Well hello lovely people, Becky here! It’s been a while hasn’t it? But I’m back and I’m back with an insanely gorgeous wedding for you. I’m good to you like that. This one has to be our little secret… You cannot tell our Charlotte, she will be sick with jealousy because Charlotte and Grant got married in the Dordogne (only our Charlotte’s favourite place in the whole world) at Chateau Cazenac and it was divine. It lasted a week (there was canoeing and all sorts), all the guests pitched in to help and Charlotte is something of a dream. And the colour pop flowers?! Don’t even get me started. Please read Charlotte’s account of the day and the planning especially if you are having a destination wedding, she has some great advice for you. Oh, also, there are sparklers. Well, it is bonfire night.
Lately I’ve been craving colour. I’m not sure whether it’s the influence of Spring with her purple hyacinths, sunshine yellow daffodils and girly pink cherry blossoms but frankly I just can’t get enough of a bright hue.
So Harriet and Mishal’s colour pop affair is the perfect way to satisfy my cravings on this overcast morning. Set amidst possibly the most perfect backdrop I’ve ever seen at Sefton Park Palm House in Liverpool, these two married amongst the palms and exotic blooms.
I particularly love Harriet’s dad’s souped up Lagonda which looks a little as if it’s come from Chitty Chitty Bang Bang – what’s not to love – and the EPIC dancing that took place once the sun went down.
Honestly folks this is a venue and a half.
Let’s check it out…