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Molly & Joe - October '23

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‘At last’ was Best Man Charlie’s opening line to his last speech and we couldn’t agree more. Molly and Joe were childhood sweethearts, having known one another at school when they were just 13 and officially a couple by the time they were 14. 


It is so evident from the moment you meet Molly and Joe, and see how they interact with one another as a couple, just how in love they are and that’s why our job is so special. We welcomed our loved up couple to CHB for their first viewing in 2021 and two years later, with a matter of weeks before their 15th anniversary, they finally became Mr and Mrs Warsop!


We have had an extremely high calibre of organised Brides this season (lucky us!), but Molly was on another level and teamed with her hospitality experience, she thought about the logistics of the day too - what a dream! Joe will openly admit, as he did in his speech, that if anyone were to ask how wedding plans were going, his honest response was always ‘I have no idea mate’ as Molly had every single detail under control. Rightly so, Joe fully commended his beautiful wife for what an incredible wedding she had planned and we will second that! 


Joe was always so chilled throughout the planning process, supporting Molly with decisions, but equally happy to let her take the lead. We were completely thrown off guard with how nervous and emotional he was on both set up day and the actual wedding, which was so refreshing to see as we will always feel like Grooms think they need to remain composed and it’s the Bride prerogative to show their emotions.


It was our first time welcoming the extremely talented Millie Rose Florist on-site and boy did she impress! Molly’s Dad was an extremely talented carpenter, having handmade a hexagonal arch for the ceremony space alongside some benches for around the fire pit and some bar tables for casual drinkers. Millie adorned the beautifully crafted arch with autumnal foliage and seasonal florals which complimented the showstopper mezzanine piece to frame Molly and Joe’s neon sign. In fact, we predict that Millie, Molly and Joe have started a new CHB trend for the 2024 season and that the mezzanine bannisters will be floralled up more and more now that they have given our future couples some inspiration; it framed the bar area perfectly!


For an October wedding, you would assume minimal time would be spent outdoors but as if by magic, the temperature rose and the sun shone as the great British weather allowed Molly and Joe to enjoy the beautiful grounds and surroundings in the autumnal light. 


With an emotional ceremony done and dusted, the new Mr and Mrs Warsop were showered with confetti on the rear lawn before enjoying drinks and canapes to the sweet sounds of Lee Vann; the perfect way to kick start married life!


Meanwhile, the Woodshed was having the final touches made with the lighting of candles, the straightening of chairs and the tweaking of florals in readiness for guests to take their seats for speeches and dinner. 


We had a sneaky suspicion Molly and Joe’s friends and families would be full of fun and up for a party, and boy we weren’t wrong! So much so that the dance floor was heaving during Lee Vann’s soundcheck and he started his sets early! In honour of their beloved pets, Winnie the cat and Flo the dog, the ‘his’ and ‘hers’ cocktails for the night were chosen with them in mind; the Mojito was renamed ‘Flojito’ whilst our English Garden was assigned to Winnie because their garden is her favourite place to be. 


What a wedding. What a couple. Two people that were clearly destined to be together and two people we have loved getting to know.


Wishing you both a lifetime of love and happiness together xx


Photographer - Cara Zagni

Florist - Millie Rose

Caterer - Gold Leaf

Hire Equipment - Banqueting Hire

Musician & Evening Entertainment - Lee Vann

Photobooth - Stories

Suits - Moss Bros

Bouncy Castle- Hyperactivities


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