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SMASHING THE GLASS WITH THE GORGEOUS BEN AND BERNICE

I have the absolute pleasure to introduce the most scrumptious couple Ben and Bernice.  I first met them at a hotel in Sutton where we enjoyed an exquisite cup of coffee and discussed the plans for their forthcoming wedding day.  I could see from our first meeting that these guys were soul mates.  Bernice looked radiant with her dazzling smile and Ben was very smart and dashing arriving on one of his rip roaring motorbikes. Ben shared stories of when they first met and how he wooed the stunning Bernice into being his girl.  Bernice’s calm demeanour complimented Ben’s enthusiasm for life and there began the story of their wedding.  Our journey was one of the most emotional weddings I have ever had to organise.  Both families were beyond gorgeous, without going into too much detail we experienced some heartache along the way.  Ben and Bernice’s love for each other and the support around them ensured that their wedding day was a day which would signify new beginnings and also remembering those people who influenced them throughout their lives.  The wedding was to be a fusion between Bernice’s Ghanaian roots and Ben’s Jewish traditions.  So on May 3rd 2015 the wedding took place at Ben’s family synagogue South London Liberal Synagogue where they were married under the same Chuppah as Ben’s parents. The reception took place at Nonsuch Mansion a stunning Georgian venue located in spectacular parklands in Cheam.  All of the photo’s were captured by one of Purely Events favourite photographers the very dashing David Long