We battened down the hatches for brides preparations at Hove seafront on Saturday, having been lashed against the railings by the galeforce winds whilst making my way there. I needed excellent foresight for this wedding, because of the cold wind, but most of all I needed a brave bride and groom! Zandra, the bride, wasn’t phased by the weather and Patrick, the groom, would find his strength from his new wife’s resolve (sorry Patrick but you know how cold you were). This really was the coldest weather I have experienced at a wedding and all because of the wind chill. The trick with inclement weather is to take every opportunity and we did just that. Having started at Hove seafront, we made our way to St Margaret’s Church, Rottingdean for a lovely service by my favourite vicar, Father Martin. After the ceremony we headed off to the Hove Club for a Morrocan feast, stopping off midway at the Brighton Bandstand for a lightning quick photo session. The brief had always been ‘little intervention’ with lots of natural shots, so without further ado, here’s my take on a natural and thoroughly enjoyable windy wedding day. Congratulations Patrick and Zandra and best wishes for your wonderful future together!
I’d like to also give a quick mention to Ross Rolls Royce for the fabulous Rolls Royce 20/25 Saloon