Last month I was photographing a wedding of David and Lisa. They got married in Brighton, a location quite special for them. David has proposed to Lisa there and the very first photo in this post starts their amazing wedding story. David said that this is exactly the view he remembers from the night when proposed to Lisa. I first met them a while ago in my studio when Lisa and David came for the family photoshoot with their gorgeous little girl Izzy. I was very excited when they asked me to photograph their Brighton wedding. The Big Day had fallen on the hottest day this year so far and the atmosphere was great. It started at Hotel Du Vin where Lisa and her bridesmaids were getting ready. I then took a short walk to The Royal Pavilion and I found Dave in a nearby All Bar One. Soon after the bride arrived with her Dad and the ceremony took place in a stunning Royal Pavilion’s Red Room. After the formal part of exchanging rings and vows we moved to the amazing Music Room for a handful of bride and groom shots. When David and Lisa greeted all guests in the Pavilion gardens we then took a big group shot. Best man Charlie led the congregation back to the Hotel DuVin for a drinks reception. After the wedding breakfast and speeches David and Lisa took a walk to the place where it all started, the “doughnut sculpture”. It was actually quite funny, as I have said to Lisa that in such a busy place nobody would pay attention to bride and groom walking along. I was wrong. People were cheering them, girls were commenting on Lisa’s gorgeous dress and at one point a whole bar was shouting congratulations. Back to the hotel and evening fun started with cutting of the cake and the first dance. I have recently shared a photo from this Brighton wedding, one of Lisa and her mum just after the first dance. It is still my favourite. I wish you all the best guys and hope to meet you again.