I was so excited when I met Camilla & Neil and started to hear their plans for their wedding day. They’d chosen two of the biggest architectural landmarks in Brighton town centre as their venues – the impressive pillared Unitarian Church, followed by their reception in the Brighton Dome Bar. Stunning!!! And just like their choices of venue, Camilla and Neil are a very very cool couple – both work as archeologists, and have a real love of architecture and culture. We’d done this supercool retro pre-wedding shoot back in October which we’d all really enjoyed – so I was SO looking forward to this big day.
And even though it was a cold January day, Camilla and Neil had chosen the most perfect colour scheme of neon orange and pinks, which looked absolutely stunning in the Dome. This was also one of the technically most challenging weddings I’ve done – with the ceremony finishing at 4pm on a cold January day, there wasn’t much available light to work with. It all requires careful planning to decide on the best lighting options, and I’m chuffed to pieces with these photos! Huge congratulations Mr & Mrs Brodie, what an amazing day! xxx