With Irene and Alan
Tell us how you first met. Who what when where why? Give us all the dirty details.:
We met online, the first date was at Wells Cathedral in 2017. A Stunning Cathedral, I had a stunning smile from the lady!!!
Tell us about your first date.:
I drove from home all the way to Somerset to meet her.
When did you know he/she was the one? Was there something he/she did?
Fabulous winning smile. Just kept on dating each other. She was still there after I had been in Australia for a month, and after I did a round-the-world jaunt a year later. That says it all!
How did your partner propose?
Had a silly moment one morning and proposed over breakfast.
Tell us the one thing you love most about each other
Irene is a fabulous cook...wow!! She seems to like my stubbornness.
If you feel comfortable, share with us something silly or quirky the other person does
Irene looks fabulous in her traditional Nigerian outfits
What’s your favourite trend for weddings right now?
A personal small group of family and friends. Nothing complicated!
Tell us about your wedding
Irene's smile; the chaos getting ready, thankfully it was the only fine day in March!
What inspired your décor or theme?
Multi-national! Welsh, English, Nigerian, Philippines, Thailand, and Germany were all represented at the ceremony. Fabulous!
Venue: Church on the Rise, Beaufort
Reception: Bedwellty House Tredegar.
Photos: Morgan James Media
What’s one thing you wish you would have known earlier in regard to planning?
Got the make-up help to have got here earlier.
Besides getting married - what’s the one thing you are looking forward to on your wedding day?:
Getting the speeches over with.
We met Peter at a friend's wedding, he did a super job. I had no hesitation in chasing him down.