Scottish Wedding ceremony at Arundel Cathedral
Arundel Cathedral is a very grand setting for a wedding in Arundel. In 1873 it was a Catholic parish church, however in 1965 it became the stunning cathedral that we see today. With its amazing stained glass windows, towering Gothic arches and fantastic architecture it was the perect choice for Katie and Sam’s micro wedding in July. The day started in the centre of town at the Norfolk Arms hotel where Katie and her bridesmaids were preparing for the day. Once the dress was on it was time for the big reveal and her father looked extremely proud to see her ready for her big day. The wedding party traveled to the ceremony in style via a horse and cart and it was great to greet Sam and the boys dressed in traditional Scottish kilts for the day.
It was a beautiful moment as the couple met at the altar and afterwards I captured the groups and confetti in the courtyard as the guests mingled. The newlyweds and their entourage of 30 guests then followed the piper down the hill to the reception!
Reception at Norfolk Arms
The Norfolk Arms Hotel is traditional Georgian Coaching Inn set in the heart of Arundel. It’s the perfect choice for a wedding reception that caters for parties of all sizes. I took the happy couple around the corner for some shots away from the crowds and made the best of the magnificent castle in the background. They both looked elated to finally be married and were very natural in front of the lens!
I loved working with Katie and Sam at their wedding in Arundel and below are some memorable images from the day. Congratulations again to them and all the very best for the future.