Wedding Photography St. Peter’s Church Slinfold, West Sussex
This quaint little church in the village of Slinford was the setting for Will and Beca’s summer wedding last year. The Church of England parish church of Saint Peter was designed by the Gothic Revival architect Benjamin Ferrey in a late 13th century style and built in 1861 on the site of the original medieval parish church. My day began nearby where Beca was getting ready, before I headed over to the church in time to see Will arriving with his ushers. After a beautiful ceremony the couple were treated to a guard of honour outside the church before being chauffeur driven back home for a beautiful drinks reception and marquee in the garden. The garden and the marquee had been lovingly styled with boho details with a touch of glamour, and thanks to near perfect wedding weather, everyone was able to enjoy the sunshine and glorious views of the Sussex countryside before entering the marquee for the wedding breakfast and speeches. As night time fell, the marquee was transformed as fairy lights came on and guests were able to enjoy the minicab photo booth provided by www.cameracabtastic.com now parked outside. Once the cake had been cut and Will and Beca took to the floor for their first dance, the party really got started. The band were brilliant and the dance floor was packed all night long.