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A beautiful wedding themed in the 1920s prohibition era. Sarah, Dean and the whole wedding party looked stunning dressed in period costume. Peabody also rose to occasion with her natural art-deco appearance.

Arriving at the church

Arriving at the church

We arrived at the church at a few minutes before midday in beautiful sunshine. Ten minutes later the heavens opened and treated us to 30 minutes heavy rain while Sarah and Dean were taking their vows and signing the register. The rain soon passed and the bride and groom emerged from the All Angels Church, Lancing as a married couple. Following a few photographs and a glass of Champagne, I drove them to Shoreham Airport where the photographer took some pictures of them and Peabody in front of the beautiful art-deco airport building. (The Rolls-Royce 20 was available from 1922 so Peabody was a perfect fit for the occasion).

A glass of Champagne to celebrate

A glass of Champagne to celebrate

The wedding reception was held downstairs at The Basement, Kensington Street, Brighton – a continuation of the 1920s theme in a New York Speakeasy prohibition secret drinking club.

The Basement, Kensington Street, Brighton

The Basement, Kensington Street, Brighton

I wish the happy couple lots of love and prosperity for the future.

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