Henhaw Farm wedding couple portrait

HENHAW FARM WEDDING PHOTOGRAPHER


“You managed to capture every detail and emotion perfectly.”


HENHAW FARM WEDDING PHOTOGRAPHER – ANNA & BEN


HENHAW FARM WEDDING PHOTOGRAPHER


Four Oaks Farm wedding confetti

FOUR OAKS FARM WEDDING PHOTOGRAPHER


“Thank you so much for being so amazing on the day and for capturing the beautiful photographs!”


FOUR OAKS FARM WEDDING PHOTOGRAPHER – GEORGIE & SAM



Pippingford Park wedding couple kissing in field

PIPPINGFORD PARK WEDDING PHOTOGRAPHER


“These are brilliant! So beautiful and full of the joy we remember from the day.”


PIPPINGFORD PARK WEDDING PHOTOGRAPHER – JEN & SIMON



TOTTINGTON MANOR WEDDING PHOTOGRAPHER


“We absolutely love them!!”


TOTTINGTON MANOR WEDDING PHOTOGRAPHER – ALLIE & HENRY

The morning prep started at Allie’s parent’s house in Brighton. I think the award for the best reaction from a bride’s dad after seeing his daughter in her dress for the first time definitely goes to Allie’s dad. It was brilliant!

From Brighton, I set off to catch up with Henry at the beautiful St Andrews church in Edburton. A quaint little church tucked away at the bottom of the South Downs, it really was a lovely place for an intimate ceremony with their nearest and dearest.

Henry had mentioned to me before the ceremony that he was worried about being able to hold it together when he saw Allie walk down the aisle and his emotions did get the better of him briefly. It was such a beautiful moment though and I felt very lucky to be there to witness it.

After the ceremony, we made our way to their Tottington Manor wedding reception, a short drive from the church. It really is a lovely venue and the location and panoramic views from there are absolutely stunning.

As the wedding breakfast and speeches came to an end the sun was starting to go down and the light was incredible. Wanting to make the most of it, we jumped in the car and went to a beautiful cornfield at the bottom of the South Downs to grab some golden hour portraits. I love when we’re able to get away for a short time on the wedding day and make the most of the light but have you back before your guests even know you’re gone.

As the DJ, Brett of Hotsteppaz got the tunes going the party really got started and the dance floor was packed, it was awesome, so much fun and a really great way to end a special day.

 

Hotsteppaz Wedding DJ – https://www.djbrighton.com/



NYMANS GARDENS WEDDING PHOTOGRAPHER


“What an awesome set of pictures! So great!”


NYMANS GARDENS WEDDING PHOTOGRAPHER – GEORGIA & RICH

Georgia & Rich decided to have their ceremony at the stunning Nymans Gardens in West Sussex. With its manor house, ruins and beautiful gardens it really was a special place to tie the knot.

The weather couldn’t have been better on the day, the sun was shining and the skies were clear. After the wedding ceremony at Nymans, we all took a short walk across a few fields to Rich’s parent’s Farm where the reception would be held. The farm is in such an awesome location, with panoramic countryside views, just when you thought it couldn’t get any better after being at Nymans Gardens.

In the field behind the house, they had a Tipi marquee, decorated with nods to their favourite bands from the past, an old Citron Van that had been converted into an outdoor bar and plenty of space for the guests to camp at the end of the night. Georgia & Rich are super laid back and really just wanted a relaxed fun wedding with their closest friends and family. I think they nailed it and really managed to make it their own.

The drinks were flowing and after some very amusing speeches, Rich’s parents ushered everyone outside for a surprise they had organised. Just as we all gathered a stunt plane came flying low overhead, smoke trailing from the back as he performed some pretty incredible stunts. Then as a finally fireworks came shooting out of the back of the plane, quite incredible! I don’t think I’ve ever seen a stunt plane at a wedding let alone one with fireworks too. It was such a nice surprise and a great way to end the reception before the dancing started.

Following this, we all moved back inside for the first dance and that’s when the party really kicked off. I don’t think that there was a single time for the rest of the evening that the dance floor wasn’t packed. It really was a lot of fun.

If you’re looking for a Nymans Gardens wedding photographer or anywhere else I’d love to hear about your plans for the big day.