Sarita and Chris are both a gorgeous couple on the outside and definitely inside too.
Venue – So we have been to Inglewood Manor many years ago but for me it felt like a new visit. Firstly we want to say how fantastic the wedding coordinator was I believe his name was Martin. We visit a lot of wedding venues and it makes such a difference when they have someone running the show that remains calm, has a smile and is genuinely helpful. I don’t think the bride and groom notice these things behind the scenes but we do and this venue was outstanding. Secondly I want to say the gardens are amazing and so well thought out just stunning.
Dress – well the back details has to be the outstanding feature of the dress for me. Beautiful intricate bead work along the criss cross straps just looked unbelievable.
Fave bits – well to be honest I usually pick something tangible here but honestly my favourite memory of the day had to be Sarita’s smile. She smiled all day and it honestly filtered through to everyone on their wedding day.
Here is their story –
We met at the gym, well he saw me there and he decided to send me a message on Facebook. Three years after we met it was my big 30th birthday and he took me to New York. On the Friday 29th July 2016 he decides to propose at the Empire State Building. We went to see three venues and the third was Inglewood Manor. That was it; I fell in love with it.
We had a lovely lady making our cake, the company name is Cavendish cakes. She did an amazing job.
Dj was Ian Sparks, he normally works for the venue.
Live music was Callum Mac, he went to the programme The Voice in London 2 years ago and he was picked for Rita Ora.