Hop Farm in Kent Wedding Photography: My Jubilee weekend was very busy with three fantastic Kent weddings to photograph. On Jubilee Sunday I was at Hop Farm in Kent to photograph the open-air wedding of Emma and Chris. I knew that Emma was desperate for an outside wedding so I was a little worried when I arrived to find it raining and not looking likely to stop. When Chris arrived he seemed pretty calm and relaxed and was leaving the decision to have the ceremony outside or in to the bride (wise man). I was delighted to see the registrar who was at one of my weddings the previous week as he is a very relaxed man and appreciates it’s the brides day and was happy to accommodate her wishes. As he happens it stopped raining long enough to have the ceremony outside.
I was also delighted to see Hop Farms resident Toastmaster, Tom Broughton who is a very experienced Toastmaster and I have to say a Toastmaster makes a big difference on the day…
Hop Farm is a unique wedding venue right in the heart of the Kent Countryside. Being able to have your wedding outdoors in the Garden Gazebo certainly makes for a memorable wedding. Also, and this is very important, I thought the helpfulness and can-do attitude of the staff on the day of Emma and Chris’s wedding genuinely fantastic. They were prepared at the very last minute to change all of the plans to accommodate the wedding ceremony taking place indoors if the weather turned. All I kept hearing from the wedding coordinator was that it’s the brides day and she makes the call… how lovely is that??? Wedding photography at Hop Farm is great as there are so many different types of buildings to use as backdrops.
Here are some of my favourite images from the day. I hope you like them too and please feel free to comment.
If you’re getting married at Hop Farm in Kent and are looking for a wedding photographer please get in touch. You can call me on 07809 464 554 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org