After getting everyone up on the dance floor to some absolute classic sounds, they took the party outside to entertain those who were sitting on hay bales. I don't think many people can say they have experienced being serenaded by a mariachi band with the sun setting behind them - what memories!
And of course there would be no traditional wedding cake - they had a multi coloured jelly 'cake' (can't begin to explain the concerns about removing jellies from moulds onto a glass display stand in the heat)
Can you believe that we had such brilliant weather for both weddings? Oh my goodness, England does not have a good reputation for reliable summer sunshine and we have had a particularly bad spell of weather this month but we were so lucky.
You'd have thought that was enough celebrating for one weekend wouldn't you? Oh no, we still had a birthday party to go to. A day early as his first birthday is actually today but as it was a Bank Holiday weekend, it seemed the perfect time to wish Leo a very happy birthday.
His mum made him a beautiful cake
And after spending hours making it and moulding that lovely lion for the centre piece - his first reaction was to pull off the lion's head and eat it.
Jon and Sophie popped in to say hello before going home to pack for their honeymoon and were desperate for him to open their present a day early. It was a play tunnel that connected onto a pop up tent. He loved it.
I can see him having a lot of fun in there!
So that's it - all the celebrations over, what a 12 months it has been! I think it's now time to let life settle and get back to normal - although I can't quite remember what 'normal' feels like!