Great Fosters boasts some of the most incredible gardens I’ve seen in the UK and was the perfect place for Kim and Jason’s Jewish wedding. By the time I arrived, the birds were singing and the orange bricks of the 16th century royal hunting lodge glowed in the bright sunshine.
Kim and her maids looked fabulous in their matching silk robes as they were pampered in the stunning tapestry room. We could hear the chatter of guests arriving outside and the chink of glasses as the excitement built. When Kim was ready we headed down to the orangery ready for the marriage.
There were so many laughs and so many loving glances between Kim and Jason. Right next to them under the chuppah were their parents watching on as they made their promises to each other. Finally came the moment when Jason smashed the glass and everyone cheered Mazel Tov!
After a flurry of confetti, guests were greeted on the terrace with a champagne reception. I spent some time with the newly weds wandering through the stunning gardens. As we walked back we were called in for a delicious wedding breakfast followed by speeches and cake cutting. Then before long Kim and Jason were swaying across the dance floor before the Israeli dancing kicked off.
Kim and Jason, I hope you have a fabulous trip to Indonesia. Thank you so much for such an incredible day.
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Bridal Gown – Pronovias (from Teokath Wimbledon)
Grooms Outfit – Ted Baker
Bridesmaid Dresses – Monsoon
Hair and Make Up Artist – Cat Fransham
Stationery – Second Office Point
Florist – The Fine Flower Company