Vintage Wedding, Barcombe, Sussex

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Ben and Freya celebrated their wedding in the village of Barcombe, near Lewes in Sussex. A lovely setting, the village hall overlooked a stunning lake with a backdrop of lush green fields against the glorious blue sky. It truly was a beautiful day. The bride and her bridesmaids looked absolutely amazing. All styled by Kitty-Boo, who specialises in vintage and retro hair & make-up.

The Vintage Bar Box quenched the thirst of the joyous guests celebrating in the sunshine on the lawn. Serving freshly prepared Pimms made with with local Sussex produce and garnishes, guests enjoyed ample Pimms whilst the happy couple were having their photographs taken.

A full evening bar service was provided with local Sussex Ale, wines and spirits. With catering from Jam & Tea and Pizza Laundry.

Freya said “thank you so much for everything you did to make our day run so smoothly. It was amazing having the Bar Box as part of our day and our friends all thought it was an absoutely brilliant touch. We were really grateful for all your attention to detail and how hard you worked to make all our ideas come to life. The pictures in the Bar Box are some of my favourites and the deck chairs went down a storm. It was so lovely to arrive and see you all there with your umbrellas out and ready to help us indoors! For a second I was worried that everything was going to have to be in doors and I’m so delighted that the sun came out so that we all got to enjoy all the details you’d created for us. Your help all the way through the planning process was of huge benefit to us and it was so lovely to then have you both there on the day and know that we were in good hands.”

Photos: Paul Demuth