I love getting the opportunity to work at new Brighton wedding venues, so I was really looking forward to Alex and Laura’s Blanch House Brighton Wedding.
The ceremony was held at Brighton Town Hall, which is only a short stroll from Blanch House in Kemp Town. After the ceremony we headed down to the beach for a few family and friends photos, then onto the Bandstand which is always a stunning option for wedding photos but does require a car if your ceremony is at the Town Hall (ours drove off without us by mistake so we had to hail a taxi, a 20-30 min walk in high heels and a dress isn’t exactly easy!).
Blanch House is a small Georgian boutique hotel, and has an onsite bar which was bright and welcoming for the arrival drinks. The wedding breakfast is served in a pretty room at the back of the hotel, which turns into the dance floor in the evening. If you’re interested in having a Blanch House Brighton Wedding you can watch a video to find out more here.
Laura’s dad had placed a box on each table to use during his speech, which contained childhood photos of Laura, so during his speech the guests could follow along to the stories he told- a great touch to a speech. As you can see from the photos Alex and Laura’s wedding was full of laughter, and of course a few tears, but mostly just full on belly laughing- my favourite kind!
If you like the look of Blanch House and want to compare it with a similar venue, Angel House is a Regency town house located at the opposite end of Brighton, directly on the seafront close to the Bandstand and offers sea views. You can also hold your ceremony here as well as your reception, so it’s a great option if you want to have everything in one venue. If you want to find out more you can view my blog here on the Angel House Brighton Wedding