After their traditional church ceremony, it was time to celebrate! The couple and their guests headed to Westleigh House, a 19th century mansion house, which even has its own nuclear bunker.
The couple decided on this venue after meeting the coordinator, as it was local to where they lived and could cope with the mammoth guest list! 114 guests sat down to a wedding breakfast of leek and potato soup, followed by chicken breast stuffed with asparagus mousse, before enjoying traditional Eaton mess for dessert.
Numbers swelled to 302 for the evening party, where a hog roast was served and guests partied to both a live band, called the Accused, and a DJ who kept people going between sets. Cheryl booked singing waiters as a surprise for everyone, including Paul, and was thrilled when they got the whole room up doing the conga!