A Fitzleroi Barn Wedding in West Sussex
Today, we have Fitzleroi Barn Wedding Photography on the blog. Miranda & Michael’s beautiful Sussex wedding barn reception at Fitzleroi Barn. Of course, a few months back I shared a few preview shots on my Instagram account. In fact today there’s an opportunity to see a lot more photos from Miranda & Michael’s very big day. And wow, what a day it was! If you haven’t been before, you’re in for a treat. Fitzelroi Barn is pretty special. The barn is situated within the heart of the Sussex countryside. It’s surrounded by idyllic fields as far as the eye can see. No question, this venue is well off the beaten track. When I arrived I was instantly taken with the incredible views. It’s small wonder that it’s become such a popular place for bride and grooms to celebrate their conjugals!!
Miranda & Michael’s wedding was held at the quite literally divine St Mary’s church in the village of Fittleworth, West Sussex. It’s a beautiful ancient church in a rural setting. You could imagine it in Four Weddings and a Funeral. Miranda and Michael were blessed (no pun intended!!) with the presence of the Bishop of Liverpool. What a nice man he is too! One of the readings in church really resonated with me. Actually it was the lyrics from one of my favourite singers, Roberta Flack. The song, or rather the lyrics from the song were the principle reading and wow, it was very moving. It’s called The First Time I Ever Saw Your Face and it’s sooooo beautiful. I hadn’t realised until today how appropriate the lyrics are to have as a wedding reading. When it was read in church, it had so many people reaching for their tissues.
Miranda and Michael were very lucky to have insanely good weather and for once the BBC Weather forecast was spot on. Sunshine and 25c. We had beautiful blue skies and brilliant sunshine pretty much all day and the most stunning sunset I’ve seen for ages. The three of us had so much fun wandering through the fields to capture the last of the golden light as the sun set. Such a perfect day! Written by Jay Rowden