Britt and Bahi planned a unique wedding with a Hindu ceremony on the Friday and an English ceremony on the Saturday. The marriage was conducted at Morden Park
House a beautiful Grade II listed building, with bridesmaids, flower girls, and pageboys reflecting the colour theme in purple, pink and white.
Music for the service and to welcome guests to the reception was provided by David, a classical guitarist.
The afternoon reception in West Ewell in a grade II listed 19th Century mansion incorporating traces of an earlier 17th Century house set in glorious gardens.
Guests were welcomed with champagne, fruit juice and canapés while the Paul captured the official and essence of the day photographs.
The cake and flowers were skillfully prepared by Bahi’s sister and the décor included candles, chocolates and chair covers with organza sashes
in pink and purple.
The children played in the sunshine while the speeches celebrated Britt and Bahi’s union returning for ice cream at the appropriate moment
The evening disco entertainment was provided by Kevin encouraging guests to dance the evening to a close. Sabrina and Sandra switched roles
seamlessly throughout the day ensuring that guests and suppliers were appropriately
“Some of the parents seemed to have forgotten
that they said they didn’t want a childminder and left
the kids to their own devices in favour
Sandra and Sabrina did a great job of keeping them
amused! Very happy overall and would definitely
recommend you both.”
Photographer: Paul Bailey