A happy home in the UK.
I love these pictures sent through by Sarah and her gorgeous family and love that happy home promise has given us a snapshot into their lives, their marriage and a day at the beach. Aren’t wedding pictures wonderful! I wish Pinterestwas around when we were married.
Read about Sarah’s release of happy home promise below and visit her here.
“After a day at the seaside (in a little town called Southwold, in the county of Suffolk) collecting treasures from the beach, we left the home of happiness promise for someone to find.
We originally asked for promise to release with some balloons on our wedding day, but due to worries of litter and harm to farm animals, balloon releases have been banned in rural areas around where we live. The word promisewas chosen to symbolise the promises Adam and I would be making on the day, the promise that we would love each other unconditionally, ’till death do us part’.
We decided instead to release the happy home out into the world after a lovely family day at the seaside together, one of our first family days out as “The Patterson’s”. We hired a beach hut called Aunty Bong Bong’s, ate a ‘mummy made picnic’ made ‘daddy designed sandcastles’ and went on a ‘George led treasure hunt’ for things to leave with our little home. We were really quite successful too, we found pretty pebbles, stones, seaweed and even a starfish!! To finish the day off we ate sausage and Chips from the pier and washed them down with champagne!
It was so wonderful to spend some quality time together as a family. It felt quite liberating to leave behind the housework, errands and usual domestic duties that dominate the weekends normally. At the end of the day myself and Adam AKA Daddy said we would try and make time to do things like this more often. In fact, after leaving this happy home, we made a promiseto each other and George that we would come back to the beach and beach hut next year to make more great memories. In the meantime we promised to spend some time together once a week, just ‘The Pattersons’ doing something away from the house and the distraction of chores!
I hope we can keep this promise up. It will help us to love and appreciate each other more as well as creating great memories for us all to share in years to come.
Thank you so much Kell and your lovely little ladies for letting us be a part of the 1000 homes of happiness journey.”
love Sarah, Adam and George xxx
Home 344: Promise – UK