Updated: Oct 28
From the first time I met Alice and Jason, their combination of friendly, kind and spontaneous personality with deep sense for life's adventure, arts, coffee , food and wine have all told me -we are in for a great wedding.
And OH YES we were!
They were not fussed about anything. These two simply had to make sure they chose the best venue for their wedding and in the midst of challenging covid situation, they were lucky to lock in a date at Old Woodhouse Manor - the Crown Jewel of Piccadilly.
Jason being in the food and wine industry have made sure the best choice of alcohol and drinks are flowing , paired with house-made dips, brisket and all smoked delicious foods.
They absolutely know how to set up the dream wedding from fairy lights to rattan chairs. As guests arrived, captivating tunes of folk and blues were sung live by Oliver Kabbani with his guitar. As the day unfolded into a magical groovy wedding party, Dj Craig played the beats.
It was the perfect wedding for Alice and Jason, a day filled with sweet memories of not only them but also their love ones celebrating with them, strolling through the secret gardens in the shade of century old magnolia trees, mingling and catching up at the paved courtyard.
In this challenging covid time , having the chance to celebrate with family and friends is certainly one of the most precious thing in life we could ever value. For this two, they embraced celebrating their love and union, enjoying the feel of day fading into night delighting in the echoes of beats, cheers and laughter.
Congratulations Alice and Jason.
The Newly Wed
Photographer: Michelle Kenney Photography
Co-Photo : Claire Pasion of Seasons Gathered
Venue:Old Woodhose Manor
Celebrant : Mark Basset
Florist: @bushbunches for bride and groom
Dj: Craig flanigan
Live blues guitar set: Oliver kabbani
Wedding dress: Natalie Rolt
Groom: Whillas and Gunn
Ceremony song: Ray Charles: come rain or come shine
First dance: arctic monkeys- baby I’m yours