South Lodge Hotel Wedding {Fiona & Anuraag}

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Most brides and grooms find it time consuming enough planning one wedding day – so I really take my hat off to Fiona & Anuraag who planned not just one but TWO great big wedding celebrations! In February this lovely couple went to India to celebrate getting married with Anuraag’s family and friends – a week-long extravaganza which sounded out of this world!  I was very honoured to be part of their English wedding celebration – a day of sunshine, music, feasting and laughter at the very gorgeous South Lodge Hotel, where guests from all around the world came together to celebrate.   And what an incredible day it was – following weeks of rain, the sun came out and shone all day long – bringing with it just such warmth and happiness.   Even the famous South Lodge huge rhodendron (the biggest in the country) came into flower, which was pretty breathtaking – like a great big flowery muppet (you can tell I’m not a gardener).  I love these two so much – I love their happiness and easy going natures, I love how close they are to their families and friends, I love the funky dancing at the end of the evening, but most of all I love their great big smiles which kept smiling all day long.  They make me happy just looking at these pictures!  Huge congratulations Fiona & Anuraag, you are absolute stunners xxx


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