I can't believe I have been writing this blog for 5 years now! Well another one starts and you will see that it starts earlier than ever this year. So far things looking busy so follow what happens in the next 12 months here.
So the year started and January was exactly what it should be ... cold. With snow falling throughout Catalonia Barcelona was saved and even the rain stopped for the ceremony. Rosemary and Ian were perfect, they wrote me great material to make their ceremony special and, as I said, the rain held off, it was cold but a great winter wedding.
It is a brave couple who marry on 11th February! It didn't rain, at least not during the ceremony, ok it was a bit cool, but the couple were too. 20 or so friends from around the globe and their dog Fiji did the right thing with the rings. A great day for all I think, even had the eye of Abby's father, a wedding photographer, very much on us and feel all were pleased with the outcome.
March 3rd was always going to be risky but when it is 10 years to the day after Stephanie and Hassan started going out it was a must. In the end we found a quiet part of their hotel for the ceremony since wind and cold meant that the beach wasn't an option. I had my youngest ever witness, Kaysan (3). Steph's whatsapp after the ceremony "Thank u so much for today Toby it was truly lovely was so emotional too". What more can you ask for?
Cristy and Ariel married on the most beautiful day possible, one of those days when spring is so much in the air it is everywhere. It was warm and the sun shone and magical things happened. There were two girls recording a video clip of the song "Cambia, todo cambia" who I couldn't resist asking to accompany us in this very small intimate ceremony ... and they did! Once again the photos were by Veronica and it was all very special ... congratulations!
What a perfect day, especially for kilts, and there were lots of them about. Katie and Jonny seemed happy and relaxed and the few comments I had after the ceremony were all very positive, unfortunately I had to jump n to the car and head off to the other end of the country! That having been said however, it was a lovely ceremony and juyst a pity the Welsh Crooner couldn't make it.
They laughed and laughed, and there was some lip quivering at vows, there were Danes and Brits and people from all over and the whole thing was great. Harriet did say that maybe she shouldn't have shared so much with me, I do always say however, that I never make things up, simply rephrase and make my own whatever I am sent! It was lots of fun and happy people at the end.
Wow, what a do! Paul sent me 10 chapters on Jenni and Jenni was never going to be out done so there was LOTS of material. Everyone seemed to have a great time and the feedback was very positive, I left them under the Sitges' sun out on the newly built deck in the Almiral de la Font, and all looked like it was ready to swing.
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