Tracy and Anthony said their ‘I dos’ in the Abbot’s Hall at Notley Abbey and the bride walked down the aisle to Pachelbel’s Canon in D, performed by Vaults String Quartet. Tracy’s two sons walked her down the aisle and two readings were performed throughout the ceremony. They were ‘Us Two’ by AA Milne read by Tracy’s son and Anthony’s daughter.
Tracy hired Gail at Forever Green florist in Beaconsfield, Thame to design the wedding flowers for her special day. The bride chose to have dusky pink, Memory Lane roses, Baccara roses which were plum in colour and cream avalanche roses, along with lisianthus and silver season foliage. Tracy and Anthony ordered their wedding cake through Harper and it was a three tier iced design in a colour that matched the bridesmaids dresses. The wedding cake featured pretty tumbling geranium petals and included three different flavours of cake within each tier; red velvet, lemon and chocolate!
After their romantic wedding ceremony, Tracy and Anthony invited their 105 wedding guests into The Monks’ Refectory where they had a delicious wedding breakfast. There wasn’t a dry eye in The Monks’ Refectory when the speeches were being given and the couple are just so grateful that they’ve managed to bring two incredible families together.
Tracy and Anthony danced their first dance to ‘I don’t want to miss a thing’ by Aerosmith and their wedding guests filled the dance floor as the resident DJ at Notley Abbey played awesome tunes throughout the night.