids at heart, caring, passionate and above all else these are two of the kindest people I have had the pleasure of working with.
Kyle and Emma’s day was action packed and full of fun. With only a hint of bunting on the invites as a guess, guests were wowed when they arrived at the venue to be faced with everything a Great British fete has to offer. From a tug of war rope, a coconut shy, splat the rat, good ol’ Aunty Sally, a bouncy castle and many more traditional games to sweets, ice cream, a tombola, a beautifully adorned marquee and a parade ring circled with straw bales.
The infectious sounds of happiness and laughter reached far into the hearts and souls of all of the guests. Adults of varying ages embraced their inner child to compete for the title of fete game King and Queen. Wheelchairs especially of the electric variety are way stronger that they appear and a marching band is really very cool, particularly when your bride is at the help and members of the bridal part are all part of the band family.
Speeches were spoken in the warmth of the afternoons haze, emotions ran high when loved ones were remembered. The cake cutting was eventful with the model (replica) proposal helicopter, to everyone’s surprise started to fly, firstly to the ceiling, before crashing stylishly into desserts and then on the second attempt flying directly at Emma’s head.
My day ended after watching the Bridal Party bust some pretty epic dance moves to a medley of pretty cool music.
Thank you to the following suppliers...
Venue: Huntsmill Farm
Dress Shop: Brides of Bond St.
Shoes: Ruby Shoo
Bridesmaid Dresses: Ebay!
Florist: Emma's Mum Carloine.
Transport: The Shires RBL Youth Band.
Boys SUits: Debenhams
Band/DJ: Pete Watkins and Phil Thomas
Catering: Banbury Catering and Events
Game Hire: Lindas Vintage Hire