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A Very English Wedding

Winchcombe, UK

Grace & Ed were married at Sudeley Castle, built in the 15th. century and home to Queen Catherine Parr, sixth wife of King Henry VIII. The morning of Saturday, February 18th. was an unseasonably warm but typically foggy English winter day. I headed off to meet the girls at the hairdresser’s and Matthew went to join the boys at Grace and Ed’s darling 17th century Archer’s Cottage. Grace, with her elegant chignon, wearing the same tiara worn by her mother at her marriage, so reminded me of another beautiful Grace, Queen of Monaco, from a bygo

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Grace & Ed were married at Sudeley Castle, built in the 15th. century and home to Queen Catherine Parr, sixth wife of King Henry VIII. The morning of Saturday, February 18th. was an unseasonably warm but typically foggy English winter day. I headed off to meet the girls at the hairdresser’s and Matthew went to join the boys at Grace and Ed’s darling 17th century Archer’s Cottage. Grace, with her elegant chignon, wearing the same tiara worn by her mother at her marriage, so reminded me of another beautiful Grace, Queen of Monaco, from a bygone era. The bride’s bouquet, and crowns of olive leaves and blossoms for attendants each had just one blue flower to set off the richness of the all white theme of the day...and each with thistle symbolizing Grace’s beloved father who had passed two months prior. Following a traditional Church of England ceremony, the couple took off to Sudeley Castle in a brand new gorgeous Aston Martin. Many thanks to Astrid Martin and Matthew at Sudeley Castle; Copeland’s Flowers for the most magnificent display; and Wesley House Catering for the sumptuous feast.

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Event planner: Astrid Martin with Sudeley Castle

 
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Grace & Ed were married at Sudeley Castle, built in the 15th. century and home to Queen Catherine Parr, sixth wife of King Henry VIII. The morning of Saturday, February 18th. was an unseasonably warm but typically foggy English winter day. I headed off to meet the girls at the hairdresser’s and Matthew went to join the boys at Grace and Ed’s darling 17th century Archer’s Cottage. Grace, with her elegant chignon, wearing the same tiara worn by her mother at her marriage, so reminded me of another beautiful Grace, Queen of Monaco, from a bygone era. The bride’s bouquet, and crowns of olive leaves and blossoms for attendants each had just one blue flower to set off the richness of the all white theme of the day...and each with thistle symbolizing Grace’s beloved father who had passed two months prior. Following a traditional Church of England ceremony, the couple took off to Sudeley Castle in a brand new gorgeous Aston Martin. Many thanks to Astrid Martin and Matthew at Sudeley Castle; Copeland’s Flowers for the most magnificent display; and Wesley House Catering for the sumptuous feast.

Featured in Cotswold Life Magazine
Event planner: Astrid Martin with Sudeley Castle

  • Posted by Beller-Jones
  • photographer Beller-Jones
  • venue Sudeley Castle
  • florals Copeland’s Flowers
  • caterer Wesley House Catering
  • event planner Sudeley Castle
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Grace & Ed were married at Sudeley Castle, built in the 15th. century and home to Queen Catherine Parr, sixth wife of King Henry VIII. The morning of Saturday, February 18th. was an unseasonably warm but typically foggy English winter day. I headed off to meet the girls at the hairdresser’s and Matthew went to join the boys at Grace and Ed’s darling 17th century Archer’s Cottage. Grace, with her elegant chignon, wearing the same tiara worn by her mother at her marriage, so reminded me of another beautiful Grace, Queen of Monaco, from a bygone era. The bride’s bouquet, and crowns of olive leaves and blossoms for attendants each had just one blue flower to set off the richness of the all white theme of the day...and each with thistle symbolizing Grace’s beloved father who had passed two months prior. Following a traditional Church of England ceremony, the couple took off to Sudeley Castle in a brand new gorgeous Aston Martin. Many thanks to Astrid Martin and Matthew at Sudeley Castle; Copeland’s Flowers for the most magnificent display; and Wesley House Catering for the sumptuous feast.

Featured in Cotswold Life Magazine
Event planner: Astrid Martin with Sudeley Castle

  • Posted by Beller-Jones
  • photographer Beller-Jones
  • venue Sudeley Castle
  • florals Copeland’s Flowers
  • caterer Wesley House Catering
  • event planner Sudeley Castle
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Grace & Ed were married at Sudeley Castle, built in the 15th. century and home to Queen Catherine Parr, sixth wife of King Henry VIII. The morning of Saturday, February 18th. was an unseasonably warm but typically foggy English winter day. I headed off to meet the girls at the hairdresser’s and Matthew went to join the boys at Grace and Ed’s darling 17th century Archer’s Cottage. Grace, with her elegant chignon, wearing the same tiara worn by her mother at her marriage, so reminded me of another beautiful Grace, Queen of Monaco, from a bygone era. The bride’s bouquet, and crowns of olive leaves and blossoms for attendants each had just one blue flower to set off the richness of the all white theme of the day...and each with thistle symbolizing Grace’s beloved father who had passed two months prior. Following a traditional Church of England ceremony, the couple took off to Sudeley Castle in a brand new gorgeous Aston Martin. Many thanks to Astrid Martin and Matthew at Sudeley Castle; Copeland’s Flowers for the most magnificent display; and Wesley House Catering for the sumptuous feast.

