Not anyone can get married in a Cathedral. You not only have to have a special relationship with the Cathedral in question you also need lots of different Bishops and other officials to grant permission. So this is why when Emily and George got engaged over two years ago they knew that it would be a while before they were allowed to marry in such an important building. The effort was certainly worth it though with the most incredible venues for both their ceremony and reception. Emily got ready in Number 14 Vicars Close right next to the Cathedral, Vicars Close is a beautiful cobbled street lined with gorgeous houses which is very popular with tourists to Wells and made for some excellent photos of the bridal party making their way to the Ceremony. George arrived at Wells Cathedral in a shiny red Jaguar which was hired by his parents as a surprise and was able to pull up on the green right infront of the Cathedral much to the tourists delight. Beautiful weather followed a very elegant ceremony and the Happy Couple enjoyed photos on the green outside before leading their wedding party onto a garden reception at the Bishops Palace Where a string quartet played and the guests explored the grounds while the newlyweds had some pictures in the stunning gardens. A lovely meal and traditional speeches was followed by dancing the night away to a brilliant live band.