Sarah and Edd's Wedding Story
Our Perfect Day - Sarah and Edd May 2017
Sarah and Edd were declared husband and wife at Hanbury Church which is a beautiful hillside setting. With nearly 160 guests they were surrounded by family and friends to make their special day complete.
On the morning of the wedding Sarah and her bridal party got ready at her parents home with lots of fun and laughter. Sarah had picked up some beautiful hand woven shawls from Ghana on her travels with work, which she thought would keep her bridesmaids warm if there was a chill but the day was bright and warm.
Sarah and Edd had chosen Manor Hill as they felt it could be versatile with its space due to their large numbers.
As the guests arrived at Manor Hill Stuart Bishop played guitar on the lawn and they were greeted with canapes and prosecco, with garden games out on the lawn for the children (and some of the adults) to enjoy.
The menu had been designed by the couple along with the chef Tom Court to make sure there was something for all of the guests to enjoy.
The marquee was dressed in royal blue and champagne to match the theme for the day, along with the flowers from Anna Brian and the cake which was made by the grooms mom.
Sarah and Edd took full advantage of the weather having some beautiful photographs taken with their guests and even with Jack the horse who happily posed with them.
There was lots of fun after the meal when the Hanbury in Voice choir treated the guests to a very special performance. Edds parents are both a part of the choir but for one night only Sarahs parents were made honorary members of the choir.
The marquee was magically transformed while the guests were watching the choir, ready for Sarah and Edd to enjoy their first dance. Dan Greenaway performed and the guests enjoyed an evening of dancing. Edd recommends that if you are planning your wedding at Manor Hill then you should contact the suppliers on the recommended list as they would never have found Dan other wise and lots of the guests commented on how good he was.