Featured in Cotswold Life Magazine
Event planner: Astrid Martin with Sudeley Castle

  • Posted by Beller-Jones
  • photographer Beller-Jones
  • venue Sudeley Castle
  • florals Copeland’s Flowers
  • caterer Wesley House Catering
  • event planner Sudeley Castle
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Grace & Ed were married at Sudeley Castle, built in the 15th. century and home to Queen Catherine Parr, sixth wife of King Henry VIII. The morning of Saturday, February 18th. was an unseasonably warm but typically foggy English winter day. I headed off to meet the girls at the hairdresser’s and Matthew went to join the boys at Grace and Ed’s darling 17th century Archer’s Cottage. Grace, with her elegant chignon, wearing the same tiara worn by her mother at her marriage, so reminded me of another beautiful Grace, Queen of Monaco, from a bygone era. The bride’s bouquet, and crowns of olive leaves and blossoms for attendants each had just one blue flower to set off the richness of the all white theme of the day...and each with thistle symbolizing Grace’s beloved father who had passed two months prior. Following a traditional Church of England ceremony, the couple took off to Sudeley Castle in a brand new gorgeous Aston Martin. Many thanks to Astrid Martin and Matthew at Sudeley Castle; Copeland’s Flowers for the most magnificent display; and Wesley House Catering for the sumptuous feast.

Featured in Cotswold Life Magazine
Event planner: Astrid Martin with Sudeley Castle

  • Posted by Beller-Jones
  • photographer Beller-Jones
  • venue Sudeley Castle
  • florals Copeland’s Flowers
  • caterer Wesley House Catering
  • event planner Sudeley Castle
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Grace & Ed were married at Sudeley Castle, built in the 15th. century and home to Queen Catherine Parr, sixth wife of King Henry VIII. The morning of Saturday, February 18th. was an unseasonably warm but typically foggy English winter day. I headed off to meet the girls at the hairdresser’s and Matthew went to join the boys at Grace and Ed’s darling 17th century Archer’s Cottage. Grace, with her elegant chignon, wearing the same tiara worn by her mother at her marriage, so reminded me of another beautiful Grace, Queen of Monaco, from a bygone era. The bride’s bouquet, and crowns of olive leaves and blossoms for attendants each had just one blue flower to set off the richness of the all white theme of the day...and each with thistle symbolizing Grace’s beloved father who had passed two months prior. Following a traditional Church of England ceremony, the couple took off to Sudeley Castle in a brand new gorgeous Aston Martin. Many thanks to Astrid Martin and Matthew at Sudeley Castle; Copeland’s Flowers for the most magnificent display; and Wesley House Catering for the sumptuous feast.

Featured in Cotswold Life Magazine
Event planner: Astrid Martin with Sudeley Castle

  • Posted by Beller-Jones
  • photographer Beller-Jones
  • venue Sudeley Castle
  • florals Copeland’s Flowers
  • caterer Wesley House Catering
  • event planner Sudeley Castle
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Grace & Ed were married at Sudeley Castle, built in the 15th. century and home to Queen Catherine Parr, sixth wife of King Henry VIII. The morning of Saturday, February 18th. was an unseasonably warm but typically foggy English winter day. I headed off to meet the girls at the hairdresser’s and Matthew went to join the boys at Grace and Ed’s darling 17th century Archer’s Cottage. Grace, with her elegant chignon, wearing the same tiara worn by her mother at her marriage, so reminded me of another beautiful Grace, Queen of Monaco, from a bygone era. The bride’s bouquet, and crowns of olive leaves and blossoms for attendants each had just one blue flower to set off the richness of the all white theme of the day...and each with thistle symbolizing Grace’s beloved father who had passed two months prior. Following a traditional Church of England ceremony, the couple took off to Sudeley Castle in a brand new gorgeous Aston Martin. Many thanks to Astrid Martin and Matthew at Sudeley Castle; Copeland’s Flowers for the most magnificent display; and Wesley House Catering for the sumptuous feast.

Featured in Cotswold Life Magazine
Event planner: Astrid Martin with Sudeley Castle

  • Posted by Beller-Jones
  • photographer Beller-Jones
  • venue Sudeley Castle
  • florals Copeland’s Flowers
  • caterer Wesley House Catering
  • event planner Sudeley Castle
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Grace & Ed were married at Sudeley Castle, built in the 15th. century and home to Queen Catherine Parr, sixth wife of King Henry VIII. The morning of Saturday, February 18th. was an unseasonably warm but typically foggy English winter day. I headed off to meet the girls at the hairdresser’s and Matthew went to join the boys at Grace and Ed’s darling 17th century Archer’s Cottage. Grace, with her elegant chignon, wearing the same tiara worn by her mother at her marriage, so reminded me of another beautiful Grace, Queen of Monaco, from a bygone era. The bride’s bouquet, and crowns of olive leaves and blossoms for attendants each had just one blue flower to set off the richness of the all white theme of the day...and each with thistle symbolizing Grace’s beloved father who had passed two months prior. Following a traditional Church of England ceremony, the couple took off to Sudeley Castle in a brand new gorgeous Aston Martin. Many thanks to Astrid Martin and Matthew at Sudeley Castle; Copeland’s Flowers for the most magnificent display; and Wesley House Catering for the sumptuous feast.

