There was so much to take we ended up with 2 cars and the caravan loaded up.
Before we started the reception room looked like this
and was transformed into this
by way of this
The ladders bought on ebay were fixed together to form the wedding arch
another room was transformed into the bar with EVERYTHING being transported up
I had amazing help from my Canadian friend with the bouquets
and whilst we were doing those and the button holes others were sorting tea and finding enough chairs, stools and bedside tables for 14 to sit and eat.
The evening wouldn't have been complete without the odd drinking game in bride v groom teams!
6-30am the morning of the wedding saw me doing more flowers
and turning up Jonathan's trousers
before I spent a quiet hour or so up at the venue finishing off the table decorations - (no pictures as no-one around) -
You would have thought that as the crow flies Becky was maybe a couple of hundred meters away she would be on time, but no she did it in style and was nearly 40 minutes late!
And here they are as Mr and Mrs
and with us
and our family
and I really like this one with Becky and Jonathan
a veil as light as a feather from Cheryl-ann Taylor
a delicious 'naked' wedding cake made by Fran
finished off by dancing in the moonlight (the Leeds and Rotherham Holts)
Clearing up the next day was the team effort that setting up had been and Natural Retreats was left as clean and tidy as it had been when we first arrived
and may they live happily ever after