Winter Wedding Photography By The Sea

Winter Wedding Photography By The Sea: I remember it was the Jubilee Weekend when I first met Laura and Tim and they asked me to photograph their wedding at East Quay in Whitstable Harbour Kent. We sat in a small pub and it felt like such a long time away as we spoke about their plans for their big day.

Their chosen wedding venue was East Quay in Whitstable Harbour which is situated on the beach itself and really is a unique wedding venue in Kent.  The building was the original base for the Seasalter and Ham Fishery Company, and like the famous Oyster Stores, was situated on the sea-front so that the oyster companies could keep a watchful eye over their precious oyster beds.

I drove down on the day and arrived, early as usual, at the Duke of Cumberland pub, which is situated right in the heart of Whitstable. This is where Laura, her bridesmaids and her Mum were getting ready.  I stayed with Laura for about 45mins before making my way back down to East Quay. The weather had improved and no longer were there snow showers, instead there was this big yellow thing in the sky… still not sure what it was though as it wasn’t exactly giving off any heat.

The ceremony was held upstairs and despite my attempts to find the light switch to turn off the spots lights everything went well.

I’d like to thank Laura and Tim for asking me to be their Kent Wedding Photographer. Also many thanks for the lovely email you sent:

“Iain!

 Off on honeymoon and will send proper thank you but just wanted to say you were amazing on Saturday…it was an epic day. 

 Thanks a million times!

 Laura and Tim : )”

 

On the day I was assisted by my very good friend and talented photographer Ernie Savarese. Thanks Ernie for all your help.

 

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One Comment

  1. Heidi April 10, 2013 at 11:06 am #

    Lovely photos! Were there two photographers used or did Ernie assist you?