Today was the wedding of Jennie and Luke. We were blessed by beautiful sunny weather and Peabody was the usual reliable companion she has always been. Peabody and I arrived to pick up Jennie and her father and, as an added bonus, Jennie’s mother joined me up front for the short journey to the church. St. Mary’s, Broadwater is a Church of England parish church under the Diocese of Chichester. Amazingly, details of the original Saxon church mentioned in the Doomsday Book (1089) are still visible today.Jennie looked beautiful in her full white dress sparkling in the warm sunshine as she emerged from the church with Luke looking very dapper in his dark suit with aquamarine silk handkerchief and cravat. Following on were the bridesmaids in their amazing aquamarine dresses as the photographers scurried around to capture the happy couple as they were showered in confetti. Marvellous! The wedding party posed for photos outside the church and Peabody waited patiently for the short journey down to the Old Steine for more photographs. The reception was being held at The Dome, a beautiful Edwardian cinema in the heart of Worthing and is one of the oldest working cinemas in England, opened in 1911 – 23 years before Peabody was built! I wish Jennie and Luke every success and lots happiness together.
Edit 26/9/16 – Jennie posted this on Facebook: “JP and the lovely Peabody were FANTASTIC on our wedding day last week!!!!! What a gent, put us all at ease and really made the journey to the church and reception venue really relaxed and fun. Thank you JP for a very special part in our very special day. I have highly recommended you and Peabody to all! X”
What kind words. I feel very proud to be part of Jennie and Luke’s beautiful wedding.