Victoria and Jason were great fun to spend the day with and really went out of there way to make sure their guests had a great time. One of the highlights was the bouncy castle that they had provided to keep the children entertained and once they had bored with it everyone else made sure it didn't go to waste. One of my favourite moments though was finding the increasingly rare cigar shot:
Buxted Park has some great locations for wedding photographs, both inside and out. We were once again lucky with the weather and went for a short walk around the grounds in the late afternoon, in reality you could easily spend the entire day wandering around, but of course your guests might wonder if you'd got lost or been savaged by ravenous squirrels or something.
We also just managed to squeeze in a quick sunset photo, which was followed up later by another wedding party letting off Chinese lanterns into the night sky, a very unexpected treat that luckily didn't result in large tracts of Ashdown Forest going up in flames (although the photo's would have been great!).
The wedding cake was supplemented with some very stylish cupcakes made by her bridesmaid, Lucy. Lucy has just started out the the cake business and from what I have seen of her work she will be a great success, she doesn't have a website yet, but feel free to contact me if you would like her details.
Buxted Park is a stunning wedding venue, or alternatively a very elegant holiday base to explore the surrounding areas of Sussex, you can find more details on their website.