This Festival Frickley Lake Wedding in Sussex was absolutely EPIC!
Here’s what Jo & Matt had to say about their wedding photographs
“Just wanted to say ooohh mmyyy god we love our photos!!! They’re fucking incredible!!! We did what you suggested and got a bottle of bubbles and went through them. Was a great way to jog our memories. My family are well impressed as well.
Are you having the same feeling as me of “I can’t believe time travel isn’t possible, I’d do my wedding day over and over again!!”. Those scientists need to get a move on, they’d make a fortune in the wedding industry haha.”
Jo & Matt aren’t wrong there! Someone needs to invent time travel already! As always, supplier details can be found at the end of this post. I hope you enjoy looking through this epic Festival Frickley Lake Wedding.
Fun Wedding Photography
Dinosaurs, Bouncy Castles & Pirate Hour!
Jo was my kinda bride. She totally didn’t care about getting her dress or shoes (or feet!) muddy. We climbed over fences to get into an awesome fern patch, for an epic jurassic photo. She nearly fell over by having a space hopper race with her hubby Matt. She had the time of her life on a bouncy castle and made sure pirate hour was a thing on her wedding day. Yep, you read that right, PIRATE HOUR. Everyone dressed up, drank rum and danced.
Moral of the story? Jo & Matt were fucking rad. Oh and everyone should have pirate hour in their daily lives tbh.
- Venue: Frickley Lake
- Dress: Mother of the bride!!! (she’s a genius)
- Suit: Ben Sherman
- Hair: Kitty Boo
- MUA: Kitty Boo
- Florist: Not for me!
- Cake of Cheese: Costco
- Music: Codename Colin
- Food: Epi Catering
- Bridesmaid dresses: Run & Fly
- Groomsens gear: Red Herring Tie
- Brides shoes: Dr Martens
If you’re after Festival Frickley Lake Wedding Photography, or looking for colourful Sussex wedding photography get in touch, I’d love to hear all about your plans.
Kirsty is a fun quirky and colourful wedding photographer, specialising in creative documentary wedding photography that tells the story of your day. There’s no stiff awkward portraits, or Chandler Bing smiles; just meaningful moments and life long memories.