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“A beautiful wedding set at the bride’s family home in rural Oxfordshire.
After a church service the bride and groom arrived at their wedding reception in a 1950s Land Rover. Open top vintage buses delivered the guests to a Champagne reception in the main garden of the house. As guests entered, they were welcomed by the bluesy sway of a roaming band. The garden had been transformed into a true culinary spectacle – there was an open BBQ, where chefs grilled succulent scallops and lobsters, oyster shuckers unveiling briny treasures and an Iberian ham stall bringing the flavours of Spain to this theatrical country wedding reception.
Guests were then led from the reception lawn along a beautifully festoon lit pathway to the dining marquee. The marquee was a wooden orangery structure with a botanical lining, each leg dressed in silver birch – guests were in awe of its rustic allure. The tables were adorned in a mass of candle lights and a scattering of bud vases filled with pastel pink and green flowers. Amidst the wooden beams hung elegant pea lighting enhancing the marquee’s intimate charm.
Guests enjoyed a bespoke menu of local BBQ’d rib of beef, perfectly complemeted by vibrant Ottolenghi salads and topped off with mouth-watering canapé-style desserts. Between courses the roaming band weaved through the dining tables. As dinner ended…. the unexpected happened – the band climbed onto the tables serenading guests amidst laughter and clinking glasses. In an infectious wave, laughing and singing, guests climbed onto their chairs and joined in the party!
Fuelled by cocktails guests danced the night away to live bands, DJs and live percussion. Late night bites circulated the dance floor and the affogato station kept guests energised long into the early hours of the morning pouring rich shots of espresso coffee over velvety scoops of ice-cream!!
This Autumnal country wedding was truly unforgettable and guests left with memories to last a lifetime….”