I get to travel a lot with my work and I love it but there’s the obvious plus sides of working close to home. Weirdly, my work takes me mostly out of the Sussex area which means I get to see other parts of the country and world for that matter. This lovely day was one that I got to second shoot for my husband, Chris.
Charlotte and Nick married just outside of Brighton at The Downland Church of the Transfiguration, a medieval church in Pyecombe village. In natural Chris and Laura style (husband and I!), Chris captured the girls and I went to capture Nick’s morning shenanigans at the couple’s home and then at The Plough in Pyecombe for some pre-wedding nerve settling drinks!
After their ceremony, there was a tractor, trailer and hay bale seating ready to take Charlotte, Nick and a merry band of bridesmaids over to their reception at Pangdean Old Barn. Brighton’s only barn wedding venue, Pangdean Old Barn sits on the outskirts of the city in rolling Sussex country hills and it’s gorgeous for those who love Brighton but still want it’s countryside for their day too. Not only this but Nicky and her team are superb in everything they do and they’re lovely too!
Here are a bundle of images from their day…I couldn’t just pick a few!
Venue: Pangdean Old Barn <