A Worthing Wedding // Take Me To The Beach
Heyyy, What a lush Worthing Wedding!
We all know I absolutely LOVE to travel for weddings, it’s such a good way of seeing loads of different venues, and is the main reason I don’t charge for travel. So when I was asked to go photograph this gorgeous day for Emily and Jack, I was over the moon! I even got to go to the south coast for the first time! Woohoo!
Emily and Jack got married at St Margarets Church, and then headed to The Fox Inn – Patching for their reception, a lovely pub with a marquee out the back and lots of grass and beautiful scenery!
“We wanted our friend Tom to marry us. St Margarets is our local parish church and our friend Rev Tom Robson, Vicar from Littlehampton was given permission to marry us there. The Fox inn at Patching, was local, laid back with a marquee and lots of outside space for everyone to relax and enjoy.
Our ‘Style’ for the day was casual, informal and fun with lots of homemade decorations, bunting and flower arrangements and home made cake. We wanted everyone to relax and enjoy our special day.
We wanted the day to reflect the way we are and it was important for us to be married and everyone to have fun after the serious bit was done and dusted.
Our favourite part of the day was when we went to the beach for pictures! A moment away from it all was really nice, we got to chat, laugh and have some wicked photos taken too!
You were really relaxed and that helped us feel relaxed around you. We didn’t notice you taking the pictures in the church as you were so discreet. You fitted in and mingled with our friends and family with a smile for everyone all day.
Future tips for couples; act normal, the best photos were caught when it was all natural. Pick Daz Mack, to help you have a great day and great photos to follow.“
Dress Designer and Retailer: Velvet Birdcage for my wedding dress.
Bridesmaids Dresses: Freya chose hers from Monsoon and Emma chose hers from New Look.
Hair: Hannah & Lois, Emily’s friend.
Accessories: OOAK Resin Designs for the day of the dead sugar skull cuff links and pins.
Florist: Michelle, The Flower Shop, Littlehampton, Unit 2, True Blue Precinct.
Suits: Moss Bros Chichester.
Ties: Sugar Skull design from Van Buck England.
Caterers: The pub owner and chef Paul did the food and the main cake was made by Denise Emily’s mum
Lights/Props/Photobooth: Barry, Emily’s Grandad made an arbour and hanging photo frame, which we decorated. We provided our own assorted props.
and a big thanks to Tom Mapley who sang and played his guitar whilst we signed the register.
This was such a lovely and relaxed day, with everyone just so happy and having a great time from start to finish, I hope you love these pictures as much as I do!
Daz Mack x