Ross and Kelly – Ashton Memorial wedding
For their Ashton Memorial wedding Ross and Kelly had planned everything in such detail. One thing they just couldn’t plan was the weather.
Call me weird, heck a lot of people do. But I love rain and on a wedding day it certainly doesn’t detract. As older generations will tell you, its supposed to be good luck.
The guests wouldn’t have congregated inside and talked so much. The bridesmaids wouldn’t have rushed so comically to be under the canopy of the memorial. The confetti throwing wouldn’t have been so jam packed outside the doors (there was a real fear of spreading out and getting wet). Then there’s the aesthetic level of the rain drops on surfaces. The beauty of that MGB. The richness of its British racing green bodywork. Well that would’ve been lost on a blindingly bright sunny day.
They made of the most of it. When we arrived back at the Mill the skies had cleared. It very rarely rains all day at a wedding. Lawn games began. A very intense few rounds of limbo and very competitive gentlemen made for interesting viewing. Questionable techniques and bad excused were used.
The canal’s towpath was the perfect place to explore with Ross and Kelly. Kelly hitched up her dress and off we went. Its postcard scenery down there. Who would’ve thought you were so close to Lancaster.
We arrived back to a cleared room ready for the evening celebrations. guests gathered round for the cake cutting followed by the first dance. Ross and Kelly you were both such a pleasure to be around. Thank you for having me.
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Venues – Ashton Memorial / The Mill at Conder Green