Buxted Park Hotel Wedding

I have to say I always get a little excited when it comes to a Buxted Park Hotel Wedding, as it never disappoints – it is such a beautiful setting for a wedding.  And when Aimee and James told me of their plans to wed outside on the lawns, I was sun dancing from that very minute…happily it worked too! How gorgeous is the setting…?  It was dressed by one of my most favourite local florists too – the talented Pollen team….and if only you could smell the bouquets…exquisitely divine!   With the most fabulous attention to detail, Aimee and James created a truly wonderful relaxed yet elegant day for their guests to enjoy.  The vibe of the day was very much a happy relaxed celebration of two families joining together – echoed by the signage ‘pick a seat not a side’.  So lovely.

Styling wise it was  feast for the eyes, with pretty pastels, sparkles and lots of elegant touches for the girls.  I love love loved Aimee’s styling – from her choice of Jimmy Choo shoes (I am partial to a Jimmy Choo, having worn them on my own wedding day! hehe), and her stunning Ronald Joyce ‘Paris’ dress and simple yet beautiful head piece.  The boys looked rather dapper too in their grey blue suits, creating a smart yet relaxed look.  And just check out their Wedding cake designed and baked by the very talented Nadya’s Cakes and Bakes – just how amazing does it look….so pretty – I just adore the lace effect and the colours are simply beautiful.  Soooooo much pretty – enough from me…go see for yourselves this stunning Buxted Park Hotel Wedding…


  1. Zibi

    Wonderful collection,very inspiring ;] well done Annamarie

  2. Louise

    Such beautiful wedding photos, the venue looks gorgeous and I love the way you have captured the details 🙂

  3. Rhia

    Beautiful wedding photography, Anna! And beautiful blog too!


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