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Wedding at Anne of Cleves House, Lewes. Followed by reception at Mount Harry House

When I met Susie for her wedding trial, I knew that her wedding would be unique.  We discussed her dress and veil before she introduced me to her headpiece.  We worked in a curly up do with plaits to make the most of her headpiece and she loved the look.
I then took down the details for her wedding day and she mentioned that she was getting ready at Mount Harry House just outside Lewes - A venue that I had never been to before so straight away I was excited!

 Following the strict instructions provided, I was met by this view of Mount Harry House and I couldn't wait to get inside.

The interior was very artistic and quirky so I couldn't resist a look around the grounds too!

The rose garden

A Yurt for the bride and groom (if they don't wish to sleep in the house itself.)

Camping all set up for bridesmaids and guests .

The gorgeous views go on forever.

Susie's lovely headdress and vintage veil

Susie in her wedding dress and ready to go to Anne of Cleves house to get married

Time for a few quick photos of Susie and her bridesmaids who all wore yellow.

A few details from Susie's special day;

Reception set up at Mount Harry House

Flower decoration detail

Fresh flowers for the bridesmaids hair

Beautiful flower detail for table decoration

Beautiful flowers around the window at Mount Harry House.

Anne of Cleves House in Lewes - Where Susie got married in a small intimate ceremony before having her celebration and reception at Mount Harry House.

Hair and make up artist based in Lewes, East Sussex - Amy Prifti


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