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London Thames River Wedding

These week I had a double wedding starting off with Dana & Daniels wedding in London! There was a lovely service held by a very relaxed and funny Vicar who made it really! After the service things really started to get interesting as Dana and Daniel had arranged for two old fashioned red double decker buses  to take all the guests from Morden to Putney Pier….except only one showed up. With one bus on the way around 40 guests including our bride and groom were left waiting to see if the other bus came. One hour after the service had ended we were still waiting but there was a hero amongst the guests. Andy ‘who was a London black cabbie’ came to the rescue as he had driven his cab there so popped round the corner to pick it up and whisked bride, groom and a few guests onto the next destination. The rest followed shortly in Uber cabs. This was the perfect example that even if things don’t happen the way you had planned them on your wedding day, that you have all of your groomsmen, bridesmaids and guests will come to your rescue and make your day a memorable one for all the right reasons!
After we had all made it to Putney Pier we boarded a boat where the rest of the wedding was held on. The live band and BBQ cooked and served on board was amazing and there was some heartfelt speeches as well. Many people also sent their congratulations from the bridges and riverbanks via waving and cheering! All in all I believe the happy couple had a wonderful day and a unforgettable time! Don’t believe me, just look at their faces below!
Please raise a glass for Dana and Daniel!

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