Knepp Castle Wedding photographer with the incredibly creative and very talented Danielle and Paul set in the stunning West Sussex countryside
It was such an honour to be their Knepp Castle wedding photographer for the day. The beautiful grounds of Knepp Castle was the perfect setting for what would end up being one of the most incredible weddings stories I have ever told. With amazing creative details, 2 brilliant sausage dogs, and even a cheeky mid wedding drive through.
I met Danielle and Paul 6 months before their big day to shoot a few shots to use on their invitation. They were both so creative and up for anything so I couldn’t wait for their big day.
After what was an amazing morning of preparation and a brilliant ceremony, we set off back to the Knepp Castle Wedding venue. Not before stopping off for a cheeky McDonalds drive through. Seriously no one has ever looked so glam going through a drive through as Danielle did.
Once they were done with their cheeky double cheese’s we stopped off in the grounds from some Knepp Castle wedding photography. Grabbing a few shots with their amazing sausage dogs. Before heading back to reunite with the rest of their guests.
The reception itself was held in the grounds of Knepp Castle, by a lake, in a selection of stunning big hat style tipi’s. Tipi’s were supplied by the incredible Beautiful World Tents who had transformed the site into something truly spectacular.
From the moment we arrived back at Knepp Castle the party kicked into gear and didn’t stop until the early hours. Through a Ceilidh, pie and mash, some serious dancing, marshmallows and even some sparkler action. Danielle, Paul and all of their friend and family celebrated into the night.
A big thank you to Antony Turner for the heroic effort of second shooting for me, couldnt have done it without you . . . And finally the biggest thank you to Danielle and Paul themselves for inviting me to be their Knepp Castle Wedding Photographer and to tell their incredible story. Thank you for being such brilliant fun and incredibly good sports. No matter what ideas I threw their way . . . .