Featured in Cotswold Life Magazine
Event planner: Astrid Martin with Sudeley Castle

  • Posted by Beller-Jones
  • photographer Beller-Jones
  • venue Sudeley Castle
  • florals Copeland’s Flowers
  • caterer Wesley House Catering
  • event planner Sudeley Castle
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Grace & Ed were married at Sudeley Castle, built in the 15th. century and home to Queen Catherine Parr, sixth wife of King Henry VIII. The morning of Saturday, February 18th. was an unseasonably warm but typically foggy English winter day. I headed off to meet the girls at the hairdresser’s and Matthew went to join the boys at Grace and Ed’s darling 17th century Archer’s Cottage. Grace, with her elegant chignon, wearing the same tiara worn by her mother at her marriage, so reminded me of another beautiful Grace, Queen of Monaco, from a bygone era. The bride’s bouquet, and crowns of olive leaves and blossoms for attendants each had just one blue flower to set off the richness of the all white theme of the day...and each with thistle symbolizing Grace’s beloved father who had passed two months prior. Following a traditional Church of England ceremony, the couple took off to Sudeley Castle in a brand new gorgeous Aston Martin. Many thanks to Astrid Martin and Matthew at Sudeley Castle; Copeland’s Flowers for the most magnificent display; and Wesley House Catering for the sumptuous feast.

Featured in Cotswold Life Magazine
Event planner: Astrid Martin with Sudeley Castle

  • Posted by Beller-Jones
  • photographer Beller-Jones
  • venue Sudeley Castle
  • florals Copeland’s Flowers
  • caterer Wesley House Catering
  • event planner Sudeley Castle
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Grace & Ed were married at Sudeley Castle, built in the 15th. century and home to Queen Catherine Parr, sixth wife of King Henry VIII. The morning of Saturday, February 18th. was an unseasonably warm but typically foggy English winter day. I headed off to meet the girls at the hairdresser’s and Matthew went to join the boys at Grace and Ed’s darling 17th century Archer’s Cottage. Grace, with her elegant chignon, wearing the same tiara worn by her mother at her marriage, so reminded me of another beautiful Grace, Queen of Monaco, from a bygone era. The bride’s bouquet, and crowns of olive leaves and blossoms for attendants each had just one blue flower to set off the richness of the all white theme of the day...and each with thistle symbolizing Grace’s beloved father who had passed two months prior. Following a traditional Church of England ceremony, the couple took off to Sudeley Castle in a brand new gorgeous Aston Martin. Many thanks to Astrid Martin and Matthew at Sudeley Castle; Copeland’s Flowers for the most magnificent display; and Wesley House Catering for the sumptuous feast.

Featured in Cotswold Life Magazine
Event planner: Astrid Martin with Sudeley Castle

  • Posted by Beller-Jones
  • photographer Beller-Jones
  • venue Sudeley Castle
  • florals Copeland’s Flowers
  • caterer Wesley House Catering
  • event planner Sudeley Castle
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Grace & Ed were married at Sudeley Castle, built in the 15th. century and home to Queen Catherine Parr, sixth wife of King Henry VIII. The morning of Saturday, February 18th. was an unseasonably warm but typically foggy English winter day. I headed off to meet the girls at the hairdresser’s and Matthew went to join the boys at Grace and Ed’s darling 17th century Archer’s Cottage. Grace, with her elegant chignon, wearing the same tiara worn by her mother at her marriage, so reminded me of another beautiful Grace, Queen of Monaco, from a bygone era. The bride’s bouquet, and crowns of olive leaves and blossoms for attendants each had just one blue flower to set off the richness of the all white theme of the day...and each with thistle symbolizing Grace’s beloved father who had passed two months prior. Following a traditional Church of England ceremony, the couple took off to Sudeley Castle in a brand new gorgeous Aston Martin. Many thanks to Astrid Martin and Matthew at Sudeley Castle; Copeland’s Flowers for the most magnificent display; and Wesley House Catering for the sumptuous feast.

Featured in Cotswold Life Magazine
Event planner: Astrid Martin with Sudeley Castle

  • Posted by Beller-Jones
  • photographer Beller-Jones
  • venue Sudeley Castle
  • florals Copeland’s Flowers
  • caterer Wesley House Catering
  • event planner Sudeley Castle
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Grace & Ed were married at Sudeley Castle, built in the 15th. century and home to Queen Catherine Parr, sixth wife of King Henry VIII. The morning of Saturday, February 18th. was an unseasonably warm but typically foggy English winter day. I headed off to meet the girls at the hairdresser’s and Matthew went to join the boys at Grace and Ed’s darling 17th century Archer’s Cottage. Grace, with her elegant chignon, wearing the same tiara worn by her mother at her marriage, so reminded me of another beautiful Grace, Queen of Monaco, from a bygone era. The bride’s bouquet, and crowns of olive leaves and blossoms for attendants each had just one blue flower to set off the richness of the all white theme of the day...and each with thistle symbolizing Grace’s beloved father who had passed two months prior. Following a traditional Church of England ceremony, the couple took off to Sudeley Castle in a brand new gorgeous Aston Martin. Many thanks to Astrid Martin and Matthew at Sudeley Castle; Copeland’s Flowers for the most magnificent display; and Wesley House Catering for the sumptuous feast.

