A scorcher of a day on the South Coast made for a great atmosphere in the recently renovated Brighton Bandstand. It’s an iconic spot to tie the knot, overlooking Brighton beach and the famous old West Pier.
Kellie got ready in the Granville Hotel, based right on the seafront, and from the balcony of the room you could see the Bandstand being prepared for the wedding ceremony in the morning.
Nicola & James married at the well known and picturesque St. Margaret’s Church Rottingdean, on the South coast a few miles East of Brighton. Through his work as a conductor, James was able to call in a few favours which resulted in an orchestra providing live music from the gallery in St. Margarets! They practiced in the morning and drew quite a crowd as the locals drifted by to listen. During the ceremony, the music and the church acoustics combined to provide a stunning soundtrack to a lovely wedding.
Lucy & Sam had a traditional ceremony in the picturesque Buildwas Church which they decorated themselves with homemade hearts made from ivy and coat hangers.
Lucy & Sam’s dog Bella was present throughout the day and it was important to the couple that she featured in the photographs.
The wedding breakfast and reception were held in the Park House Hotel where the dancing went long into the night.
Nicola & Greg were married at the recently renovated Redhouse Barn near Bromsgrove in Worcestershire. It is a lovely modern venue with everything a couple could need for a full day’s wedding celebration. As well as the renovated barn for the ceremony, there is a bridal suite to save the couple even needing to leave after the celebrations, as well as a nice garden and pond.
Donna and Steve got ready for their wedding in their own homes with their families. They then travelled to Farbridge near Chichester for a traditional ceremony in their modern barn. We used the extensive countryside around the venue for some photography, and then stayed there for the reception with family and friends in this great country venue in West Sussex.
Charlotte & Moez were married at Brighton Town Hall, and after a brief stop on the beach, the reception was at the Seattle Hotel overlooking Brighton Marina
Ceris and Andy tied the knot in this stunning Welsh venue near the world famous Rockfield recording studios – where Queen recorded Bohemian Rhapsody for trivia fans. The Stonemill has an intimate restaurant, beautiful gardens capable of taking a 200 seater marquee, and benefits from Steppes Cottages being on site, meaning the couple and guests can stay on site in a site full of olde world charm, in the heart of the Monmouthshire countryside.
Pangdean Barn, just outside Brighton was an idyllic setting for Rachel & Dan’s celebrations. The gardens and old barn make a perfect venue for an intimate celebration.
Sue and Chris married at Langrish House in West Sussex, then travelled to a picturesque setting with views across the South Downs for a country themed reception. Back to top
You can’t get venues much more striking than Balintoy Church and Lissanoure Castle, which was the combination chosen by Kate & Nick for their Northern Ireland wedding and reception.
Sarah & David married in the country church next door to Dorset House, then had their reception in the Great Hall.
Nikki & Trio’s civil partnership was a fun affair at Eastbourne Town Hall. They spent the night before the ceremony at a seafront hotel, and got ready for the big day helped by a group of friends. A little bit of local knowledge helped later in the day, as we slipped away after the town … Read More