Amy and Jon’s wedding photography in the Sussex countryside

December 20, 2013

I knew this wedding would be an amazing one. Being asked to shoot Amy and Jons wedding day was a pleasure right from the start. Having briefly met them during social gatherings via one of my best friends and then again at our official meeting in a local bar in Hove, it was clear to me that these two were the stuff that wedding dreams are made of. Amy originally from Canada and Jon from here, they met at the school they worked at and fell in love, knowing that their future was going to be together from the start. Jon, an unassuming British gent and Amy, outgoing and vibrant, they truly are the perfect match, adding qualities to each other and a pleasure to be in company with.

The Anchor Inn in Barcombe near Lewes was the venue, so perfectly British and rustic, somewhere I know well (!) Amy getting ready in the chalet in the grounds with the great Emma and Anastasia from Bespoke Belle doing hair and make up, the day unfolded organically and perfectly for these two, friends and family supportive and adding so much love to the day. Amy meeting her best girls in the bar for a pint was hilarious and shooting their portraits in the fields opposite was lovely, the both of them concentrating on each other and enjoying some time alone together.

Amy sang a song for Jon (amazing voice!) and we all cried during Jon’s speech, and the day was perfectly rounded up with everyone dancing the night away.

You two, such a pleasure to shoot your wedding photography, you are both such lovely people and so sweet together. Ill see you soon I’m sure and we can raise a glass to your perfect day. x




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