There was just all kinds of awesome for this wedding in Sussex. The wedding took place in West Hoathly, an ancient village in West Sussex between London and Brighton, overlooking the spectacular North and South Downs.
Before the ceremony, the guests were welcomed for drinks at 16th c. The Cat Inn, where bridal prep was taking place upstairs. For the ceremony, it's pretty amazing when a sermon starts with "people have been married in this church for a 1000 years now." The whole village was a living museum of English history.
The couple were chauffeured to the wedding reception in a (car buff alert) 1936 Packard V12 Sedanca de Ville, one of only 3 cars in existence and featured in the Agatha Christie film, Murder on the Orient Express. All this was topped off with a spectacular tipi reception in a farmer's field down the road with a hog roast and gelato cart for dinner. A huge thank you to the brilliant Chris and Veryan for having me there to photograph your wedding celebration.