Elizabeth & William, big fans of musical theatre, were married at the Georgian Theatre in Richmond on the 23rd April 2011. The service took place on the stage and it was fantastic and theatrical as you would expect! A masked William made a grand entrance to the music of The Phantom of the Opera amidst darkness and smoke, he then threw his mask to the floor. Very dramatic! Elizabeth entered the stage accompanied by her mum in a dress by Poppy Bridal of Darlington, with ivory floral silk and an overdress and sleeves of ivory chifon.
 The stage was dressed with wonderful flowers by Joan Brown at Velvet Flowers, who also made the bouquets and the flowers at the Morritt Arms. William is actually training to become a florist himself and Elizabeth a tour guide.
 At the end of the service there was an explosion of confetti across the stage and rapturous applause. It was wonderful that it all went exactly as planned and it was great to photograph a service that was so different and exciting.
  The bride and groom were then taken to the Morritt Arms by Lovedub Cars  who are always really professional and great to work with. Their fantastic range of white VW beetles and buses make a really nice touch to any wedding.
 Their room at The Morritt Arms looked lovely, as ever, with a Lindt Bunny for all of the 150 guests and Rosie and Jim (who accompanied the bride and groom throughout the day) looking on from above the fireplace.
 Elizabeth and William’s biggest surprise of the day came in the form of a very special gift from Elizabeth’s mum – a brand new Volkswagen Camper Van! The happy couple were absolutely thrilled to bits and couldn’t wait to take it for a spin!
  Rosie and Jim and the red camper van also made an appearance on their wonderful cake by Robineau’s of Darlington.
  Everything about Elizabeth and William’s wedding was really well thought out. Every detail was taken into account and it showed. It was great to have been a part of such a fantastic day.

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