Gay Royal Pavilion Wedding in Brighton
Marc and Joe had a wonderful day in store for their guests who attended their wedding at the Royal Pavilion Brighton. This amazing oriental palace (previously the Brighton pleasure playground to George IV) was the perfect setting with it’s unique character and style. Everyone was very moved by an incredibly emotive ceremony in the magnificent Red Drawing Room. The boys looked simply dashing and any nerves were quickly forgotten. Immediately following the ceremony there was time for the whole wedding party to visit the most stunning room of the whole Royal Pavilion – the Music Room with its lotus shaped chandeliers and rich red and green shades, decorated with Chinese dragons. What better place to choose for a gay wedding in Brighton. Then it was on to the Brighton Music Hall in its equally stunning setting overlooking both of Brighon’s piers – Palace Pier and West Pier. It seemed appropriate to celebrate their gay wedding party in this truly stunning setting beneath the restored Victorian arches in the boys home town of Brighton. The sun slowly dipped below the horizon but did give us enough time to get some amazing images of the boys in the wonderful Brighton light. Then some more beautiful, heartfelt speeches and the night transformed into party central!
What a great wedding day and celebration.
Congratulations Marc and Joe – you both look amazing.