The Wedding Day

Our day began at Bee’s family home in Horsham, set to a serene morning of bridal preparations. The scene was brightened further by a stunning delivery from Fleurs Florist, Horsham — Bee's bouquet was the most impressive and voluminous I’ve ever captured. Kudos to Fleurs Florist! After enjoying some pizza, we made our way to the ceremony.

The Ceremony

The vows were exchanged at St. Mary’s Church in Horsham, a place cherished by Bee’s family. Its breathtaking stained glass windows and the heartfelt ceremony underscored why I cherish wedding photography in Horsham so much. The love surrounding Bee and Toby, felt even through their guests' joyous expressions, was profoundly touching.

The Reception

Post-ceremony, we transitioned to the picturesque Wintershall Estate. Here, Bee and Toby hosted a socially-distanced picnic, making the most of the delightful weather. One of the highlights was the couple’s entrance to the reception, accompanied by two charming donkeys — a delightful first for me! A beautiful blessing followed, shared with all guests, marking a truly poignant moment of the celebration.

The afternoon and evening buzzed with laughter and relaxed conversations, rounding off with heartfelt speeches. Bee and Toby’s sparkler-lit farewell as Mr. and Mrs. Laker was the perfect close to their day — always a favorite moment of mine!

A heartfelt thanks to Bee and Toby’s families for welcoming me into their beautiful day. It was a joy capturing these wonderful moments, and I am thrilled to be back behind the camera celebrating love.

List of Suppliers:

  • Bouquet: Fleurs Florist
  • Car: MC Trigg Campers
  • Dress: Dirty Roses
  • Picnic style dining with guests bringing their own picnics
  • Cake lovingly made by Aunty Tam
  • All decorations were handmade, including favours
  • Donkeys: Owned by Georgie Gregson, known for performances in Wintershall Nativities and plays across Surrey
  • Venue: Wintershall Estate (exclusive venue not open for general wedding bookings)
  • Doves: Sussex Dove Release
  • Church: St Mary’s Horsham

Congratulations once again to Mr. and Mrs. Laker! I hope you cherish the photos as much as I enjoyed taking them!