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This is how we pull off a wedding!

Watch the set up below:

Huge thanks to everyone involved in creating such a wonderful day for our lovely couple.

Wells & Son Marquees LtdLincs Loos | Got it Covered Lincolnshire | Jackie’s Cakes | Jennifer Kirkby – Florist | Dunmore’s CateringPizza di Bella | Fancy Frox | Love HAIR by Sonja & Co | Charlotte Moore Makeup Artist | Vicki Head Photography | Matty Haynes Music 

Carissa & Lewis were married in St Oswalds Church followed by a beautiful marquee reception in our grounds. The whole occasion was stunningly colourful with dreamy sunny weather. See more images of the big day below:



If you like the look of Howell Manor then we welcome you to visit our open day on 27th May 2019. Alternatively if you can’t make it but would like to have a look around then please book a visit. If you have any questions or queries please email elaine@sardesons.com or call 01529 460267.

We’re thrilled to share some gorgeous engagement pictures of our Easter couple!

Big thank you to Vicki Head Photography for sharing these with us.

 The week ahead…

The forecast looks great, particularly for the big day itself on Saturday!

The marquee will go up on Thursday so keep following us on Facebook for a glimpse of how that happens!

The dress, make-up & hair, and catering are all sorted courtesy of Fancy Frox in Spalding, Charlotte Moore MUA, Love Hair by Sonja & Co, Dunmore’s Catering and Pizza Di Bella.


We’ve all heard of the ‘something old, something new, something borrowed and something blue’ wedding day tradition, but do you know where it originates from and the meaning behind it? We did a little research ahead of our spring wedding!

‘Something old’

This represents the bride maintaining a connection with her past & family as she enters married life. Usually the bride will include some form of family heirloom in her wedding outfit.

‘Something new’

This represents optimism for the future and normally the wedding dress itself is the ‘new’ item worn.

‘Something borrowed’

This is meant to bring the newly wedded couple good luck. By borrowing something from a happily married friend or relative the couple hopes little bit of their good fortune will rub off on them. There is no reason why the groom can’t be involved in these traditions and borrowing cuff-links from a family member is a popular choice.

‘Something blue’

This represents the loyalty and faithfulness the couple will take into the marriage. It is traditionally symbolised by the bride wearing a blue garter beneath her dress but in contemporary weddings there are a large range of blue items incorporated.

We can’t wait to welcome Carissa & Lewis on Saturday and wish them all the best for their wedding and their future life together.

Would you like to see an example of a Howell Manor wedding? Click here.