A Laid Back Brighton Beach Wedding
June 15, 2010
Becky & Jon wanted to have a laid back wedding with all their closest friends and family at one of their favourite posh restaurants in Brighton,
The Ginger Pig. Originally Becky didn’t even want to wear a wedding dress but after falling in love with this gorgeous David Fielden number, she soon changed her mind. It even disguised her baby bump pretty well! She paired this with some vintage shoes that had belonged to her Mother. The ceremony was held at Brighton Town Hall which was followed by some quick portraits on the beach – complete with the iconic Brighton beach huts and champagne in plastic glasses!
Thanks to the lovely Lisa for sharing this wedding with us today
Dress: David Fielden
Cake: Real Parisserie
Ceremony: Brighton Town Hall
Reception: The Ginger Pig
Groom’s suit: Gresham Blake, Brighton
Hair: Amanda Bailey, Brighton
Bridesmaid’s dresses: Monsoon and Leonie Claire
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