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With a London based couple who had no time to get out to Oxfordshire to oversee the build up to the wedding, this was a logistically challenging.
Set in the grounds of the groom’s family home with the couple to be only ‘rocking’ up two days before, this was all about planning and organising. Understanding the desire to ‘fuse’ both traditions together was key here, along with incorporating all the key elements that make James and Aisha the fabulous couple they are.  Their love of travel, her love of words and elegant food, along with his passion for music and DJing – all of these were such important factors that had to be considered at the planning stage.
There was a civil ceremony the day before for a small number of key family and friends, the ‘big day’ was a blessing incorporating Aisha’s Asian heritage followed by a huge wedding breakfast. The venue, whilst beautiful, presented many challenges which were all overcome and looked stunning on the day, the florals and evening lighting being a particular highlight for me.  There were so many external suppliers to look after here as the couple were very specific about what they wanted.  In the end it was stunning, with everyone having a ball – an evening party with 5 DJ’s playing, rounded up the perfect day and the guests partied late in the night.
I was back the next morning to turn it around for an after ‘wedding brunch’ with Bloody Mary’s and a food truck to help with those guaranteed ‘hangovers’!  An amazing time was had with so many wonderful memories being created.
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