Hello! It’s been a little while since i’ve blogged because of a mad couple of months but im really excited to share my favourite 10 frames from Emma and Kelly’s wedding in Brighton in September. Brighton is one of my favourite UK seaside towns because of the culture and colour on every street.
Emma and Kelly wanted to keep their day really low key and intimate and that was definitely achieved. They packed their bags in Chesterfield and along with 30 of their nearest and dearest, they headed for the seaside.
They picked the Royal Pavilion for their ceremony. From the outside, it felt as though I had been magically transported to India because of the incredible architecture of the building. Inside was even more incredible and it is easy to see why this is a popular wedding venue. After the ceremony, we were given the opportunity to take some photographs in the museum part of the Pavilion and that was really special. We then ventured down onto the beach where the girls heroically tackled the sloping shore line in their wedding dresses. The reception took place at The Coach House, where the guests ate dinner, drank wine and shared smiles and stories for the rest of the day. I really enjoyed the food and the company. It was a thoroughly enjoyable day.
Thanks so much for the invite lovely ladies!
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