You know I don't put photos of people on here without their permission so I took some shots especially with the blog in mind.
There was a Champagne Fountain and this amazing croquembouche that the groom's Mother made. It ( they - the cream puffs, held together with spun toffee ) was delicious .
The tables all had names of different fishing flies as the groom ( and more recently the bride ) are keen trout fishers.
Our table was the Scotch Poacher, a fly used in the evening or low light.The beeswax candles were made by the groom from his own 3 beehives.
There were lots of flowers as the bride, who is a lawyer has also been a florist, so even on the cake.
The bride's Mother made a large heart wreath with fresh red roses that was hanging in the garden to stand behind for photos.
The show stealing moment was at the ceremony where the ring bearer just 16 months old toddled up the grass slope, fell, grinned, got up again and kept going to make his delivery amid great applause from everyone. So, so cute .
We had a lovely evening out with much talk and laughter with old friends and young ones alike.
I hope the newly married couple have a long and happy life together.