Why I love shooting funfair weddings
In my stunning home county, in Sussex we have plenty of choices for fields with relaxed atmospheres appropriate for your own funfair wedding. Just like Emma and Jason here, they brought their good sense of humour, bundles of creativity and their bumper cars to guarantee their guests a wedding to remember. Here’s a short list to consider when you organise, funfair themed wedding.
Top tips for funfair weddings:
- Funfair: Bumper cars, bouncy castles, and you can be rest assured your kids will be entertained . Victorian carousels and merry-go-rounds are sure to thrill and your guests. The dodgems are the old time favourites, though. They are great fun for bumping and bashing with your friends and loved ones!
- Decoration: The more natural, sustainable and colourful the better! A couple of giant hay stack figures of the bride and groom would go down like a treat 🙂
Marquees or teepees? A true festival wedding would not be complete without some kind of a tent structure. Marquees, yurts or teepees. They are all great fun and perfect for an outdoor wedding especially with our unpredictable weather :-).
Chill out place: You can opt for deckchairs, cushions scattered freely or even the use of hay bales, an inexpensive decor idea that is super practical too! Spruce them up with some blankets to make them a little more comfortable.
- Outfits: Guests will often welcome the freedom that comes with attending a festival wedding. Especially when it comes to what they have to wear!
- Food stalls: No funfair wedding is complete without a candy bar, a burger van or a pizza oven. The list is endless
Sussex funfair wedding gallery
Contributors to the Sussex funfair wedding
- Wedding photography: Ebourne Images
- Associate photographer: Burst Photos
- Wedding venue: St Mary’s church in Westham
Do you like what you see?
Are you still looking for your wedding photographer to capture your Sussex funfair wedding? Please, contactEbourne Images. I would be delighted to take pictures of your big day too! To sum up, with a first class Fine Art university degree and an Associate qualification from the Society of Wedding and Portrait Photographers (SWPP), you can be assured your wedding memories are in safe hands. Needless to say, the qualification means I am among the elite 5-10 per cent of wedding photographers in the country :-).
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