Pelham House Wedding – Duaa & Titus

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Weddings just have something special. You can’t put your finger on it – It’s a sort of intangible magic.

Duaa and Titus’ Pelham House Wedding was packed full of this magic.

Not only did they put their beautiful Sussex wedding from the other side of the planet, in just a couple of months.

But they planned their day alongside relocating, across the globe + moving house + starting new jobs.

These guys certainly know how to make life tough for themselves – but they certainly pulled it off.

Duaa and Titus are Doctors, so are well used to high pressure environments, and took everything in their stride. From pulling together a dream team of suppliers at such short notice, to transporting family and friends from across the globe to the tiny town of Lewes – they brought everything together perfectly.

Pelham House, is a beautiful Lewes Wedding Venue. It’s recently undergone a significant renovation transforming it into the most beautiful space. It’s quite special, and there aren’t a lot of country house wedding venues in the area quite like it. From the ability to have an outdoor ceremony, to the gorgeous terraces for the drinks reception to the sublime room for the reception – Pelham House offers a lot.

Duaa and Titus were one of the first weddings there post revamp and I’m pleased to say they opened the venue in style.

We’re very fortunate that after seeing these beautiful images, Pelham House added us to their preferred list – very excited to be back there next year for many more gorgeous weddings.

Highlights throughout the day include Duaa’s magnificent bespoke dress. The gorgeous flowers decorating the outdoor ceremony space and gardens. The immensely well considered decor in the reception space – which served as an ideal backdrop to some of the most heartfelt and hilarious speeches I’ve witnessed.

The day was finished up perfectly by the evening entertainment and the dancing. Duaa wanted to incorporate her heritage into the day, so had a middle-eastern Dabke band who got everyone up and dancing – making for one of the liveliest spectacles ever witnessed – literally smiles and laughter everywhere.

After the Dabke had the guests energy levels up, the DJ played some tracks, before the wonderful Candy Apple Blue took over and made sure the dance floor was jumping well into the night.

The bar has been raised.