A few weeks ago, I traveled to Brookfield Barn, a brand new wedding venue, both in terms of it being the first wedding I’ve photographed there, but also in that it only opened a year or so ago! It’s very exciting to have such a great new venue right on my doorstep! It reminds me a little of another venue we frequent – Bury Court Barn, but is considerably closer!
I was there for the wedding of CJ and Luke, it was a date I felt I had highlighted on my calendar for a long time, as CJ first contacted me straight after I’d photographed Katie & Jason’s Barn wedding.
One of CJ’s 13 Bridesmaids, (yes you read that right! one-three. thirteen!) was Katie’s sister, so CJ had seen my work, loved my style and wanted me to be their photographer. When I get enquiries like that, they’re always super exciting – as I know some of the crowd already, and it becomes as if I’m just photographing a friends wedding, which is a pretty special thing to say.
I love this wedding so much, it had everything about weddings that I love – from the location to the wonderful, friendly people, to tons of sumptuous details & heaps of rustic charm. I adore Lewes – it’s by far my favourite town! I essentially grew up there, and go back as much as I can! These days I find myself there for quite a few Pelham House Weddings too!
I’ve been photographing weddings at Notley Abbey for about 6-7 Years now & it’s always a great place to spend the day, Lisa & Dan’s wedding was no exception.
When I arrived Lisa & the girls were busily setting everything up & decorating the venue, as Lisa had put alot of thought into how the day would look, she wanted to make sure everything went perfectly before heading up to the bridal suite to transform into a stunning bride!
Dan & the boys were getting ready nearby, so I could catch both sides of their preparations, although I’m not sure whether it was the boys or the girls who used more hairspray!
A Winter Wedding at Brympton House. A heartwarming day in the middle of winter. The chapel was decorated with beautiful candles. Liss looked ethereal in her Sarah Janks dress. They danced the night away in the party barn. Good Times!
Blimey, where to start with this Brympton House Wedding! A few weeks ago I headed along the coast to Somerset for Liss & Matt’s wedding at the stunning Brympton D’evercy House. I regularly travel west for weddings, including places like Bath and Bristol – always fun immersing oneself in a long-distance wedding!
I first met Liv back in 2012 at Heather & Tim’s Wedding – where she was the maid of honour & was immensely helpful throughout the day – especially during the group photos! So when her email dropped into my inbox enquiring If I’d be able to be her wedding photographer, for her Farbridge Barn Wedding – I was massively excited. Knowing the crowd & some of the family already, I knew it was going to be a relaxed, fun & friendly day – one that would be immensely fun to document.
Wow, I don’t have the words for the second day of Claudia & Sarang’s wedding spectacular.
Part one was at the Pavilion, it was beautiful, intimate, fun & emotional.
Part two turned it right the way up to 11. Full of colour, music and dance.
Late last year I had the pleasure of spending not one, but two beautiful days with Claudia & Sarang for their weddings.
The first wedding was at The Royal Pavilion, Brighton & included a lovely, intimate ceremony with their closest family, before heading over to Food For Friends, for a nice relaxed meal & some celebratory drinks. The second was a full on Indian wedding at Bhasvic.
Late last year I photographed Oran & Sofiane’s beautiful wedding at Ashdown Park Hotel – a stunning hotel near the Ashdown Forest, a favourite spot of mine! With so many wedding venues across East Grinstead – these guys certainly picked an amazing one!
Milly & Chris got married late last year in St Peters Church, Firle, a firm favourite of ours! Afterwards they headed along the road to the incredible Firle Place to have a wonderful, sophisticated garden party in a marquee in the grounds of the house.
Firle is such a wonderful little place, we often go there for lunch at the Ram & a little wander around the village, so being able to photograph a wedding there is always special for us! (As of 2019, We’ve also a recommended photographer of Firle Place!)
It’s such a pleasure to document a wedding so full of beauty and beautiful moments, and to witness such strong relationship between family and friends is truly special. Amy and Martyn’s wedding story was full of such moments, wonderful people and stunning, hand picked details – being set against the incredible backdrop that is Great Fosters, makes for a wedding story not to be missed.
Amy and Martyn celebrated their wedding at Great Fosters, one of Surrey’s most prestigious venues. Its an incredible 14th century Elizabethan Manor House filled with so much character and charm, it exudes wow factor and it’s the ultimate setting for a chic and sophisticated wedding – as you’ll see Amy and Martyn had just that.