Paul Fletcher Photography » Sussex documentary wedding photographer based in Brighton.

Wow, what a cracker of a wedding day in Brighton! When I first heard from Mel and Lawrence I was instantly charmed by their friendly and laid back demeanor and I knew we would work so well together. The ceremony was at 3pm at the end of October in Brighton and before I could mention anything to do with a late autumn ceremony, they mentioned that they were hoping for a couple shoot around Brighton prior to the ceremony. I can’t begin to tell you what a breath of fresh air that was! Now everything was a possibility and we had two hours in town by taxi to achieve everything we hoped for, including visiting their beach hut. This was a wonderful wedding day and I loved every minute. Here’s a selection of my favourite images from this fab day! Thank you both! P x

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Emma and Pete’s wedding at Wadhurst Church and Wadhurst Castle was an absolutely wonderful experience. Having worked together previously on their pre-wedding shoot the photography on the day was a breeze and so much fun. One uber happy gorgeous couple, fabulous weather and the breathtaking backdrop of the castle. What more could one ask for! Here’s my take on their awesome wedding day :)

 

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There may well have been torrential rain throughout the day and evening at Wadhurst Castle on Tanya and Dag’s wedding day, however it didn’t dampen our spirits and we managed to take a gorgeous set of images regardless! It did help that we’d had a family pre-wedding shoot in the grounds earlier in the summer, whilst the flowers were at their absolute best. You can check out just how beautiful the grounds were during their Wadhurst Castle pre-wedding shoot. Here’s my take on a thoroughly enjoyable day with the most wonderful couple! Enjoy!

Wedding couple in the doorway of wadhurst castle

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Greg and Jaime’s wedding at Southover Church and Bartholomew Barn was an absolute cracker with ‘proper summer weather’! We had everything we’d hoped for, including cricket on the lawn, photos in the fields and even a bit of a sunset to top it off! They’d booked me two and a half years before the wedding, so the three of us spent time together before the day for a fab pre-wedding shoot in West Sussex , which was thoroughly enjoyable and made the wedding day an even more chilled affair! Here’s my take on a most wonderful summers day. Enjoy!

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My return to Hever Castle this year was an absolute cracker, not least because Jessie and Martin were super chilled and fab to work with! Then there’s the stunning Castle and Aster wing and I was really excited that bride’s preparations took place in the bridal suite with the most gorgeous light. The dining room was set up for the wedding breakfast when I arrived and looked absolutely stunning, as was the ceremony room too! Groom’s preps in the snooker room was a treat and the drinks reception on the lawn beside the castle was the icing on the cake! We managed to fit in two swift, but decisive couple shoots, one during drinks and one after the wedding breakfast whilst the guests were being relocated for the evening reception, so everyone was happy and no-one missed the bride and groom. I very much hope I get to return for more weddings at Hever Castle because it is an awesome wedding venue with the most helpful, attentive staff. Here’s my take on your wonderful wedding day guys, thank you so much for choosing me :) P x

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