Rufus Leonard holds the marriage of the future

Sleepy Norfolk got more than it bargained for last weekend when scampish design group Rufus Leonard held its “coming of age” ceremony in the village of Hunstanton. Firm in the belief that “tomorrow belongs to us”, the consultancy held a wedding ceremony to illustrate the point. Managing director Neil Svensen played the bridegroom, Rufus Leonard, who married Future, a woman drafted in to play the part.

“It was mad and if you don’t believe us you should ask the locals. There was a vicar and everything,” says Svensen.

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