Saturday dawned sunny and warm, just the perfect weather for a wedding. Matt aka best man exited the tent at eight o’clock to join the groom and the rest of the grooms men at a local hotel’s spa so they could spruce before the wedding and remove all residues of three weeks of camping and beach living. Sophie flower girl Watson-Power was delivered to get dressed, giggle and be girlie at twelve o’clock leaving me an hour to get the boys and Annie wedding ready. As I arrived back at the campsite I was greeted by the sight of Felix, Jay, Dan, Mark and Rich sat side by side in a field all resplendent in their wedding suits. They looked amazing. As I drove to the Abbey we encountered other suited and gorgeous people making their way from whatever accommodation they had procured to the wedding. Every seat was taken as Henry and Ele were married to a full house. Glowing and gorgeous, Ele was the epitome of a beautiful bride and Henry looked so proud to have her as his wife and Ele looked equally proud to have Henry as her husband. After fizz and photos Dan’s band including Felix on melodium, struck up with ‘Three little birds’, so singing and celebrating we wound our way to Arbro Castle for the reception. Tasty food and great speeches later, the tables and chairs were cleared and the dancing could begin. Jaygo rocked the floor not stopping untill I think he had nearly worn his shoes out. He danced so much he didn’t even notice the massive cheese board erected by the dance floor. All too soon it was time to get my tired beautiful children home. We left with smiles on our faces and sweet songs of melodies pure and true saying,’Henry and Ele this is my bloggage to you’.
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