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Wedding at Florence House, Seaford

I often drive past Florence house when driving to Seaford Head and often wonder what it looks like inside/
This year, I was lucky enough for one of my brides to be getting married there.  Making it the first time that I could officially be nosey!

The drive leading up to the house

I met today's bride, Sarah, a few years back when she attended one of my make up courses that I taught at Sussex Downs College so it was a lovely compliment for her to get back in touch after all these years to ask me to do hair and make up for her wedding day.
Bridesmaids both had a very natural make up and a low side curly bun.

The younger bridesmaid also had a few plaits incorporated.

Mum had decided on a loose curly up do which I feel complimented her fascinator perfectly.  I also applied mauve eyeshadow and quite a strong lip colour so that she didn't look washed out.
Sarah herself went for a half up style with loose curls.
I also applied semi permanent eyelashes to make her eyes look bigger and wider.
Sarah's hair was finished off with a lovely slide that she had brought.

Photographer getting a close up of mum doing up Sarah's dress.
Once I had completed preparing the wedding party I was invited to have a nose around the rest of the preparations.....
Starting with flowers.

Button hole's for mum and dad.

The bride's bouquet.
Interior decoration of the marquee

I'm hoping they will be cooking paella on those baby's!

And finishing of course with the gorgeous wedding cake.

I love getting the chance to see what unique ideas each bride has on their wedding day.

Hair and make up by Amy Prifti -


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