Happy Friday everyone and congratulations on making it to another weekend. Well what has been this one week! So much change in Britain again, it’s hard to keep everything together. I have decided to live each weekend as if it is the last, we are making the most of the friends and family who are still able to watch, in whatever format! Saturday we are meeting another family, luckily there are only 3 of them so we are all allowed to meet together. We are going to an out door café and then for a scenic walk. On Saturday evening Nick’s mummy is coming to us (she is in our bubble) and we are going to an Indian takeaway. Dexter loves Curry, so we are treating him to the full kit and the Kabadal! Naan Bread, Poppads, Onion Bhaji! So I hope he likes it! On Sunday we are trying to get one of our favorite local restaurants to support local business if they have to close again soon! what are you? Are you reducing the load on your weekend, if things stop even further? However before that I have a California grand wedding to share this regularly with Sebastian Bechard Photography. Michelle and Stewart were married on 4 May 2019 in Elk, California. Their ceremony was held on a cliff top with the sea as a backdrop. While he was welcomed in a stunning barn with the most magnificent decoration. They used to hold ceremonies throughout the weekend to really make more and more time with their loved ones.
Romantic weekend wedding on the north coast of California
‘We used to match at Bumble. Stewart proposes to Michelle that we crawl to a progressive Brussels sprouts visiting the best offerings in the city. Michelle accepted enthusiastically, and she was not ashamed when I knocked my glass of water off the table at dinner and the whole restaurant calmed down. ‘
Michelle and Stewart are a sweet and super kind couple. They celebrate their wedding all over the shroud in the beautiful cafe cove venue. We used Sundays to put some couple photos close to the coast.
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