The Gallivant, East Sussex

If you have dreamed of marrying by the beach but didn’t fancy squashing your dress or suit into a suitcase then The Gallivant is perfect for you.  This venue is special.  You can tell that simply by the abundance of wonderful imagery to choose from.  Just have a look at the real weddings featured below.

You can marry at The Gallivant and then celebrate in the dunes followed by food in the Beach Hut Marquee.  For those of you with little time to think about décor the Marquee comes with “bespoke driftwood tables, decorated with shells, lanterns and beach bunting”.  Not just reserved for Summer weddings you can marry in the New England Room with its open log fire when the weather begins to cool.  Once the celebrations have finished crash out in one of the twenty beautiful rooms and recover the next day with a full English breakfast.

Main Image Credit Simon Carr Photography

We don’t do conservative, up-tight weddings, nor chicken supremes wrapped in ham. We host celebrations, working tireless in the background to ensure their success, with extraordinary food, delicious wines and some gallivanting on the beach if the weather is kind.

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Image Credit Albert Palmer Photography

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Get a feel for how your day might be at The Gallivant with these real weddings:

Spring – Hannah & James by Kerry Morgan

Summer – Sarah & Nick by Anneli Marinovich

Early Autumn – Georgie & James by Juliet McKee

Autumn – Nichola & Lewis by Simon Carr


Lovely Video – Chrysso & Vojin by Jumping Spider Films


Check out what couples had to say about their day at The Gallivant and what suppliers they used via these Wedding Blog features:

Joss and David by David Long Photography via Rock My Wedding

Sally & Andrew by Nabeel Khan via Love My Dress

Jo & Rob by Devlin Photos via RocknRollBride 


Decoration Inspiration

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