Autumnal Wedding at Rothamsted Manor

On Sunday the lovely Pete and Nadine got married at Rothamsted Manor. Complete with leaves and autumnal foliage the venue looked stunning as did this wonderful couple. The married in the library in front of fifty of their friends and family, who had come from all over the world to celebrate with them.

After enjoying canapés out on the lawns, they sat down for a delicious meal. By tradition from Germany the couple had to cut their way through a heart sheet before they could join the guests! They had the choice of three starters and three main courses.

To start a Salad Of Seared Duck, Pancetta, Watercress, Pink Grapefruit, Honey Lavender Dressing or Aberdeenshire Smoked Salmon, Celeriac Remoulade, Soda Bread, Watercress, Caper And Radish Salad, Orange Dressing or Roasted Vegetable Roulade, Baba Ganoush, Parmesan Water Biscuit, Coriander Oil. For main course they had either Rump Of Lamb, Mint Dauphinoise, Pistachios, Summer Vegetables, Lamb Jus or Artichoke And Red Onion Tarte Tatin, Celeriac Parmentier, Tomato Petals, Gremolata or Seared Tuna Loin, Saffron Potatoes, Green Beans, Tomato And Shallot Salsa. For dessert they choose a Trio Of Desserts of Passion Fruit Posset, Pineapple Compote, Coconut Shortbread with Dark Chocolate And Cinnamon Delice, Pistachio Cream, Clear Caramel and Apricot And Frangipane Tartlet, Gooseberry And Eldeflower Compote.

Casino tables and dancing completed the evening. A great day had by everyone at a stunning venue for a wonderful couple, Best Wishes to them both from us all.

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