All Saints the Old Chapel wedding reception
According to a nearly 200-year-old law, marriages previously were only allowed to take place between the hours of 8am and 6 in the afternoon. This rule was imposed because the lack of lighting outside these hours would mean that vicars and registrars would have trouble identifying brides and grooms. Thankfully in the 21st century you can not only get married but you can party outside these traditional hours :-). Julia and Leo truly embraced the occasion at their stunning All Saints the Old Chapel wedding reception.
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Las Vegas, their original wedding destination was brought down to Eastbourne. A clearly eclectic night with quintessential neon lights, roulette tables and jackpots. Every little detail drifted you to far-far away places. What great and fun-filled occasion for such a lovely couple. I wish you, Julia and Leo a very happy marriage and a fabulous honeymoon in Vegas :-). x You have both already hit the jackpot with each other!
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