Animation joined Rebekah and Davron for a day to remember in Silsoe
Wrest Park is a beautiful medley of a building, bringing together the very best of 18th century France and 19th century England in an elegant yet relaxed setting that offers the perfect backdrop to weddings both ancient and modern.
On a Thursday afternoon in mid February, with the sky painted in soft shades of subdued grey, and a watercolour sun slipping through the cracks, Adam Chandler and his dedicated Jewish Wedding Band, Animation, entered this historic setting to give young couple Rebekah and Davron a wedding to remember. Inspired by the blended architecture and design of their venue, Davron and Rebekah had planned a wedding that brought together their cultural past, their shared present, and the future they hope to enjoy together for many years to come.
Coming from a culture with a rich literary tradition, it was only natural that Rebekah and Davron should choose Wrest Park's illustrious library as the setting for their beautiful, traditional ceremony, with their families and friends coming together as a full and vibrant part of their expression of love and commitment.
Moving through the ante library, and stepping onto the terrace through the high French windows, a breeze heavy with the scent of Wrest Park's gardens danced in the light of glasses and rings catching soft rays of sunlight as couple and guests mingled, laughed, and took a brief break, before heading to the beautiful setting of the Orangery, where Animation were waiting to lead the wedding party through a musical selection chosen to reflect everything about the couple, including the history and heritage that had brought them to where they were today.
Davron:"Thank you so much, Adam & Animation – the music provided the perfect end to a day Rebekah and I had planned together, and really made it everything we could have hoped for."
Rebekah:"Music is a big part of my life, and, obviously, I wanted the music of my wedding to be perfect, and something I would remember for the rest of my days; thanks to the talents of Animation, and Adam Chandler, I'm pleased to say that desire was more than met at Wrest Park."