Ellingham Hall wedding
The flowers in the picture were the kind of thing that men put on their collars,
there’s a name for them . . . which eludes me for the moment . . .
buttonholes. that’s it. they’re buttonholes !
Steven, looking extremely smart, is grilled by a registrar,
not using a grill – as in – cooker,
but grilled as in . . . y’know. grilled.
then – flowers/buttonholes are affixed to lapels.
Upstairs, the girls are taking everything very seriously. . .
No caption needed for picture above
I think it could do with one . . .
go on, have some fun, make one up.
it looks like they’re singing !
Diana steps very elegantly into her shoes.
Then swooshes downstairs after the bridesmaids – in a perfectly co-ordinated fashion.
General wedding things happen,
people are extremely happy ( see the smiles 🙂 )
people read things, say stuff . . .
If you’re interested in technical terms,
this is called the recessional.
or it’s where the bride and groom walk down the aisle.
‘walking down the aisle’ sounds fine doesn’t it . . .
( recessional sounds just plain wierd in my opinion).
One peacock insisted on posing in Diana and Stevens pictures
( this bird was also spotted sitting on the window sill,
looking in at all of the wedding guests).
one of whom is striking a heroic pose involving a curtain.
Diana. a very. no, not very
an extremely, good looking girl.
Steven is a very lucky feller.
A most excellent set of speeches were delivered by the gentlemen.
A wedding cake was cut . . . and there was also a sweetie cart
(the children discovered the sweetie cart quite quickly).
We take a couple of pictures outside – and in the background . . .
you can see evening guests arriving . . .
cue : first dance : party time !
Thank you Diana and Steven,
for allowing me to make some pictures on your wedding day.
I enjoyed every minute – the day was filled with very good memories.