A Labyrinth Wedding Ceremony is of special significance. Astrid and Patrick entered the Labyrinth and then each took a separate path, meeting again in the middle, symbolising the different paths they had been on before they met. They embraced the present as they celebrated their wedding vows and celebrated their future together as they left the Labyrinth on the same path.
Astrid and Patrick were surrounded by family from America, Denmark and England for their wedding celebrations.
There was a wonderful atmosphere at the rehearsal with happy greetings, smiles, laughter and sharing of memories.
A beautiful High Tea was provided and, after our rehearsal we slipped away, leaving the family to spend their evening visiting some beautiful local hostelries.
The wedding day was hot and sunny, the guests were dressed to impress and the Labyrinth was decorated with beautiful flowers.
White chairs had been placed around the edge of the Labyrinth and a harpist, flautist and violinist played music as the guests took their seats.
Astrid arrived with her father, looking positively ethereal in her beautiful gown and with flowers in her hair. She and Patrick walked the Labyrinth with their flower girls and their ceremony began after they met at the beautiful crystal stone in the middle.
There was laughter and tears, an emotional exchange of vows and rings, readings by family and a beautiful rose ceremony. The guests formed an aisle which Astrid and Patrick walked through as they left the Labyrinth and confetti flew high in the air.
Celebrations followed on the lawn in front of the house with champagne, croquet, giant jenka, an ice-cream van and flags symbolising each nation represented by the bridal party and the guests. A delicious wedding breakfast was served after which the guests danced the night away.
It was a real privilege to lead this wonderful Labyrinth Wedding Ceremony and we can’t thank Astrid and Patrick enough for asking us to be part of their wedding celebrations.
Photographs: David Waldron
Location: Tofte Manor, Sharnbrook, Bedfordshire