I had a great time laughing with the girls and was even privvy to an deeply emotional moment when Kim’s Dad saw her for the first time in her wedding dress. Special indeed. Shortly after it was a trip down the A3 to Tithe Barn and a wonderful ceremony by some of Hampshire’s finest Registrars. They really are a helpful and flexible crew. I can’t say that for all counties I assure you. The barn looked fantastic with the uplighters and the alcoves were adorned with some really funky ‘K’ and ‘H’ Hollywood lighting fixtures.
The sun shone and all the guests followed Kim and Huw out to take on the brisk February breeze. It was a noble effort but after 45 minutes or so the reality of the coldish wind took over and we all retreated back inside. With the soft ground it also meant that formals were much better suited to the balcony (which I always think looks quite nice). A lovely afternoon of canapes and champagne led us straight into the wedding breakfast, speeches and an almighty disco!