Amanda and Sim’s Brighton wedding is an absolute corker. And so Brighton too! From Amanda’s fab red Irregular Choice shoes (Irregular Choice was founded here in Brighton don’t you know) to Lindyhopping the night away to (Brighton Favourites) The Swing Ninjas.
The stunning shot above of this gorgeous Hove couple in front of Brighton Pier by locally based Neil Shaw has to be one of our fave Brighton wedding shots too!
It is only natural for everyone in the wedding party to want to look their very best, including the groomsman. They know that they are going to be part of the action and that they are likely to be in a lot of the wedding photos and videos too, so naturally they will want to be wearing an outfit that suits them.
When a wedding florist gets married you just know the flowers are going be amazing and Sussex wedding florist, Juliet’s wedding flowers are crazy amazing! Juliet and James’ wedding at Farbridge wedding Barn in West Sussex is a must-see especially if you are thinking of having a barn wedding or looking for some fabulous foliage and floral wedding decor inspiration for your wedding.
Everything from Juliet’s beautiful flower crown to the amazing naked wedding cake and floral wedding barn decor is just gorgeous.
Everybody loves a wedding. As well as being a chance to catch up with friends and family, it is a great opportunity to dress up for the guests as well as the happy couple. Most wedding guests treat themselves to a special outfit.
Shopping for wedding guest clothes can be fun, as you get to try on something a bit different and spend a bit more than you might normally do. However, because you are likely to be spending more money on your outfit you’ll want to make sure that it is just right. To help you to do this we have put together these simple wedding guest outfit shopping tips to help you find that perfect outfit.
Allow yourself enough time
One mistake people often make is leaving things to the last minute. When you are buying a special outfit this isn’t a great idea. Sometimes you can be lucky and find something that you like after just a few hours shopping. However, this doesn’t always happen and you can end up last minute panic buying (we’ve all been there!). Or even if you find the right outfit, you can still struggle to find the accessories that you need if you haven’t left enough time. [CLICK TO READ MORE]
One of the best things about planning your wedding is most definitely taking time out to flick through brochures (or just even Google) dreamy destinations to visit on your honeymoon. Honeymoons are the icing on the (wedding) cake as far as we’re concerned, when it comes to celebrating your marriage (YAY!), as it gives you precious time together to have adventures or just chill out after a busy pre-wedding build-up.
However, deciding just where to go – with so many choices – can cause honeymoon headaches. To inspire your once-in-a-lifetime trip, we’ve collated Sussex couples’ top ten honeymoon destinations, from the last 100 couples weddings we’ve featured… enjoy!
Ah, the Maldives. White sands, turquoise seas, palm trees – in a word: paradise! We can certainly see why it’s such a popular dream destination for so many couples from Sussex and beyond. Chill out in post-wedded bliss on tropical shores, go snorkelling and enjoy cocktails as the sun sets.
Food, shopping and architecture more your thing? New York – the city that never sleeps – could be the perfect destination for you! Take in the amazing sights, stroll through Central Park and indulge in some of the finest restaurants in the world like Love Sussex Weddings readers Anna and Chris, Francesca and Matt and Louise and Lee.
To celebrate the re-opening of Southover Grange a beautiful historic manor house in Lewes, East Sussex, following its £1.5 million refurbishment by East Sussex County Council, couples are being offered the chance to win their wedding ceremony for FREE on the opening day (29th April 2017) of this beautiful Sussex wedding venue and register office.
Councillor Chris Dowling, county council lead member for community services, said:
“The restoration has breathed new life into a stunning period building while maintaining its unique character. This competition will allow people to be part of history and for their ceremony to be the first of its kind at the newly-refurbished venue.”
The lucky winners will win the right to be the first couple to tie the knot in the newly refurbished, 16th Century Manor House with the registrars.
The competition is also open to those planning: a civil partnership, a renewal of marriage vows or a baby-naming ceremony. Each ceremony will be held on the opening day.
Cllr Dowling added: “We’re delighted to be in a position where we’re now taking bookings for ceremonies and celebrations at Southover Grange, which will provide a fantastic backdrop.”
photo: Andrew J R Squires
The winning couple will win their ceremony with the registrars officiating free of charge on the opening day, with up to 55 guests able to attend. [CLICK TO READ MORE]