Smokery Albury Wedding in the Surrey Hills

Amanda and Sandy’s May wedding was a beautiful celebration of love, held in the serene and picturesque surroundings of the Surrey Hills. The couple exchanged their vows in the comfort of their own garden, surrounded by their closest friends and family. 

Amanda was a vision in her Grace Loves Lace wedding dress, with intricate lace detailing and a flowing sleeves that floated as she walked down the aisle. Her hair and makeup were expertly done by Holly Louise London, who created a natural and effortless look that perfectly complemented the bride’s stunning dress.

After the ceremony, the newlyweds and their guests headed to The Smokery Albury for the reception. The venue, with its rustic charm and stunning views of the lake and marquee, provided the perfect backdrop for an evening of celebration. The reception was a feast for the senses, with delicious food, flowing drinks, and music that had everyone dancing the night away.

This Smokery Albury Wedding was catered by a street vendor, the name slips my mind but I will update as soon as I remember. Their chefs prepared a mouth-watering menu. As the night wore on, Amanda and Sandy took to the dance floor for their first dance as a married couple. It was a beautiful moment, filled with love and joy, and one that will be cherished by the couple for years to come.

Amanda and Sandy’s May wedding was a testament to the beauty of simple and intimate celebrations. By holding their ceremony at home and choosing a venue that was close to their hearts, the couple created a day that was truly special and unique. As the night drew to a close, Amanda and Sandy were surrounded by the love and warmth of their family and friends. It was a day filled with laughter, tears, and memories that will be treasured for a lifetime.

If you are considering booking your Smokery Albury Wedding, I would love to chat to you about your special day. Lets connect.

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