Same sex Brighton Wedding Photography

Emotional moments at the Brighton Town Hall, shenanigans on the Beach and a fun wedding party with colourful moments!

Beautiful people with beautiful stories

Last year I had the pleasure of photographing amazing weddings and also working alongside some photographers that I loved! One of them is Laura Rhian – a beautiful human being that I admire! I second shot with her for a same-sex Brighton wedding and I loved it. I felt very grateful for having that opportunity as it was an emotional day that thought me a lot.

It made me contemplate my work and how it should never be about us, but about the stories that we have the privilege to capture.
It made me realise that team work is more important than anything and we’re always stronger together. I learned that every single person has their own struggles and it’s important to open our eyes and hearts to the stories around us as we can learn from them. So thank you Laura from having me!

wedding party taking photos with the Brighton West Pier

Beautiful Same-sex Wedding at the Brighton Town Hall

The wedding of Beth and Frankie started with very relaxed getting ready moments at The Grand Hotel in Brighton. The girls were enjoying some giggles and bubbly while getting ready and Laura and I were switching between the two parties. It was really good fun! Afterwards we enjoyed a vintage red car ride to Brighton Town Hall where the ceremony took place. After beautiful readings, emotional moments and happy tears Beth and Frankie were married!

The party continued on the Brighton seafront with the West Pier ruins in the background. We took photos on the beach despite the incredibly strong winds and we enjoyed a beautiful sunset during the speeches. The first dance was very sweet and the party that continued afterwards was truly epic! Congratulations girls!

Hopefully these photos do the awesome celebration more justice than my blabbing!

** the term “same-sex wedding” are used for SEO purposes only, and for couples to be able to find me on Google 🙂 I think weddings should be all about love, not gender, sexual orientation, race or anything else.

Planning a same-sex Brighton Wedding and looking for a photographer? Contact me now for a casual chat!