When Tony and Kaye came to our office in the summer of 2017 they knew one thing for sure. To organise their intimate wedding celebration in Budapest. The city has always been one of their favourite destinations as Tony had visited it many times due to his work commitment. And any time he had came he had brought over Kaye as well who also had fell in love with this magical city.
They invited the very of their best friends and close family members to spend their most precious moments with only the loved ones. For this occasion we believed the perfect venue for them was the Presidential Suite of the Marriott Hotel, located right in the centre of the city. The terrace of the venue overlooks the entire Buda Side, the Buda Castle, Hungarian National Gallery, Citadell, the grandiose Elizabeth Bridge or the magnificent Chain Bridge. The whole sight was just a perfect backdrop for a cherished celebration.
On their day the weather was not too gracious, a little windy and gloomy it was, but this could not ruin the mood of the most down to earth and absolutely stunning Kaye. The whole preparation was full of fun where our bride was accompanied by her dearest mother and her besties while Tony, the charming groom was impatiently getting ready with his mates. The church ceremony at the Matthias Church was perfect, Kaye was walking down the aisle with her dad and both of them got emotional when they first met Tony at the altar. The whole celebration was like the rehearsal of the royal wedding.
As the pictures show the group photos were taken at the stairs of the Fishermans Bastion with the Pest side, Parliament Building in the background. Our always cheerful MC, Gabor Herendi made sure each and every guests enjoy every minute of the creative session.
When the wedding party got back to the venue, to the terrace of the Presidential Suite of the Marriott Hotel even the sun came out to shine on these lovely soulmates which made their big day simply perfect!
By the time they got to the cake cutting part finally George Clooney arrived to have celebrated with Mr and Mrs Fox.