Monthly Archives: November 2011
Lympne Castle weddings: Last Saturdays wedding I have been looking forward to ever since Angela and Ed asked me to photograph their Lympne Castle wedding. Lympne Castle is a beautiful 13th century Castle in Kent which is a popular wedding venue in Kent and one that I will be visiting many times in 2012.
Angela and Ed actually got married at St Teresa’s RC Church in Maidstone before heading off to Lympne Castle for the reception. It was a fantastic day even the weather held up for most of the day, even the sun made an appearance just as the couple left the church. Sadly it was well and truly gone by the time I started the group photos back at the castle.
Wedding Photography’s Tryst With Medieval Times
Lympne Castle in Kent Wedding Venue: One of the highlights of London suburbs is the historically relevant places that have remarkably retained their old charm even after centuries. One such destination is the 13th Century Lympne Castle that has not just survived invasions by Danes and Normans, but has also emerged as the favourite wedding destination for couples looking for an ancient backdrop to their memorable day.
Brandshatch Place Hotel and Spa Wedding Photography: This week I was at the Brandshatch Place and Spa in Kent to photograph the wedding of Christine and Neil. The 1806 Georgian mansion Brandshatch Place Hotel & Spa is a lovely venue to get married with 12 acres of stunning Kent countryside which allows amazing wedding photography.
Now I love a wedding day where I am there from the bride getting ready though to the 1st dance as it gives me the chance to really document the whole day as I see it. I met with Christine and her bridesmaid early on to get some photographs of them all getting ready, I even managed to get some hair shine (I think that’s what it is called) sprayed on my hair.
Mount Ephraim Kent Wedding Photography: What an absolutely amazing wedding venue. Mount Ephraim is located near Faversham and Canterbury in Kent. We were very lucky on the day as the weather stayed on our side and did not rain. I turned up a little early to have a good look around Mount Ephraim to scope out the amazing gardens for fantastic wedding photography opportunities and was equally as stunned with the interior, the staircase and of course the reception room.
Wedding Photography in a Traditional and All-Season Wedding Venue in Kent
Mount Ephraim Kent Wedding Venue: For over 300 years, the Dawes family has maintained the Mount Ephraim Gardens with their heart and soul. This exquisite wedding venue in Kent features some of the stunning landscape amidst the fabulous backdrop of a traditional mansion, which is now used as a part of the wedding venue and for hosting other private meetings and events. The sprawling 10 acres lush green Edwardian terraced gardens are a sight to behold and a natural choice for any couple to commemorate the most memorable day in their lives.
Bearwood College Wedding Photography: Bearwood College in Wokingham, just a short drive from central London was the setting for Jessica and Chris’ wedding last week. Jessica and Chris asked me to photograph their wedding back in April and from the moment we met in Winchester I knew this would be a fun, relaxed wedding, and it was just that.
On the day I met Jessica in her hotel and managed to get some ‘bride preparation’ photographs plus documented the smaller details from the day. We then moved on to St Catherine’s church for the ceremony and after the ceremony the reception was held at Bearwood College.
Trafalgar Tavern Wedding Photographers: I really enjoy photographing weddings at the Trafalgar Tavern in Greenwich London as it is quite simply a fantastic London wedding venue. Sitting on the banks of the Thames in Greenwich the Tavern has views of Canary Wharf, the O2 and of course historic Greenwich.
I was lucky enough to be at the Trafalgar Tavern again this time to photograph the wedding of Carly and Sasha. I met up with Carly and Sasha a few months ago to talk through their wedding day which started of with the church service held at Our Ladye Star of the Sea, also in Greenwich.