A quick sneak peek of Bella & Toby who married at Arundel Cathedral recently. The reception was held at Southdowns Manor where this example was taken shortly after the wedding breakfast. A preview gallery will be on the website soon…
Caroline & Alex married at St James Church, Birdham last weekend and had their reception at Hollybank House, Emsworth. Sun, smiles and hats.. lots of hats! See some previews on my website here See more of this Sussex Wedding
Caroline & Liam married at Arundel Cathedral recently and I had the pleasure of being their wedding photographer for their special day. After the ceremony and group shots at the Cathedral, on the way to the reception, we stopped off in Arundel for some couple portraits. Here is just one sneak peek… More to come!
Thank you so much for photographing our wedding day! Your photos are truly outstanding and are everything I could have dreamed off! You really have a special talent and your calm presence on the day was wonderful. Thanks again for capturing our special day in the style we wanted!
With kind regards
Caroline and Liam x
A confetti shot from the wedding of Christina & Dave in March at Upwaltham Barns. You can see more here on the website..
They are absolutely fantastic, thank you so much. It might take us a while to choose as we love them all! You’ve captured every part of the day perfectly.
Thank you also for being part of our day, you fitted in perfectly and you were exactly what we wanted from our photographer, professional but really friendly, discreet but efficient and you let Dave and I and our guests relax and enjoy the photos without putting us into too many different poses but giving direction when needed!
You really captured our wedding story and all the emotions throughout the day in the photos- perfect, thank you.
Christina and Dave
On Saturday I had the pleasure of photographing the wedding of Kate & Iain at Amberley Church, followed by reception at Amberley Castle. Coverage began early at Amberley Castle, I spent a bit of time taking photographs around the grounds before some bridal preparations. Kate was ready well on time, and wanted some small family groups and shots with the bridesmaids before heading to the church. I then went and met up with Iain and the guys for some pre wedding shots of them and the guests arriving. I can’t believe how lucky they were with the weather, the day before and the day after were quite horrific! After the ceremony and a confetti shot, myself and the happy couple sneaked away for 20 minutes or so for some romantic portraits around the castle. It was then time for a few select groups before relaxing with their guests for a couple of hours prior to the wedding breakfast. Outdoor games were set out for everyone to enjoy, along with an ice cream bike beneath the treehouse for refreshments! I spent the rest of the day capturing natural shots, guest requests and couple portraits. The wedding breakfast was held upstairs in the restaurant, which looked stunning as always! Here are a couple from the day…