Featured in Cotswold Life Magazine
Event planner: Astrid Martin with Sudeley Castle

  • Posted by Beller-Jones
  • photographer Beller-Jones
  • venue Sudeley Castle
  • florals Copeland’s Flowers
  • caterer Wesley House Catering
  • event planner Sudeley Castle
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Grace & Ed were married at Sudeley Castle, built in the 15th. century and home to Queen Catherine Parr, sixth wife of King Henry VIII. The morning of Saturday, February 18th. was an unseasonably warm but typically foggy English winter day. I headed off to meet the girls at the hairdresser’s and Matthew went to join the boys at Grace and Ed’s darling 17th century Archer’s Cottage. Grace, with her elegant chignon, wearing the same tiara worn by her mother at her marriage, so reminded me of another beautiful Grace, Queen of Monaco, from a bygone era. The bride’s bouquet, and crowns of olive leaves and blossoms for attendants each had just one blue flower to set off the richness of the all white theme of the day...and each with thistle symbolizing Grace’s beloved father who had passed two months prior. Following a traditional Church of England ceremony, the couple took off to Sudeley Castle in a brand new gorgeous Aston Martin. Many thanks to Astrid Martin and Matthew at Sudeley Castle; Copeland’s Flowers for the most magnificent display; and Wesley House Catering for the sumptuous feast.

Featured in Cotswold Life Magazine
Event planner: Astrid Martin with Sudeley Castle

  • Posted by Beller-Jones
  • photographer Beller-Jones
  • venue Sudeley Castle
  • florals Copeland’s Flowers
  • caterer Wesley House Catering
  • event planner Sudeley Castle
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Grace & Ed were married at Sudeley Castle, built in the 15th. century and home to Queen Catherine Parr, sixth wife of King Henry VIII. The morning of Saturday, February 18th. was an unseasonably warm but typically foggy English winter day. I headed off to meet the girls at the hairdresser’s and Matthew went to join the boys at Grace and Ed’s darling 17th century Archer’s Cottage. Grace, with her elegant chignon, wearing the same tiara worn by her mother at her marriage, so reminded me of another beautiful Grace, Queen of Monaco, from a bygone era. The bride’s bouquet, and crowns of olive leaves and blossoms for attendants each had just one blue flower to set off the richness of the all white theme of the day...and each with thistle symbolizing Grace’s beloved father who had passed two months prior. Following a traditional Church of England ceremony, the couple took off to Sudeley Castle in a brand new gorgeous Aston Martin. Many thanks to Astrid Martin and Matthew at Sudeley Castle; Copeland’s Flowers for the most magnificent display; and Wesley House Catering for the sumptuous feast.

Featured in Cotswold Life Magazine
Event planner: Astrid Martin with Sudeley Castle

  • Posted by Beller-Jones
  • photographer Beller-Jones
  • venue Sudeley Castle
  • florals Copeland’s Flowers
  • caterer Wesley House Catering
  • event planner Sudeley Castle
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Grace & Ed were married at Sudeley Castle, built in the 15th. century and home to Queen Catherine Parr, sixth wife of King Henry VIII. The morning of Saturday, February 18th. was an unseasonably warm but typically foggy English winter day. I headed off to meet the girls at the hairdresser’s and Matthew went to join the boys at Grace and Ed’s darling 17th century Archer’s Cottage. Grace, with her elegant chignon, wearing the same tiara worn by her mother at her marriage, so reminded me of another beautiful Grace, Queen of Monaco, from a bygone era. The bride’s bouquet, and crowns of olive leaves and blossoms for attendants each had just one blue flower to set off the richness of the all white theme of the day...and each with thistle symbolizing Grace’s beloved father who had passed two months prior. Following a traditional Church of England ceremony, the couple took off to Sudeley Castle in a brand new gorgeous Aston Martin. Many thanks to Astrid Martin and Matthew at Sudeley Castle; Copeland’s Flowers for the most magnificent display; and Wesley House Catering for the sumptuous feast.

Featured in Cotswold Life Magazine
Event planner: Astrid Martin with Sudeley Castle

  • Posted by Beller-Jones
  • photographer Beller-Jones
  • venue Sudeley Castle
  • florals Copeland’s Flowers
  • caterer Wesley House Catering
  • event planner Sudeley Castle
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Grace & Ed were married at Sudeley Castle, built in the 15th. century and home to Queen Catherine Parr, sixth wife of King Henry VIII. The morning of Saturday, February 18th. was an unseasonably warm but typically foggy English winter day. I headed off to meet the girls at the hairdresser’s and Matthew went to join the boys at Grace and Ed’s darling 17th century Archer’s Cottage. Grace, with her elegant chignon, wearing the same tiara worn by her mother at her marriage, so reminded me of another beautiful Grace, Queen of Monaco, from a bygone era. The bride’s bouquet, and crowns of olive leaves and blossoms for attendants each had just one blue flower to set off the richness of the all white theme of the day...and each with thistle symbolizing Grace’s beloved father who had passed two months prior. Following a traditional Church of England ceremony, the couple took off to Sudeley Castle in a brand new gorgeous Aston Martin. Many thanks to Astrid Martin and Matthew at Sudeley Castle; Copeland’s Flowers for the most magnificent display; and Wesley House Catering for the sumptuous feast.

