Monday, November 17, 2014

The wedding venue

 The tent where we dined was provided by the planner Lee-Anne from Sanojah's Weddings in a box.
 The serene grounds of Pollard's Mill.
 Guests were seated under the trees to view the ceremony.

 The 18th century sugar mill once used to grind  sugar cane  was the focal point of the ceremony.

 The planner Lee-Anne  was spot on with the decor. 
 Burlap and lace table runners with wooden lantern centerpieces.
 The cakes were placed on wooden slabs that I was asked to procure.
 I had also been asked to decorate the base of the cake slabs. I used begonia leaves and white begonias.

Last Saturday November 15th my baby girl got married.  The venue was at Pollards Mill St. Philip an eighteenth century sugar plantation . The serene setting was perfect and the weather behaved.  The wedding was planned and executed by Lee-Anne and Ralph her husband owners of Sanojah's Weddings in a box. I can recommend them for their excellent work.

 To be continued..........

3 comments:

  1. congratulations :) beautiful pics; I'm so happy for you & your family

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  2. Oh Helen, it's absolutely gorgeous!!! I am sure you must be one proud Mamma! Congratulations and may your daughter enjoy many wonderful years with her husband!

    Best Wishes,
    Sheri

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