Orchardleigh House wedding – Claire & Phil

It was RAF girls versus Navy boys at Claire and Phil’s amazing wedding in Somerset in September. Their lovely church ceremony down in Castle Cary was following by photos outside the church as guests mingled and enjoyed a glass of fizz. We all then headed back to the beautiful Orchardleigh House near Frome for reception in the grounds followed by dinner, speeches and finally dancing.

This wedding was packed with fun and atmosphere and we loved Claire’s wonderful touches – a bottle of Port and decanter sent to the boys at church and surprise live rendition of of the sea shanty “What Shall We Do with a Drunken Sailor” once the dancing had begun – bold move Claire!

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