Eunji & Joe

In Early June, on a wonderfully warm, yet overcast day Eunji and Joe celebrated their love with a Wadhurst Castle wedding, surrounded by Sheep in East Sussex. They brought their nearest and dearest family and friends from all across the globe and celebrated in beautiful, intimate style with an outdoor ceremony in the walled garden, followed by a delightful meal in the garden room.

Rebecca & Paul

Rebecca & Paul got married a couple of weeks ago at Brighton Unitarian Church – not a location I’d had the chance to photograph in before, but one I’ve always admired from outside (hint. there’s a good pub opposite.) It’s a beautiful, imposing, white building, which really stands out against the more modern architecture popping up in that part of Brighton.

Having met them, a few weeks before their wedding, for their pre wedding photography session, I had a fair idea of what to expect from their day & was really excited to be a part of it, but their day totally surpassed exceptions from beginning to end. They are both so very fun to be around & their guests sure knew how to have a good time!

Rosie & James

Rosie and James’ had a beautiful wedding a few weeks ago at the De La Warr Pavilion in Bexhill. A 4pm ceremony in mid-January is expected to be a little colder and darker than the rest of the year  – but Rosie and James, along with their friends and family lit up the day, with love, warmth, happiness and laughter.

It was a pleasure to witness, photograph and be a part of.

Luki & Liam

Luki & Liam got engaged on Brighton beach , so when it came time to arrange their wedding – Brighton was the logical place to celebrate their big day! They got married at the beautiful Angel House, which is right on the seafront, a stones throw from where they got engaged & It was a perfect place for these two to tie the knot! A beautiful regency house, surrounded by their family, friends & lots of children including their daughter Luna – They made their day about fun, laughter & love.

Gina & Ben

Gina & Ben had us down to their beautiful house in Kent a few weeks back, for their magnificent, fun and relaxed fun fair wedding. They wanted a different take on the traditional wedding, and wanted to make it fun for everyone – so they had had an entire fun fair to entertain their guests, from a coconut shy to a ring toss, a strength tester, ice cream van and street food… and of course, an actual, full size, fully amazing, FERRIS WHEEL. I love weddings with a big focus on the guests having an amazing time – we’ve had a few weddings with circus games, fete style games and even one with flying pigs… but a full sized fun fair was certainly a first for us!

Becca & Phil
Regular blog readers might recognize Becca and Phil from their engagement session earlier in the year (where Becca wore the most amazing red dress!) and from spending the afternoon with them I came to realise what a wonderfully relaxed and warm, fun & friendly couple they were.

Their wedding was a heartwarming experience, that took place at the wonderful Gardens at Yalding, a new venue for us in Kent – combining the cracking outdoor spaces of somewhere like Nymans with the indoor space of venues like Farbridge, Grittenham or Bury Court.


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They had a gorgeous teepee set up, which was filled to the absolute brim with beautiful details, personal touches and an incredibly welcoming bunch of friends, family & guests – I always have a great time at weddings and as part of my blending in, I pretty much end up becoming a ‘friend with a camera’, but their family and friends made it so easy – my face ached from all the laughter and smiling for sure! From hanging out with Becca’s dad while he put the finishing touches to the decor, organizing group shots with the assistance of the lovely Ludavine, to sharing a lovely meal with their friends the day was a beautiful one to be a part of.

This was my first The Gardens Yalding Wedding and I hope I get back there again really soon, it’s a pretty new venue – but its such a perfect spot for a wedding, and a fab spot for photographers with its beautiful gardens! Becca and her bridemaids got ready upstairs at the venue – as Becca is a professional makeup artist – I knew the morning would run like clockwork, and it did! Of course, Becca did her own makeup and looked amazing! Her friend James Blaquiere did everyone’s hair to absolute perfection. Truly a dream team!

Anyway, enough of my rambling – onto the story… (Stay right to the end for some epic sparkler action!)