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Swinging at Swancar Farm

July 10, 2012

Just one of the many delights my work offers me is the chance to discover exciting new venues so it was a real treat to sing for a wedding breakfast recently at the delightful Swancar Farm Country House near Nottingham.

Swancar Farm Country House. Nottingham wedding venue

Eloise and Jason’s meal was in the Oak Hall at Swancar which is a splendidly impressive room with high, oak-beamed ceiling arches and masses of natural light.

The ceiling of the Oak Hall at Swancar Farm Country House Nottinghamshire

My wedding singer view of the Oak Hall at Swancar Farm Country House

The couple had chosen an elegant vintage theme that was reflected in a multitude of decorative details.

Vintage wedding table centrepiece

Vintage wedding flowers in teacups

Vintage wedding flower ideas and inspiration

These beautiful wedding menus were made by my good friends Tony and Jil at Garden Studio Crafts

Vintage wedding menu by Garden Studio Crafts

…who also provided this wonderful vintage suitcase seating plan for the meal:

Vintage wedding seating plan in a suitcase by Garden Studio Crafts

I had a wonderful afternoon singing my old songs for Eloise and Jason and their wedding guests.

Vintage vocalist and wedding singer Simon Partridge with Eloise and Jason

Congratulations to the new Mr and Mrs Fell and I look forward to singing at Swancar Farm Country House again very soon.  Owners Tracy and Steve Watson have created a terrific Nottinghamshire wedding venue that is well worth a visit if you get the opportunity.

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