Happy and married, Mr & Mrs Anayi
Originally built in 1220 by the D’Evercy family, Brympton House – ‘the most beautiful house in England’ is often hired out as a location for filming and hospitality events. Last Saturday it was hired out as the stunning location for the wedding of Anna and Martin Anayi.
Struck immediately by the timeless atmosphere and the tranquility of the country stately home we really enjoyed working here for the evening. Our vivacious bride Anna selected the white wedding photo booth for the party in The Orangery – a large stone building with a lounge, a bar and a dance room. Everything looked perfect as the dark descended upon us and the hundreds of little candles were lit!
As the evening wore on, a pair of cheeky chappies called me to one side and instructed me to find them at the end of the night in order for them to perform a series of ‘naked poses’ and provide the last picture strip in the guest book. How exciting, I thought, two men and a plan!!!
Come the end of the evening, I searched high and low for Somerset’s answer to the Chippendales but sadly couldn’t find them anywhere, and did I search!!! Oh shucks, maybe some other day, some other photo booth, eh boys?!
Congratulations Anna & Martin! What a night! Thank you so much for booking Yellowbooth for your excellent party! Caz x