Rice throwing and readings in Greek reflected the groom’s family heritage at the Cambridge Register Office wedding of H and C.

Their story starts with a waiting room full of friends and both their family, through their English and Greek readings, with rice throwing and onto their reception venue with home-made bunting and table names of Beatles songs.

I’ll let their wedding photographs tell the story of their day.

A bride waits at her Cambridge Register Office wedding. cambridge-register-office-wedding-02 cambridge-register-office-wedding-03 cambridge-register-office-wedding-04 The bride and groom enter the ceremony at their Cambridge Register Office wedding. Bride and groom exchange rings at Cambridge Register Office civil wedding ceremony. Cambridge Register office wedding - the bride and groom kiss in front of their guests. cambridge-register-office-wedding-08 The groom's family member does a reading in Greek at his Cambridge Register office wedding ceremony. cambridge-register-office-wedding-10 The newlyweds leave their Cambridge civil ceremony, watched and photographed by guests. Guests throw rice - a Greek tradition outside Cambridge Register Office. cambridge-register-office-wedding-13 cambridge-register-office-wedding-14 Family and guests congratulate the bride and groom outside Cambridge Register Office. cambridge-register-office-wedding-16 The bride and groom are reflected in a rainy van window. Friends of the bride and groom play music to entertain guests at this Cambridge wedding. cambridge-register-office-wedding-19 The bride and older relatives pose for a wedding portrait. Autumnal bunting made by the bride and her friends decorates their wedding breakfast at their homemade wedding. Beatles songs feature as table names at this handmade wedding in Cambridge. cambridge-register-office-wedding-23 cambridge-register-office-wedding-24