Liz & Steve

I'm not really sure what to say about this particular wedding as I feel like if I start talking about it I actually won't stop. I ABSOLUTELY LOVED EVERY MINUTE OF IT! Ok, Emma... start from the beginning...

Well Liz got in touch back in October and I felt an instant connection... you know when you just know that you could sit and drink wine together.... for a long while. She also sent me a picture of her kitten called Flo who was I.D.E.N.T.I.C.A.L (I'm not joking) to our kitten who was also called Flo... it was fate :) Me and Pete managed to meet them both before the wedding at the venue (and then the pub) and we instantly loved them both and seeing where they were getting married and hearing their plans I was actually ready to burst!

Liz and Steve were married in Worthing at the Worthing Dome which has the most amazing art deco cinema on the ground floor and a gorgeous sun room with a balcony on the first floor where they hold civil ceremonies and the reception. Opposite to this scrummy building was the beautiful beach and Worthing Pier.... errr... wow.

Liz wore a jaw dropping fishtail dress with a cute faux fur shrug, a cute pearl necklace and a birdcage veil... ahh man this photographer was so in her element! Oh and her shoes! Bright red!... yummy, yummy, yum, yum. Steve also looked pretty dapper in a cool navy suit teamed with a purple tie and matching purple thistle boutonniere.

The ceremony was beautifully relaxed and then whilst the wedding party celebrated with glasses of champagne I was given 45 whole minutes with Liz and Steve... (big grin). We walked along the pier and then found the most amazing little retro cafe along the seafront... (these shots might actually be my favourite ever).

Liz and Steve then rejoined their guests and tucked in to a gorgeous buffet and listened to the Father of the Bride's very emotional speech and then everyone watched Steve's very funny slide show story of how he proposed to Liz.

Even the table decorations were cool.... cute homemade vinyls with music legends such as Elvis as table names, gorgeous wild flowers and cute badges as favours. Oh and an old vintage typewriter for guests to write little messages! Everything was finished off with some kick ass music, lots of dancing and The Photo Booth. I'm tellin' ya the whole thing was just beyond ACE.

I'm not going to gush anymore I promise and I really don't need to go on about how lovely this pair are cus I'll tell them in person when we meet for a beer. Yay!

So I'm thinking you might wanna grab a cuppa due to the hefty amount of photos I've posted below....I just couldn't bear leaving any out.... enjoy!