Featured in Cotswold Life Magazine
Event planner: Astrid Martin with Sudeley Castle

  • Posted by Beller-Jones
  • photographer Beller-Jones
  • venue Sudeley Castle
  • florals Copeland’s Flowers
  • caterer Wesley House Catering
  • event planner Sudeley Castle
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Grace & Ed were married at Sudeley Castle, built in the 15th. century and home to Queen Catherine Parr, sixth wife of King Henry VIII. The morning of Saturday, February 18th. was an unseasonably warm but typically foggy English winter day. I headed off to meet the girls at the hairdresser’s and Matthew went to join the boys at Grace and Ed’s darling 17th century Archer’s Cottage. Grace, with her elegant chignon, wearing the same tiara worn by her mother at her marriage, so reminded me of another beautiful Grace, Queen of Monaco, from a bygone era. The bride’s bouquet, and crowns of olive leaves and blossoms for attendants each had just one blue flower to set off the richness of the all white theme of the day...and each with thistle symbolizing Grace’s beloved father who had passed two months prior. Following a traditional Church of England ceremony, the couple took off to Sudeley Castle in a brand new gorgeous Aston Martin. Many thanks to Astrid Martin and Matthew at Sudeley Castle; Copeland’s Flowers for the most magnificent display; and Wesley House Catering for the sumptuous feast.

Featured in Cotswold Life Magazine
Event planner: Astrid Martin with Sudeley Castle

  • Posted by Beller-Jones
  • photographer Beller-Jones
  • venue Sudeley Castle
  • florals Copeland’s Flowers
  • caterer Wesley House Catering
  • event planner Sudeley Castle
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Grace & Ed were married at Sudeley Castle, built in the 15th. century and home to Queen Catherine Parr, sixth wife of King Henry VIII. The morning of Saturday, February 18th. was an unseasonably warm but typically foggy English winter day. I headed off to meet the girls at the hairdresser’s and Matthew went to join the boys at Grace and Ed’s darling 17th century Archer’s Cottage. Grace, with her elegant chignon, wearing the same tiara worn by her mother at her marriage, so reminded me of another beautiful Grace, Queen of Monaco, from a bygone era. The bride’s bouquet, and crowns of olive leaves and blossoms for attendants each had just one blue flower to set off the richness of the all white theme of the day...and each with thistle symbolizing Grace’s beloved father who had passed two months prior. Following a traditional Church of England ceremony, the couple took off to Sudeley Castle in a brand new gorgeous Aston Martin. Many thanks to Astrid Martin and Matthew at Sudeley Castle; Copeland’s Flowers for the most magnificent display; and Wesley House Catering for the sumptuous feast.

Featured in Cotswold Life Magazine
Event planner: Astrid Martin with Sudeley Castle

  • Posted by Beller-Jones
  • photographer Beller-Jones
  • venue Sudeley Castle
  • florals Copeland’s Flowers
  • caterer Wesley House Catering
  • event planner Sudeley Castle
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Grace & Ed were married at Sudeley Castle, built in the 15th. century and home to Queen Catherine Parr, sixth wife of King Henry VIII. The morning of Saturday, February 18th. was an unseasonably warm but typically foggy English winter day. I headed off to meet the girls at the hairdresser’s and Matthew went to join the boys at Grace and Ed’s darling 17th century Archer’s Cottage. Grace, with her elegant chignon, wearing the same tiara worn by her mother at her marriage, so reminded me of another beautiful Grace, Queen of Monaco, from a bygone era. The bride’s bouquet, and crowns of olive leaves and blossoms for attendants each had just one blue flower to set off the richness of the all white theme of the day...and each with thistle symbolizing Grace’s beloved father who had passed two months prior. Following a traditional Church of England ceremony, the couple took off to Sudeley Castle in a brand new gorgeous Aston Martin. Many thanks to Astrid Martin and Matthew at Sudeley Castle; Copeland’s Flowers for the most magnificent display; and Wesley House Catering for the sumptuous feast.

Featured in Cotswold Life Magazine
Event planner: Astrid Martin with Sudeley Castle

  • Posted by Beller-Jones
  • photographer Beller-Jones
  • venue Sudeley Castle
  • florals Copeland’s Flowers
  • caterer Wesley House Catering
  • event planner Sudeley Castle
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Grace & Ed were married at Sudeley Castle, built in the 15th. century and home to Queen Catherine Parr, sixth wife of King Henry VIII. The morning of Saturday, February 18th. was an unseasonably warm but typically foggy English winter day. I headed off to meet the girls at the hairdresser’s and Matthew went to join the boys at Grace and Ed’s darling 17th century Archer’s Cottage. Grace, with her elegant chignon, wearing the same tiara worn by her mother at her marriage, so reminded me of another beautiful Grace, Queen of Monaco, from a bygone era. The bride’s bouquet, and crowns of olive leaves and blossoms for attendants each had just one blue flower to set off the richness of the all white theme of the day...and each with thistle symbolizing Grace’s beloved father who had passed two months prior. Following a traditional Church of England ceremony, the couple took off to Sudeley Castle in a brand new gorgeous Aston Martin. Many thanks to Astrid Martin and Matthew at Sudeley Castle; Copeland’s Flowers for the most magnificent display; and Wesley House Catering for the sumptuous feast.

