Kiah and Antony, what a lovely couple, happy and true to their love, they went through a lot together and here a short bit of their story:
"We met on a night out back in 2005 - he was out with his friends and I was out with mine. We struck up a conversation and exchanged numbers and here we are getting married nearly 10 years later! Our first date was somewhat awkward but very funny - we went to the cinema to see the film, 40-year-old Virgin. Not the best plan in the world for a first date, but it went well. In 2009, on what I thought was just a standard, fun weekend in London, Tony proposed to me in our hotel room. It turns out he had been planning it for months. I slightly ruined his original plan to propose over dinner when,coincidentally, I made a comment over dinner about how embarrassing it would be to be proposed to in public. Oops! I had no idea what he had planned for the evening." Kiah and Antony
We were honored to document their wedding day and be a small part of their beatiful day, along with the other supliers:
Wedding dress - Josephine's Bridal Collection
Florist - Fiori by Lynne - www.fioribylynne.co.uk
Cake - Sarah Louise Cakes - www.sarahlouisecakes.com
Hairdresser - Carolyn - Edward's Hair - www.edwardshair.uk.com
Make-up - Sharon John
Music - DJ Wayne Smooth
Invites - Handmade by bride and groom
Kiah loves art and craft. She draws, paints, sews and dabbles in photography and silversmithing. Tony is great lover of computers; he loves gaming as well as building and repairing them. They like Las Vegas, Spain and Paris most of all (so far), but would love to do lots more travelling in the future.
For the honeymoon, they're driving to Paris to spend a few days relaxing and one day at Disneyland Paris being really big kids!
"I don't think we really did anything out of the ordinary to prepare for the wedding. We tried our best to use the various plans and checklists available on the internet, but unfortunately that ll got thrown into chaos when my father-in-law-to-be passed away a month before the wedding. sometime even the best laid plans go awry, so we've just tried to enjoy the process and get as much done as possible. Both families helped us a great deal with the various preparations for our big day and we can't thank them enough. My maid of honour has also been awesome throughout!"