One afternoon I received a phone call from the lovely Tamara who shared with me all her hopes for her dream wedding at the beautiful Nymans National Trust in Sussex. I honestly couldn’t imagine a more dreamy setting for a wedding than the beautiful arches of the Loggia in the Sunk Garden’s secluded lawn at Nymans. I was overjoyed that her and her fiancé Fred wanted to book me as their Sussex wedding photographer to photograph their day.

Laughter was coming from the open windows of the Manor House where Tamara and her girls were getting ready on the morning of their day. Tamara was such a peaceful bride and was just so looking forward to finally marrying her childhood sweetheart.

Upon arriving at Nymans, Tamara’s dad was waiting for her just around the corner from the beautiful Loggia where Fred and their guests were eagerly awaiting her arrival. Tears and hugs were shared by Tamara and her dad which was so beautiful to witness from a short distance away.

Fred’s face was a picture of joy as he watched Tamar walking towards him. Their intimate ceremony was just perfect and they were joined by all their guests in front of the stunning Nymans ruins for a group photo afterwards.

Wanting to make the most of the amazing gardens at Nymans, Tamar and Fred asked me to accompany them for half an hour for some portrait photos of just the two of them. As a Sussex wedding photographer, this is by far my favourite part of the day! I love capturing those loved up and in awe moments just after a bride and groom have got married and creating some beautiful photographs of the two of them together.

Tamara and Fred had their wedding reception under a stunning canopy in the lovely gardens of Fred’s parents house – his childhood home. What a beautiful celebration it was including handpicked flowers, homemade bunting, a hog roast, confetti canons  and an amazing wedding cake make by Tamara herself! I left Tamara and Fred dancing the night away with their friends and my heart very full. I absolutely love being a Sussex wedding photographer and having the honour of being a part of these wonderful couples days.