After the emotional and touching wedding ceremony, Ben, Vikki and their guests headed to Timbsury Manor Estate, avenue which is a blank canvas with lots of room. The newlyweds decided to transform their reception into a fairground.
There was a village of bell tents, a bake off tent, a tent for children to play in and even a pamper tent, as well as a vintage carousel.
The food at the wedding was truly amazing – the guests are still raving about it now. There were roaming starters, consisting of mini burgers and hotdogs, served on slates, so the guests had something to tuck into as soon as they arrived.
There was a BBQ style main course, with lots of deliciously different salads, served buffet style which helped to maintain the laidback feel at the wedding.
In the evening the couple wanted their buffet to have a ‘Christmas day buffet’ feel, with cold meats, pickles, pork pies, crusty bread and different cheeses. The catering company, Keats, did not disappoint. It looked and tasted amazing – sadly Vikki was too busy partying to sample it!