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Saturday, 11 January 2014

A Very British Wedding at Victoria House

Arron and Sarah had a fabulously British wedding back in the Spring of 2011. Their wedding venue was the breathtaking Victoria House in Hamble, Hampshire.

Victoria House was built at the height of the British Empire and was originally part of the British Empire's flagship military hospital complex at Netley and still oozes class and the very best of Victorian Britain.

Sarah looked fabulous and her veil really set off her face and hair.

During their wedding ceremony, Arron looked at his gorgeous bride...a look which wonderfully portrays his feelings for her.

They were married in St Philip Howard Church, in Fareham which was very welcoming and the guests had tea and cake after their ceremony.

Arron and Sarah laid on a big red bus, resplendent with wedding ribbons, to transport their guests from the church to Victoria House. It was the perfect choice to add to the Britishness of the day.

Arron and Sarah of course had another British icon as their wedding car...

...and their choice of London Bus Red as their wedding colours, the whole ensemble looked very patriotic.

It was then off to the garden area of the Victoria House grounds for portraits...

...a lovely backdrop for portraits, it would even have been a perfect backdrop for a costume drama.

The room for their Reception was light and airy. Adorned with napkins and bunting the colour of a Guardsman's tunic, this too looked wonderfully British.

The tables were cleared and Arron and Sarah had their First Dance as man and wife...

...followed immediately afterwards by a very touching dance between Sarah and her father.

Arron and Sarah's wedding was full of love and gentleness...and was a wonderfully British wedding.