Horsham church wedding photography
A local wedding for me, a Horsham church wedding, a wedding in the town in which I live in Sussex. Kay and Spiro's intimate wedding, with family and a few friends, took place on a curiously cold day in May. So much for late Spring/early summer. They opted for a reduced coverage - from arrivals at the church until everyone sat down for the wedding meal at the local golf club in Mannings Heath.
This unusual cold May weather was hardly welcoming to Spiro's Greek relatives. It felt and looked more like a bitterly cold day in March. Not that Kay's Scottish relatives would have found it Spring-like either.
St Mary's church, Horsham
The wedding ceremony was at Horsham's main church, in the old part of the West Sussex market town, at the end of The Causeway. St Mary's church. It's spire dominates the town, when looking down from surrounding hills. A heavily restored thirteenth-century church, built over an earlier Norman church. Possibly the oldest building in the town. I've found what I can photograph, of a wedding at St Mary's change often - either no pictures at all to no major restrictions. In this case, photography was allowed.
Mannings Heath Golf Club
After the wedding ceremony and confetti in the churchyard, it was to Mannings Heath golf club, just outside Horsham. The weather meant everyone stayed indoors. Plans to have the reception drinks on the terrace at the wedding reception were shelved, with everyone huddling in the bar, amongst those enjoying the 19th hole, by propping up the bar. Kay and Spiro braved the cold and the mud for some quick couple pics, before dinner. For a wedding in May, it seemed more like a winter wedding. So much is dictated by the weather in this country.
Here are a few images from this Horsham church wedding...
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