Helen & Pete

Helen & Pete didn’t let a miserable rainy March ruin their wedding day. Their happiness is truly infectious.

I met Helen and her bridesmaids for some bridal preparations in St Paul’s Hotel where we listened to a bit of Steps and all was pretty calm. Helen looked amazing in her lace gown from Berketex which she accessorised with some pretty blue shoes. Her bouquet was studded with tiny daffodils. Then it was off in a black cab to the wedding at The Old Rectory in Handsworth. Pete was waiting in his infamous Hugo Boss suit.

The ceremony was lovely and it was clear how happy they were especially as they cheered leaving as husband and wife. They braved the rain for some photos outside and then it was back to the canapes!The main hall was dressed with paper chains and more daffodils, the speeches were heartfelt and funny. The evening kicked off with Guinness cup cakes, sweets and some enthusiastic dancing. The highlight of the evening though was Pete playing drums in his band who Helen was originally a groupie for. They were fantastic and it was a great way to end the day.

We wish you both so much love and happiness for the future, you and your families are amazing we feel privileged to have been a part of your big day 🙂


3 responses to “Helen & Pete”

  1. Gill King says:

    What a great day it was and the lovely pictures brought it all back. I was so proud. I’m looking forward to seeing the rest of the phots. PS glad you liked the cup cakes.

  2. Patricia Southwick (Helen's Mom) says:

    Amazing pictures, I too can’t wait to see the remainder of them. It was a truely memorable day. The miserable weather did not hold anything back. They both looked stunning (especially the bride, of cause) and were radiant throughout the whole day. The meal was plentiful and the cupcake idea was a novelty idea and Pete’s mom did them proud. It only leaves me to say you don’t have to spend thousands to plan and organsie a wedding such as we all enjoyed at Helen and Pete’s, a truely wonderful day.

    Just a note :- They arrived safely in Luxor on Monday night (11/3) in temperatures of 26C. They deserve to relax in their 14 days of pure bliss as they have both worked so hard in order to make their wedding so special.

    Sorry I’ve wittered on, but I’m a Mom that should explain why. Thanks for everything. Pat Southwick

  3. Sarah says:

    Amazing pics of such a beautiful day 🙂 can’t wait to see them all!

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