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It was an early start for me at the St. Pancras Renaissance Hotel, Euston road for bridal preparation, followed by a very interesting drive to Gray’s Inn; I can’t say anything more than that, but probably one of the more unique wedding transports I’ve been in! (sorry details are only for those who know…)
With the weather being so perfect, family and guests had the privilege of using the beautiful Gray’s Inn gardens for their drinks reception and canapés; and all accompanied by a string quartet, making it even more special!
Below is a small selection of photographs from their brilliant day. Enjoy!
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Sands are a charity which offers support to families when a baby dies before or shortly after birth; allowing them to share their experiences with other bereaved parents.
Having lost our own baby daughter ‘Scarlett’ three years ago, it’s a charity very close to my own heart; and over weekend, I went with my family to take part in the placing of some tiles onto a special mosaic which is to be the centre piece for a baby memorial garden in Ashford Kent.
The mosaic has been designed and crafted by Jo Letchford (of Jo Letchford Mosaics in Folkestone Kent) which has been based on the Sands logo; and It was certainly very brave of Jo to let us amateur’s participate in her creation; so thank you Jo!
The Memorial Garden project is the brainchild of Emma Oram (Kent Sands) who, after losing her son to Stillbirth, wanted to provide a special place for the many families touched by the death of a baby.
An incredible amount of effort has been made and continues to be made into seeing this project through from the beginning.
For further information about the Kent Sands group and how you can also show support for this very worthwhile cause and garden, please click on the logo below or follow the link to Emma’s just JustGiving site Ashford Baby Memorial Garden