Sometimes things don’t work out at all how you wanted them to be. And sometimes this is for the best. Eventually a wedding in a giant garden in June turned into a wedding at the George in Rye in July. And having been there I have to say that’s a pretty good thing! Sian and Ed first got in touch two years before their wedding. This does indeed sound early but at least it gave them plenty of time to roll with the punches wedding planning threw at them. And at the end, like a phoenix from the ashes, this incredible day full of emotions, laughter, beauty and celebrations emerged.
A hot July on the East Sussex coast made for an even hotter day in a medieval town. Rarely have I been in a more sweltering room for bridal preparations. I’ve also hardly ever come across a family like this one before and from mopping the sweat off my brow in the morning to finally enjoying a somewhat cool breeze in the dark street outside the George late at night I’ve thoroughly enjoyed this fantastic day. The amazing flowers were done by Ed’s mother, all those cute children were even more cute in person and seeing two families this close and full of heartfelt emotions made me feel all warm and fuzzy inside as well. Thank you, Sian and Ed for taking me on this journey with you and well done for ending up where you did.
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