The wedding was the next day at St. Ebba’s Chapel in Beadnell. We scooted in to town just in time for the wedding, so the first glimpse we had of Jesse was him standing at the front of the church!
St. Ebba’s Chapel
the getaway van
On the ride to the reception we passed Bamburgh Castle
A church and graveyard with an ocean view
The reception was at Budle Bay House – a country estate on a hillside overlooking Budle Bay.
how very British...wellies lined up by the front door
happy groom and family
the inside of the house...kind of reminds me of where we got married
The tent adorned with hand-made fabric bunting
love this suit! And Jesse's mom looks beautiful in her hat
chandeliers and bunting
our awesome tablemates
After dinner we snuck out for a stroll through the gardens
some happy horses
We ran in to some more friends also out for a stroll; however the stroll was cut short by the “Ha-ha”!
This is an ha-ha. See, I was paying attention in Professor Dodd’s Histories & Theories class back in the day…
And then back inside to dance the night away! Congratulations Susie & Jesse!
the dance floor - note the kilt on the right!