Its one of those days that you just don't know that you're gonna get. I had been contacted by Sean about a year earlier. He was keen from the off and I love it when I get a client like that. Heading inside the M25 always frightens me and I was in Whetstone rather early just to cover my bases as you never know. Meeting Sean as I dropped off Darren I knew I had met a geniune and down to earth guy and now I was keen to meet Amiee. Luckily that didn't take long as she was only around the corner. There I met the nicest family I've had the luxury of working for. So many sisters and Bridesmaids and the most gorgeous Mother of the Bride and friendliest Father of the Bride. He had loads of stories and I was instantly taken in by them all. The church, from the outside, was unsuspecting but inside was a total beauty and hosted a heartfelt and geniune ceremony. The next step was getting everyone from North London, up the A1M to Knebworth. A routemaster bus took many guests and the rest followed. Once at Knebworth the chilly air kept everyone inside the Great Hall for most of the drinks reception. I was able to take Amiee and Sean out onto the rear lawn and use some of the fantastic features there. A wonderful meal followed and then it was time for speeches. They were everything I expected. Amiee's Dad was sincere and a bit emotional, Sean was playful and appreciative and finally the Best Man...well, he was in tune and on form. Some really great stuff and an analogy of marriage based on cars. Inspired. All that was left was the first dance and we were all caught off guard as shortly after it started when a number of the Groomsmen (and the Dads) appeared with sunglasses and a did a wonderful routine for Amiee which, as you can imagine, got right to her. It was a fantastic day!