13 May Brighton wedding photography Angel House Hove
``Michael came to us highly recommended and after our initial meeting we knew that we would be in safe hands. He was friendly, full of ideas. On the day itself he was a pleasure to have around and the resulting photos speak for themselves – brilliant, artistic, creative and captured the magic of the day perfectly. Thank you so much.`` – Julie & Martyn
Angel House wedding
Angel House on Hove seafront in East Sussex is a Georgian gem, and a stunning venue to have your wedding. Its address alone is a clue to its colourful history.
No. 1 Brunswick Terrace was designed in the 1820s and was one of the first properties to be built by Regency architect Charles Busby. It became a bohemian hangout for artists and musicians in the 1960s, but by the mid-90s had fallen into disrepair. Then about 10 years ago, it was lovingly restored by the current owner, Phill Haiselden and it’s become a most elegant place for weddings and fashion shoots.
Brighton wedding photography
For these reasons, and the fact that it’s just a few minutes walk from where they live, Julie and Martyn chose Angel House as their wedding venue. The day itself was one of those four-seasons-in-one-day spring afternoons, with everything from hailstorms and sparkling sunshine hitting the south coast.
Julie was really keen to have pictures of her and her two daughters enjoying those precious few hours before the ceremony. I love these moments too. For me they are some of the most natural and revealing of the whole wedding day.
As you can see from the pictures Julie looked really amazing and incredibly relaxed for someone just about to get married. In fact, I don’t think I’ve ever seen a couple so thoroughly enjoy every single moment of their wedding day. Thanks to both of you for having me around and making it such fun, especially our stroll along Hove promenade.
If you’re looking for a documentary wedding photographer to tell the story of your Angel House wedding, or any other location, I’d love you to get in touch.