The morning kicked off at the brides family home with the girls and the exception on one male, Hayden the couples little boy. The start of the bridesmaids preps were underway whilst the younger members of the party happily played games along with watching cartoons.
Once the beginning stages of the preps were complete we all made our way in convoy (loosing a bridesmaid on route) to Cain Manor in Farnham, Surrey. This was too be our venue for the day.
On arriving at the entrance to Cain Manor still in convoy, we all followed Greta’s 4×4 up the long winding bumping drive (wondering if our own cars, being lower to the ground, were going to make it up to the top in one piece lol) I’m pleased to say we all managed to arrive safely to the top with no casualties. On noticing Darren’s car in the car park upon our arrival, my initial thought was that I would of loved to of been in his passenger seat as he drove his sporty little number up the road we just traveled lol.
We made our way up to the bridal suite where the finishing touches for the bridal parties preps were completed. I managed a quick look in on Darren whilst he was also busy getting ready for the big day, along with his groomsman and his son Hayden. I must say all was going calmly in both parts of the Manor.
The guests on arrival were all welcomed with a glass of fizz to enjoy in the sunshine ahead of the ceremony. After the ceremony a very excited and proud bride escorted by her HUSBAND, led all there guests out into the courtyard to enjoy a drinks reception in the lovely Manor gardens.
The guests along with myself were all then seated to a splendid wedding breakfast followed by the wedding speeches where Darren announced to all that himself and his lovely WIFE Greta were expecting their second child together. After many congratulations and surprised faces everyone made there way back out into the afternoon sunshine to enjoy coffee in the courtyard.
The evening guests were also treated to a glass of fizz upon arrival, and the cutting of the cake. The cake was a beautiful 5 tier’s high but what the guest’s didn’t know was that the cake was hiding something. The groom took hold of a remote control and a replica of his own car came crashing through the bottom tiers. This was Darren’s own little touch showing his love and passion of fast cars. The evening was now well and truly underway with the wedding party taking to the dance floor to enjoy a disco and hog-roast to carry them through the evening celebrations.