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FOUR DAYS on, and I am still absolutely gutted to be back home… Back to the dull lifestyle, of the North East! Last week, me and Yargs headed down to London, with his family, to enjoy a week away. But not only that, we also got to celebrate his second eldest brother’s wedding. This time it was a cross between Afghan tradition vs. Polish. It was amazing!

So, in order to look back on some of the incredible memories we made that week, I thought I’d put together a little album full of images, in order to share with you guys…

Well, what are you waiting for? Step inside to discover more…

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When we arrived in London, last Monday, I was welcomed with a few lovely gifts (all the way from Holland). These were off Yargs’ older Sister. A collection of lush beauty products. 

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On the second night, after a previous chilled night with a few homemade cocktails, and a BBQ, we drove over an hour and a half (and belted through the traffic) to arrive at Wembley Stadium. Here we enjoyed a family meal, at Jimmy’s buffet. 

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Prior to the meal, we couldn’t resist going for a little browse…

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Too many desserts to choose from… After the meal, we enjoyed numerous desserts. From fresh fruit, to tasty cakes, to sweet treats, to refreshing ice cream, and more…

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Before the big day, we collectively got together and created these little craft boxes, filled with sweet treats for all guests. 

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All ready and raring to go! Roll on the wedding… (Dress from Lipsy London, Necklace from New Look & Heels from Schuh). 

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A celebration of marriage. 

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Once the wedding vows were exchanged, we then showered the newly weds in beautiful, bright red, rose petals.

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Now it’s time for the evening event… The venue dressed in peach goods.

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Fresh fruit heaven!

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All ready to dance the night away…

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Champagne or fresh juice? 

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FIRST DANCE

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After an unforgettable week, we were gutted to be heading back home. Seven hour journey, here we come…

 

 

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