Setting the scene...

by Stephanie August. 15, 2017 954 views

Last Thursday we travelled to North Yorkshire for the wedding of our youngest son to the lovely Naomi. This was to take place over several days, with everyone based in the beautiful glamping site at Angrove Park. We arrived to find Naomi had everything under control, the tipi was almost erected ready for decorating. Friday morning saw both sets of parents, bridesmaid, and groomsmen fulfilling last minute details. MOB,(mother of Bride) MOG (mother of Groom)and SOB(sister of bride) set out to pick buckets of native english flowers for decoration and to collect the brides bouquet and buttonholes. My car returned so full of beautiful flowers there was hardly room for the passengers! After ensuring the flowers were well watered, the two immediate families changed and went to North Allerton Registry Office for the legal part of the weekend, Returning to Angrove Park in the early evening to join friends and extended families for a BBQ.

Picking the flowers for decorating the glade and tipi

Picking the flowers for decorating the glade and tipi

Boot and back seat full of flowers, others in buckets on laps.... What a delightful sight and smell!

Boot and back seat full of flowers, others in buckets on laps.... What a delightful sight and smell!

Smiles all round as the legalities are completed

Smiles all round as the legalities are completed

Family group -1

Family group -1

Family Group-2

Family Group-2

Misty moon rising over the Tipi

Misty moon rising over the Tipi

Forest glade lit for night time

Forest glade lit for night time

Lights lead towards the Honeymoon suite

Lights lead towards the Honeymoon suite

Fire pit creates a social area after the BBQ

Fire pit creates a social area after the BBQ

...from the picnic tables

...from the picnic tables

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Melanie Mackintosh 3 years, 11 months ago

Some more lovely photos to bring back happy memories.  I especially like the flower pictures and the moon over the tipis. Thanks, Mel xsmile

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