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Alfresco Brighton Wedding {Grace & Adam}

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Grace & Adam are very special.  They are the first people to ever get married on the actual beach in Brighton!  How cool is that!?  What an honour to be there to capture this special seaside ceremony and lovely Alfresco Brighton wedding.  Grace & Adam have explored all around the world (and in fact met whilst travelling!), and have walked on so many beaches together – that it only seemed fitting to get married next to the sea.  Which sounds just like absolute bliss doesn’t it!  However, there’s a reason beach weddings aren’t a huge thing over in here in the UK, and it’s because,… Read more

Blackstock Barn Wedding {Steph & Emma}

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There are many many exciting things about this wedding.  Firstly, it was held on a farm (the gorgeous Blackstock Country Estate wedding) which meant goats, and llamas and other such funny looking animals – just see how nicely this happy goat is smiling in this picture (Please note: this is not a comment I have ever made about one of my wedding photos!!).  And the second VERY EXCITING thing is that the lovely Groom Steph is Greek-Cypriot – so that meant lots of very excited family, lots of cheering and hugs, and lots of lovely Ouzo!  Growing up, one of my… Read more