Here we are at the Monday after the weekend before, and I thought perhaps there might be a little of the anti-climax about this week, but, in fact, we're all still on a high from the wedding on Saturday!
The family all set off back to France this morning, but we are going to be seeing quite a lot of them during the summer months, so that makes it much easier.
First of all, I really have to say a huge "thank you" to my dear daughter (number 1) and son-in-law, who were such a tremendous help in the few days leading up to the wedding, and all the clearing up yesterday. They really are a fantastic pair, and I love them both dearly. My daughter said that she would be the official photographer for her sister's wedding, to save them quite a lot of money, and, my goodness, didn't she do a tremendous job, and I hope you will agree when you look at the photos.
As you can imagine, she took hundreds, but I think a lot of you are interested in seeing some of the action and to share the day with us, so, if it's alright with you, I thought I would post several photos on separate days this week. I am very conscious that I might start to bore you with too many, and I would hate to do that, but, hopefully, I will get the balance right to give you just a glimpse of the day that we had.
I honestly can't think of anything that went wrong. It all just seemed to go off so well, and we were delighted with every aspect of the day, from the marquee, to the (I'm sure you will agree) absolutely stunning flowers, to the food, and, last but by no means least, the weather!! I was secretly a bit worried about how Elijah (Eli) and Ruby Violet would behave whilst the actual ceremony was going on, but they were brilliant. No running around, or anything like that!
Anyway, without further ado, I shall share the day with you. Please do not think that you have to post a comment on all my posts this week. Just sit back and enjoy the view!
These were all taken in the garden before we set off for the wedding venue.