Wedding Date : July 2, 2011

Dear Sarah and Lisa,

Ant and I are back home about to set off on our honeymoon and have been basking in the sheer brilliance of our wedding day.

It was truly magical, you provided just the most perfect wedding we could have asked for.

The church was beautiful and the choir were just stunning.  Father Tony put us at ease and gave us a funny and thoughtful homily.  I was so so thrilled with the flowers, they tied our theme together beautifully, I couldn’t have been happier with them.  Thank you to the talented florist.

The Castello looked amazing, especially once the sun went down, and all the guests commented on the romantic setting.  A huge thank you to the guitarist, his music was beautiful.  Our DJ also was fantastic and gave us a party to remember.  Everyone enjoyed the food, so a huge thank you to the caterers, especially how they handled all our special requests.  Thank you to Rowena for looking after us once you left, everything was managed to perfection.

We are both really looking forward to the photos; the photographer was great, really efficient and didn’t keep us hanging around !  My make-up and hair ladies transformed me into a beautiful bride, I was so happy with the result !  And the dress lady did an amazing job helping us all get ready – thank you.

Finally, again a huge thank you to you guys for looking after us so well and providing such an excellent service.  The day couldn’t have gone better.  And for your present of  glass lovebirds – they have pride of place on our mantlepiece at home !

Lots and lots of love from a very very happy Mr and Mrs Rawlins !

Email received from Mr Saliba (father of  the Bride) on the 6th July 2011

Hi Sarah

We are back home now, but I just wanted to say thank you for helping Emma & Ant have such a fantastic day.  Everyone at the wedding (both Maltese & British) kept commenting on how it was the best wedding they had been to for ages !

I don’t intend doing this again (my other two are boys), but I will definitely recommend your services.

Thanks again

Paul Saliba