Woodhall Manor wedding

Nov 30, 2020 | Weddings

James & Theo | Woodhall Manor

There’s a sense of oldie worldly Great Gatsby fabulousness about Suffolk’s Woodhall manor. Atmospheric, shadowy, a grade II listed Elizabethan property with impressive grounds that proved to be the perfect wedding venue for the equally classy James and Theo. Watching Theo’s mother rip up the dance floor to Bronski Beats ‘don’t leave me this way’ was definitely one of the highlights of the night  closely followed by a rendition of the twelve days of Christmas led by members of the London’s Gay Men’s chorus before dinner. James and Theo’s cake was also a thing of beauty; designed by Sassas Bespoke Cakes inspired by Theo’s background in Mathematics and it hurt my eyes to see it divided up and eaten…Some cakes should last as long as photographs!

Sassa's cake wedding at Woodhall Manor

 

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