Featured in Cotswold Life Magazine
Event planner: Astrid Martin with Sudeley Castle

  • Posted by Beller-Jones
  • photographer Beller-Jones
  • venue Sudeley Castle
  • florals Copeland’s Flowers
  • caterer Wesley House Catering
  • event planner Sudeley Castle
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Grace & Ed were married at Sudeley Castle, built in the 15th. century and home to Queen Catherine Parr, sixth wife of King Henry VIII. The morning of Saturday, February 18th. was an unseasonably warm but typically foggy English winter day. I headed off to meet the girls at the hairdresser’s and Matthew went to join the boys at Grace and Ed’s darling 17th century Archer’s Cottage. Grace, with her elegant chignon, wearing the same tiara worn by her mother at her marriage, so reminded me of another beautiful Grace, Queen of Monaco, from a bygone era. The bride’s bouquet, and crowns of olive leaves and blossoms for attendants each had just one blue flower to set off the richness of the all white theme of the day...and each with thistle symbolizing Grace’s beloved father who had passed two months prior. Following a traditional Church of England ceremony, the couple took off to Sudeley Castle in a brand new gorgeous Aston Martin. Many thanks to Astrid Martin and Matthew at Sudeley Castle; Copeland’s Flowers for the most magnificent display; and Wesley House Catering for the sumptuous feast.

Featured in Cotswold Life Magazine
Event planner: Astrid Martin with Sudeley Castle

  • Posted by Beller-Jones
  • photographer Beller-Jones
  • venue Sudeley Castle
  • florals Copeland’s Flowers
  • caterer Wesley House Catering
  • event planner Sudeley Castle
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Grace & Ed were married at Sudeley Castle, built in the 15th. century and home to Queen Catherine Parr, sixth wife of King Henry VIII. The morning of Saturday, February 18th. was an unseasonably warm but typically foggy English winter day. I headed off to meet the girls at the hairdresser’s and Matthew went to join the boys at Grace and Ed’s darling 17th century Archer’s Cottage. Grace, with her elegant chignon, wearing the same tiara worn by her mother at her marriage, so reminded me of another beautiful Grace, Queen of Monaco, from a bygone era. The bride’s bouquet, and crowns of olive leaves and blossoms for attendants each had just one blue flower to set off the richness of the all white theme of the day...and each with thistle symbolizing Grace’s beloved father who had passed two months prior. Following a traditional Church of England ceremony, the couple took off to Sudeley Castle in a brand new gorgeous Aston Martin. Many thanks to Astrid Martin and Matthew at Sudeley Castle; Copeland’s Flowers for the most magnificent display; and Wesley House Catering for the sumptuous feast.

Featured in Cotswold Life Magazine
Event planner: Astrid Martin with Sudeley Castle

  • Posted by Beller-Jones
  • photographer Beller-Jones
  • venue Sudeley Castle
  • florals Copeland’s Flowers
  • caterer Wesley House Catering
  • event planner Sudeley Castle
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Grace & Ed were married at Sudeley Castle, built in the 15th. century and home to Queen Catherine Parr, sixth wife of King Henry VIII. The morning of Saturday, February 18th. was an unseasonably warm but typically foggy English winter day. I headed off to meet the girls at the hairdresser’s and Matthew went to join the boys at Grace and Ed’s darling 17th century Archer’s Cottage. Grace, with her elegant chignon, wearing the same tiara worn by her mother at her marriage, so reminded me of another beautiful Grace, Queen of Monaco, from a bygone era. The bride’s bouquet, and crowns of olive leaves and blossoms for attendants each had just one blue flower to set off the richness of the all white theme of the day...and each with thistle symbolizing Grace’s beloved father who had passed two months prior. Following a traditional Church of England ceremony, the couple took off to Sudeley Castle in a brand new gorgeous Aston Martin. Many thanks to Astrid Martin and Matthew at Sudeley Castle; Copeland’s Flowers for the most magnificent display; and Wesley House Catering for the sumptuous feast.

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Event planner: Astrid Martin with Sudeley Castle

  • Posted by Beller-Jones
  • photographer Beller-Jones
  • venue Sudeley Castle
  • florals Copeland’s Flowers
  • caterer Wesley House Catering
  • event planner Sudeley Castle
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Grace & Ed were married at Sudeley Castle, built in the 15th. century and home to Queen Catherine Parr, sixth wife of King Henry VIII. The morning of Saturday, February 18th. was an unseasonably warm but typically foggy English winter day. I headed off to meet the girls at the hairdresser’s and Matthew went to join the boys at Grace and Ed’s darling 17th century Archer’s Cottage. Grace, with her elegant chignon, wearing the same tiara worn by her mother at her marriage, so reminded me of another beautiful Grace, Queen of Monaco, from a bygone era. The bride’s bouquet, and crowns of olive leaves and blossoms for attendants each had just one blue flower to set off the richness of the all white theme of the day...and each with thistle symbolizing Grace’s beloved father who had passed two months prior. Following a traditional Church of England ceremony, the couple took off to Sudeley Castle in a brand new gorgeous Aston Martin. Many thanks to Astrid Martin and Matthew at Sudeley Castle; Copeland’s Flowers for the most magnificent display; and Wesley House Catering for the sumptuous feast.

