The wedding was lovely but complicated. The guests were mainly architects and actors so artistic considerations had to be adhered to at all times and production values had to be high. A lot was achieved by d-i-y rather than vast expense; though expense did also feature. None of this was conducive to a tidy house.
Various house guests came and went. Much tea was drunk and food consumed. Many dishes were washed. Much washing of sheets and towels has been done and much still remains to be done. Ribbon, paper, flowers and other remnants are all still in evidence.
A few tears were shed, though not by the bride or groom.
Miraculously, the sun shone.
More will follow, including possibly some pictures of men in kilts for Anna.
Now I must go and have a restorative bath.
(Two weddings down, one to go - Son gets married next July. He says that his wedding will be less exhausting.)