We get a great deal of pleasure in dealing with anyone having a celebration including fireworks but never more so than when they are to feature in one of the biggest days in a person’s life, your wedding day. It was, therefore, our pleasure to receive a short video of this lovely couple’s great event and we have been given permission to share it with you.
James and Gemma Myland were married on 22nd June 2013 at the absolutely gorgeous Gunwalloe Church on the Lizard Peninsular which is situated on the beach in Cornwall. This beautiful little church and its parish appear in the Doomsday book as the original part of the church were built in the 13th century and rebuilt sometime between the late 14th and early 15th century.
Gemma was resplendent in a stunning white lace and organza gown lavishly decorated with sparkling crystals and James was decked out in a kilt.
Their first dance was to ‘feels like home to me’ by the talented singer/songwriter Edwina Hayes who travelled down from Driffield in East Yorkshire to sing live for the couple. Needless to say, this was an unexpected surprise for Gemma and there was not a dry eye to be seen.
Celebrations continued until darkness fell and they had fireworks on the beach to bring a fitting close to a wonderful celebration. The DIY display pack was ‘A New Dawn’ with additional rockets.
We at Epic offer our warmest congratulations to Mr and Mrs Myland and thank them for sharing some memories of their day with us.