Wedding at the Top of Blackpool Tower, 29th April 2010

"This is the second ever wedding at the top of Blackpool Tower" my lovely bride Ellie told me when I first spoke to her about this most unusual wedding, Ellie's only worry was that if the wind speed was too high, then the top of the tower would be out of bounds, however the beautiful ballroom is also licensed for civil ceremonies, but that wasn't a consideration yesterday, when Jason (Who is incidentally super scared of heights) delivered the flowers, first of all he met up with the groom and his party on a lower level...

The Groom was looking a little anxious, wore a Bird of Paradise & Canto Calla Lily Boutonniere.

All of the important guests wore individually designed Corsages to co-ordinate with their outfits, The Grooms Men all wore Canto Calla Lily Boutonnieres.

The veryhandsome Brides father Alfie played the famous Wurlitzer Organ in the magnificent ballroom the day before the wedding.

The top of the tower is 380 feet high

We arranged a tall vase of Birds of Paradise, Heliconia, Anthuriums & Naranga Roses

The views are absolutely spectacular, this is looking South towards the Pleasure Beach

This is my favourite Registrar David Hill (he married Jason & I) showing our gorgeous Bride Ellie and her father the way...

Bryan & Ellie getting married with a view over Blackpool Beach

Ellie's amazing gown featuring a Bird of Paradise of beads, is an authentic 1920's dress

Husband & Wife taking their first steps on the "Walk of Faith" (or walk of death as Jason's referred to it all week)
Huge Congratulations to the new Mr & Mrs Swallow from all of the events team at Flower Design

The festivities then moved onto Singleton Lodge, where we'd dressed the tables with black goldfish bowl vases of Bird of Paradise, Calla Lily & Anthuriums.

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