On Friday the 21st June the new Mr & Mrs Coles married at a local church before carrying on celebrations here at Batch Country House, what a amazing day it was.
As all One hundred and fifty guests arrived looking rather glamorous, our staff were on hand ready to greet guest with a reception drink .The sun was shining which allowed everyone to take full advantage of the beautiful gardens here at Batch. Children enjoyed playing garden games while family and friends caught up over a glass of bubbly.
Olivia looked absolute incredible wearing a very simply but stunning gown, with her hair back and in a elegant flawless bun she really did look the perfect bride. On the day bridesmaids wore floor length emerald green dress’s while flower girls wore pretty dusky pink dress’s they all looking truly amazing. Sam certainly looked the part ditching his farmer gear for a rather dapper look (for one day only). Sam along with all his groomsmen and page boys wore black trousers white shirts along with braces and bow ties they all looked great.
Photographer Lee Hatherall did a amazing job as always, capturing the day making sure the new Mr & Mrs Coles had the most amazing pictures to look back on in years to come.
As Four O’clock arrived guest were invited to make their way into the Ivory Suit where Sam, Olivia and their parents were ready to greet everyone. The Room Looking fantastic with a dusky pink theme running throughout. Large floral arrangements acted as centre pieces on each table, while each place had wooden names and menus placed on folded white linen. The very talented Becky from Iris Betty and been working extremely hard on some stunning extras for the day from mirrored table plans to order of the days, dance floor signs to welcome notices the all looked great and certainly added that perfect finishing touch.
A yummy three course meal was served to all guests before speeches. The speeches started off in the traditional manor led by Olivia’s Father, followed by Sam then onto the best men who decided to surprise not only the bride and groom but the whole party with a rap which certainly went down well and provided many laughs to the day.
Onto the evening with the arrival of more family and friends the party really got into full swing. Enhanced Entertainment and the lapinski Brothers took to the stage and kept the dance floor flowing all night long with a fantastic range of music. From dance off’s to dad dances it was clear everyone has a amazing time.
A huge congratulations to the New Mr & Mrs Coles from everyone at Batch Country House. x