What does an axe, ostrich and bouncy castle have in common? Sarah and Ross’s wedding.
What a fun day. Bridal preps first at the farmhouse where Sarah and Ross live with Ella doing make up and Sarah doing hair. Nothing dull here when you look out of the window to see Ostrich in the back garden. The ceremony was at Probus church; an imposing building in the centre of the village and Sarah arrived in a steam powered car. The weather was not kind but there were smiles all round as ushers held brollies for the walk down the path. Then a traditional ceremony with a couple of twists, the family dog attended the ceremony and behaved perfectly and Sarah’s dad played the trumpet during the signing of the register. Flowers supplied by Anna of Wedding flowers in Cornwall looked stunning. Out of the church there was another surprise in the form of a guard of honour with pitch forks. After a few photos with photographers Kendal and Harrison it was off to a marquee reception in the grounds of Ross’s parents house. Despite the rain the views were stunning and the giant marquee supplied by Coast to coast marquees provided ample space for drinks and nibbles. Harrison had brought along his photo booth in a suitcase which caused much amusement. The children enjoyed a bouncy castle in a second marquee. Catering was by Event Cuisine and was to perfection. Speeches were an experience with Sarah’s dad drawing comparisons between Ross and his criteria for the prize animals he breeds. No normal cake cutting here; just take an axe to a chocolate cake. Evening entertainment was by way of Kenow Groove’s jukebox, St. Dennis brass band and the Cornish Wurzells. Kernow hog roasters provided an evening buffet. Definitely a day to remember.