Korina and Steven wanted ‘just a hint’ of Star Wars’ as their theme, it made me smile when they chose their wedding date May 4th (may the 4th be with you…) and I was fully expecting some costumes and maybe 1 or 2 light sabres, however, apart from the cake which included the Millennium Falcon in its icing everything else was quite traditional. Korina and Steven decided to get married at Southend Registry Office and have their reception at the Park View Suite, in Chalkwell Park.
Back to the Roslin Beach Hotel again for the wedding of Marina and Dean, we managed to get some lovely wedding photos on the sea front in spite of the cold weather. Marina looked stunning in an elegant dress from A Touch Too Wild, it suited her really well. Marina was a good sport and was happy to do some modelling for me to show off her lovely dress.
The children looked gorgeous too with Saffron wearing a very pretty dress and Samuel wearing a suit just like Daddy’s. Their outfits were handmade, tailored from scratch by Kim Cannon who has her own boutique in Southend.
Apparently the food was gorgeous and everything went well thanks to manager Jorge. Marina and Dean look very happy with their chosen venue.