A Simple Brighton Wedding: Holly & Patrick

October 4, 2011

Holly & Patrick were married in Brighton. They didn’t really stick to a particular theme for their wedding, they simply included things they love. They wanted to keep the day simple and stress-free, as the bride explains, “We didn’t have a theme, and we didn’t say anything had to be a certain way. My dress was handmade on me, through chatting, drawings and ideas, by my friend Aimee who trained at London College of Fashion. Patrick chose his suit because he was definite that he wanted a ‘mod’ suit. It was all done very organically, and it was perfect. Somebody suggested I wear a long sleeve, high necked dress to cover my tattoos but I declined the suggestion and went for as low a back as possible.”

“I handmade all the invitations and the place names/wedding favours. This was to cut out unnecessary costs and because I love being creative. I used Brighton beach pebbles and decorated them with 3D copper paint with guests names on. As a treat we both also had a complimentary pre-wedding pamper (facial) from Elemis in their Brighton Spa-Pod – which was a gift from our photographers Horse and Carriage Wedding Photography.”

Thank you to Holly & Patrick and their photographers  Horse and Carriage for sharing these with us today.

Photography Credit: Horse and Carriage Wedding Photography
Ceremony Venue: The Mayor’s Parlour, Brighton
Reception Venue: The Coach House, Brighton
Bride’s Dress: Aimee Sibun
Bride’s Shoes: Kurt Geiger
Groom’s Outfit: Topman
Bridesmaid’s Dresses: Picked their own (Topshop & Jane Norman)
Cake: Rachael’s Kitchen Worthing
Flowers: Gunns, Brighton
DJ: Daniel Leo Stanley (aka DJ Missy)