not sure if I will have time to do a proper narrative about the wedding and honeymoon but here follow 3 posts mainly filled with pictures and brief self-explanatory captions / descriptions. All I can say is that the three days were perfect (genuinely) and the best preparation / distraction possible for tomorrow. With all your help, support and love, I am going to knock this thing on the head!!
For those who’ve come to the blog late, a little reminder. Owing to the urgency of the situation, Anna and I got married on the second day it was legally possible to do so. We decided on the shortest form of ceremony possible, with the fewest people possible in attendance, simply to save time and energy. We then decided to include Anna’s family in the wedding brunch, as well as the photographer, our friend Paul (who was at school with me in Tanzania in 1963!)
Once this nonsense is sorted out, we will be having a big reception / party for ALL our friends, perhaps in the early autumn, so please don’t feel hurt if you weren’t invited. We had to keep everything very small scale to sort it in the very limited time-scale avaialble.
So here goes, in sequence