Weddings

Brighton Wedding | St Paul’s Church | Brighton Band Stand | Field Place Manor House & Barns

Back in June of this year, I had the absolute privilege of joining Ellie & Ryan Forey on their wedding day to capture their ceremony at St Paul’s Church Brighton, their couple portraits at the Band Stand Brighton and then their reception at Field Place Manor House & Barns.

I’ve already posted a blog post about the day (here) which gives an in-depth view of the day and loads of pictures. But in this blog post, I wanted to focus on the venues from the day in case anyone might be looking at them for their wedding day.

I’ll start with St Paul’s Church in Brighton, which is absolutely stunning. St Paul’s church stands tall in the centre of Brighton - you can’t miss it. Built in the early 1800’s St Paul’s Church has been well recognised as a part of Brighton for years. Inside, the space is huge, accommodating lots of guests and lot’s of modern technology for bands, microphones and music whilst maintaining it’s traditional look.

Next, we made our way to one of Brighton’s beaches along the seafront. We headed straight for the Brighton Band Stand - which is in itself a famous Brighton Landmark. I don’t think I really need to say much more on this Band Stand, the pictures speak for themselves. But I don’t think you could have a beach style wedding in Brighton without visiting this gem.

Finally, we made our way to Field Place Manor House & Barns - which is a lovely, vineyard feel, venue near Worthing. Field Place Manor House was the perfect venue to embrace to beautiful heat and sunset of what can only be described as the perfect Sussex evening. With plenty of space for a dining room and separate dance room, as well as a lot of space for walking around in the gardens, Field Place Manor is the perfect venue for a larger wedding party in the Brighton, Worthing or Sussex area. The staff were also amazing.

If you want to know anything more about St Paul’s Church, the Brighton Band Stand or Field Place Manor House & Barns then get in touch with me and I’ll happily share some more information. But in the meantime, here are some pictures to give a little bit more of an idea.