Angie and Philip celebrated their relaxed wedding in the Hertfordshire countryside, surrounded by 80 members of their close family and friends. Held in the Old Dairy at South Farm in Royston, a gorgeous grade II listed country house, the day came complete with roaming farm animals, an ice cream van and even a Chinese tea ceremony – a homage to Angie’s Chinese roots.
The Newlywed Couple
Having initially met by chance at a pub in North London – Philip had been en-route to his sister’s house before car problems obstructed his journey and he ended up in a pub car park. Philip and Angie started chatting, eventually swapped numbers and had their first date in Soho with drinks by the River Thames in June 2007.
Delayed by work commitments, the couple finally set off on a long-awaited ski trip to Austria in January 2011. 2000m high and near the top of the Patscherkofel Mountain, Philip and Angie stopped for a tea break beside a lone tree. It was here that Philip got down on one knee and presented Angie with a single diamond, white gold engagement ring. A ring that had been chosen on a secret shopping trip to Hatton Garden, London, the day before leaving for Austria.
Philip & Angie’s supplier list
Photography by: Patrick Stockley Weddings