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Event planner: Astrid Martin with Sudeley Castle

  • Posted by Beller-Jones
  • photographer Beller-Jones
  • venue Sudeley Castle
  • florals Copeland’s Flowers
  • caterer Wesley House Catering
  • event planner Sudeley Castle
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Grace & Ed were married at Sudeley Castle, built in the 15th. century and home to Queen Catherine Parr, sixth wife of King Henry VIII. The morning of Saturday, February 18th. was an unseasonably warm but typically foggy English winter day. I headed off to meet the girls at the hairdresser’s and Matthew went to join the boys at Grace and Ed’s darling 17th century Archer’s Cottage. Grace, with her elegant chignon, wearing the same tiara worn by her mother at her marriage, so reminded me of another beautiful Grace, Queen of Monaco, from a bygone era. The bride’s bouquet, and crowns of olive leaves and blossoms for attendants each had just one blue flower to set off the richness of the all white theme of the day...and each with thistle symbolizing Grace’s beloved father who had passed two months prior. Following a traditional Church of England ceremony, the couple took off to Sudeley Castle in a brand new gorgeous Aston Martin. Many thanks to Astrid Martin and Matthew at Sudeley Castle; Copeland’s Flowers for the most magnificent display; and Wesley House Catering for the sumptuous feast.

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Event planner: Astrid Martin with Sudeley Castle

  • Posted by Beller-Jones
  • photographer Beller-Jones
  • venue Sudeley Castle
  • florals Copeland’s Flowers
  • caterer Wesley House Catering
  • event planner Sudeley Castle
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Grace & Ed were married at Sudeley Castle, built in the 15th. century and home to Queen Catherine Parr, sixth wife of King Henry VIII. The morning of Saturday, February 18th. was an unseasonably warm but typically foggy English winter day. I headed off to meet the girls at the hairdresser’s and Matthew went to join the boys at Grace and Ed’s darling 17th century Archer’s Cottage. Grace, with her elegant chignon, wearing the same tiara worn by her mother at her marriage, so reminded me of another beautiful Grace, Queen of Monaco, from a bygone era. The bride’s bouquet, and crowns of olive leaves and blossoms for attendants each had just one blue flower to set off the richness of the all white theme of the day...and each with thistle symbolizing Grace’s beloved father who had passed two months prior. Following a traditional Church of England ceremony, the couple took off to Sudeley Castle in a brand new gorgeous Aston Martin. Many thanks to Astrid Martin and Matthew at Sudeley Castle; Copeland’s Flowers for the most magnificent display; and Wesley House Catering for the sumptuous feast.

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Event planner: Astrid Martin with Sudeley Castle

  • Posted by Beller-Jones
  • photographer Beller-Jones
  • venue Sudeley Castle
  • florals Copeland’s Flowers
  • caterer Wesley House Catering
  • event planner Sudeley Castle
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Grace & Ed were married at Sudeley Castle, built in the 15th. century and home to Queen Catherine Parr, sixth wife of King Henry VIII. The morning of Saturday, February 18th. was an unseasonably warm but typically foggy English winter day. I headed off to meet the girls at the hairdresser’s and Matthew went to join the boys at Grace and Ed’s darling 17th century Archer’s Cottage. Grace, with her elegant chignon, wearing the same tiara worn by her mother at her marriage, so reminded me of another beautiful Grace, Queen of Monaco, from a bygone era. The bride’s bouquet, and crowns of olive leaves and blossoms for attendants each had just one blue flower to set off the richness of the all white theme of the day...and each with thistle symbolizing Grace’s beloved father who had passed two months prior. Following a traditional Church of England ceremony, the couple took off to Sudeley Castle in a brand new gorgeous Aston Martin. Many thanks to Astrid Martin and Matthew at Sudeley Castle; Copeland’s Flowers for the most magnificent display; and Wesley House Catering for the sumptuous feast.

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Event planner: Astrid Martin with Sudeley Castle

  • Posted by Beller-Jones
  • photographer Beller-Jones
  • venue Sudeley Castle
  • florals Copeland’s Flowers
  • caterer Wesley House Catering
  • event planner Sudeley Castle
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Grace & Ed were married at Sudeley Castle, built in the 15th. century and home to Queen Catherine Parr, sixth wife of King Henry VIII. The morning of Saturday, February 18th. was an unseasonably warm but typically foggy English winter day. I headed off to meet the girls at the hairdresser’s and Matthew went to join the boys at Grace and Ed’s darling 17th century Archer’s Cottage. Grace, with her elegant chignon, wearing the same tiara worn by her mother at her marriage, so reminded me of another beautiful Grace, Queen of Monaco, from a bygone era. The bride’s bouquet, and crowns of olive leaves and blossoms for attendants each had just one blue flower to set off the richness of the all white theme of the day...and each with thistle symbolizing Grace’s beloved father who had passed two months prior. Following a traditional Church of England ceremony, the couple took off to Sudeley Castle in a brand new gorgeous Aston Martin. Many thanks to Astrid Martin and Matthew at Sudeley Castle; Copeland’s Flowers for the most magnificent display; and Wesley House Catering for the sumptuous feast.

