There’s nothing not to like about a Brighton Pub Wedding and Rich & Erin pretty much nailed the relaxed Brighton vibe that went hand in hand with their fun, low key and lovely do 🙂
They made it official at Brighton Town Hall in front of their closest family and friends and then headed down on to the seafront for photos right on the water, and of course, at the iconic Brighton Bandstand.
Erin looking absolutely fantastic in that super slinky dress so when she told me that they were going to cycle to their reception at the Ginger Pig, I had visions of them making a quick change into the appropriate gear. But no – they just hopped on their bikes and rode happily off. Love that attitude! – and that they included their passion for cycling into the wedding, ditching the more traditional modes of wedding transport in favour of doing something completely them.
Cocktail hour was firmly underway when we arrived at The Ginger Pig for the afternoon celebrations and if you appreciate good food you need to book a table here! Such a great laid back atmosphere, it was the perfect choice for Rich & Erin’s reception and I long outstayed my ‘official hours’ thanks to their very welcoming family and friends (also, there was no way I was going to leave before the pudding was served!)
Shortly after, Rich & Erin eloped to Las Vegas for a second ceremony – would love to have been a stowaway in the case for that one! – and have just celebrated their first anniversary.
Such a great couple with a world of adventures ahead of them 🙂