Katie and Paul chose to have a small and intimate wedding in Brighton, using one of the best locations that the city has to offer, the Brighton Pavilion. The wedding took place on a randomly very hot day in October, which was completely unexpected by the guests who arrived in thick autumn wedding outfits!
The day started Hotel Du Vin where Katie was getting ready. She made (with the help of her mum) her own dress! And she wore some fabulously unusual fluorescent yellow shoes. The ceremony was held in Brighton Pavillion’s red drawing room, which is a fantastic location if you’re planning on having a small wedding (they only allow around 40 guests in the room). It’s such a stunning building both inside and out, and is a great location for wedding photography.
After a detour to the iconic Brighton Bandstand for their couple shots, we headed to the Due South restaurant on the seafront (which led to the public clapping and cheering as they walked their along towards it past the MANY sunbathers, who were making the most of what ended up being the last hot day of the year!).
Wedding Brighton Pavilion