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Llamas look on as couple wed

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All weddings should be memorable affairs and one couple chose to tie the knot at one of the most unusual locations imaginable.

Kate Crummy and Alper Aydin became husband and wife at The Llama Park, in Wych Cross.

The couple, from Crawley, wed on July 26 and were the first to say their vows at the park – though another wedding is planned there on August 30.

Of course, the traditional photos were taken – bride and groom, families, friends and Freddie the friendly llama, complete with his smart spotted bow tie and colourful harness.

Park owner Bobby Schucksaid Kate and Alper’s special day – in front of around 120 guests – had been a “resounding success”.

The ceremony was held to the sound of acoustic guitar music – all attended by some of the park’s most distinguished llamas wearing blue and white polka dot bow ties.

Bobby added: “It is not every marriage location that offers bride and groom the opportunity to get married with llamas in bow ties looking on!”

Bobby’s wife, Susan Barrow, said: “We are a very sociable family-run business and know how important it is to celebrate a wedding, a birthday party or anniversary in a way which can be cherished forever – and we put our heart and soul into it all.

“So we hope this gives The Llama Park another arrow to its bow when it comes to beauty and a unique environment that can’t be found elsewhere.”

As well as llamas, the park is home to alpacas, reindeer, horses, donkeys, goats and pigs.

Was your wedding held in a more unusual location? Contact crawleyobserver@jpress.co.uk .

 

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