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Event planner: Astrid Martin with Sudeley Castle

  • Posted by Beller-Jones
  • photographer Beller-Jones
  • venue Sudeley Castle
  • florals Copeland’s Flowers
  • caterer Wesley House Catering
  • event planner Sudeley Castle
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Grace & Ed were married at Sudeley Castle, built in the 15th. century and home to Queen Catherine Parr, sixth wife of King Henry VIII. The morning of Saturday, February 18th. was an unseasonably warm but typically foggy English winter day. I headed off to meet the girls at the hairdresser’s and Matthew went to join the boys at Grace and Ed’s darling 17th century Archer’s Cottage. Grace, with her elegant chignon, wearing the same tiara worn by her mother at her marriage, so reminded me of another beautiful Grace, Queen of Monaco, from a bygone era. The bride’s bouquet, and crowns of olive leaves and blossoms for attendants each had just one blue flower to set off the richness of the all white theme of the day...and each with thistle symbolizing Grace’s beloved father who had passed two months prior. Following a traditional Church of England ceremony, the couple took off to Sudeley Castle in a brand new gorgeous Aston Martin. Many thanks to Astrid Martin and Matthew at Sudeley Castle; Copeland’s Flowers for the most magnificent display; and Wesley House Catering for the sumptuous feast.

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Event planner: Astrid Martin with Sudeley Castle

  • Posted by Beller-Jones
  • photographer Beller-Jones
  • venue Sudeley Castle
  • florals Copeland’s Flowers
  • caterer Wesley House Catering
  • event planner Sudeley Castle
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Grace & Ed were married at Sudeley Castle, built in the 15th. century and home to Queen Catherine Parr, sixth wife of King Henry VIII. The morning of Saturday, February 18th. was an unseasonably warm but typically foggy English winter day. I headed off to meet the girls at the hairdresser’s and Matthew went to join the boys at Grace and Ed’s darling 17th century Archer’s Cottage. Grace, with her elegant chignon, wearing the same tiara worn by her mother at her marriage, so reminded me of another beautiful Grace, Queen of Monaco, from a bygone era. The bride’s bouquet, and crowns of olive leaves and blossoms for attendants each had just one blue flower to set off the richness of the all white theme of the day...and each with thistle symbolizing Grace’s beloved father who had passed two months prior. Following a traditional Church of England ceremony, the couple took off to Sudeley Castle in a brand new gorgeous Aston Martin. Many thanks to Astrid Martin and Matthew at Sudeley Castle; Copeland’s Flowers for the most magnificent display; and Wesley House Catering for the sumptuous feast.

Featured in Cotswold Life Magazine
Event planner: Astrid Martin with Sudeley Castle

  • Posted by Beller-Jones
  • photographer Beller-Jones
  • venue Sudeley Castle
  • florals Copeland’s Flowers
  • caterer Wesley House Catering
  • event planner Sudeley Castle
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Grace & Ed were married at Sudeley Castle, built in the 15th. century and home to Queen Catherine Parr, sixth wife of King Henry VIII. The morning of Saturday, February 18th. was an unseasonably warm but typically foggy English winter day. I headed off to meet the girls at the hairdresser’s and Matthew went to join the boys at Grace and Ed’s darling 17th century Archer’s Cottage. Grace, with her elegant chignon, wearing the same tiara worn by her mother at her marriage, so reminded me of another beautiful Grace, Queen of Monaco, from a bygone era. The bride’s bouquet, and crowns of olive leaves and blossoms for attendants each had just one blue flower to set off the richness of the all white theme of the day...and each with thistle symbolizing Grace’s beloved father who had passed two months prior. Following a traditional Church of England ceremony, the couple took off to Sudeley Castle in a brand new gorgeous Aston Martin. Many thanks to Astrid Martin and Matthew at Sudeley Castle; Copeland’s Flowers for the most magnificent display; and Wesley House Catering for the sumptuous feast.

Featured in Cotswold Life Magazine
Event planner: Astrid Martin with Sudeley Castle

  • Posted by Beller-Jones
  • photographer Beller-Jones
  • venue Sudeley Castle
  • florals Copeland’s Flowers
  • caterer Wesley House Catering
  • event planner Sudeley Castle
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Grace & Ed were married at Sudeley Castle, built in the 15th. century and home to Queen Catherine Parr, sixth wife of King Henry VIII. The morning of Saturday, February 18th. was an unseasonably warm but typically foggy English winter day. I headed off to meet the girls at the hairdresser’s and Matthew went to join the boys at Grace and Ed’s darling 17th century Archer’s Cottage. Grace, with her elegant chignon, wearing the same tiara worn by her mother at her marriage, so reminded me of another beautiful Grace, Queen of Monaco, from a bygone era. The bride’s bouquet, and crowns of olive leaves and blossoms for attendants each had just one blue flower to set off the richness of the all white theme of the day...and each with thistle symbolizing Grace’s beloved father who had passed two months prior. Following a traditional Church of England ceremony, the couple took off to Sudeley Castle in a brand new gorgeous Aston Martin. Many thanks to Astrid Martin and Matthew at Sudeley Castle; Copeland’s Flowers for the most magnificent display; and Wesley House Catering for the sumptuous feast.

Featured in Cotswold Life Magazine
Event planner: Astrid Martin with Sudeley Castle

  • Posted by Beller-Jones
  • photographer Beller-Jones
  • venue Sudeley Castle
  • florals Copeland’s Flowers
  • caterer Wesley House Catering
  • event planner Sudeley Castle
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