Chilston Park Hotel Wedding

Chilston Park Hotel Wedding

Chilston Park Hotel Wedding It had been a while since I last photographed a wedding at The Chilston Park Hotel.  It’s always a pleasure to shoot at this beautiful 17th century country house and grounds near Maidstone in Kent as there’s so much to see....
Winter Wedding at Penshurst Place | Sarah and Jack

Winter Wedding at Penshurst Place | Sarah and Jack

Sarah and Jack’s wedding was a delight from beginning to end and such a pleasure to photograph! Despite the December weather it was a warm, loving and kind sort of day; exactly what you want your wedding to be. The Beauty of a Winter Wedding I really love to shoot...
Penshurst Place Wedding Photographs | Julia and Doug

Penshurst Place Wedding Photographs | Julia and Doug

I love a winter wedding, especially when it’s bright and cold and it was definitely that for Julia and Doug’s late November wedding at Penshurst St John the Baptist Church followed by a Penshurst Place reception.  The added bonus from this...
Kent Wedding Photography | 2017 Review

Kent Wedding Photography | 2017 Review

That was 2017! I can’t believe how quickly 2017 flew by, but I suppose we say that every year don’t we! It was a busy and varied year for weddings which started in March at the Hotel Du Vin in Tunbridge Wells and culminated with a beautiful winter wedding...
Guildhall Bath Wedding Photos | Rachel and Alec

Guildhall Bath Wedding Photos | Rachel and Alec

The Location We met Rachel and Alec through one of our lovely 2013 wedding couples and we were very excited to hear that they were having a small intimate wedding in Bath, on Christmas Eve – how romantic!  It had been quite a few years since we’d been...
Great Fosters Wedding Photos | Conrad and Alison

Great Fosters Wedding Photos | Conrad and Alison

The Details It’s always lovely when you get the opportunity to shoot a wedding at a venue that you’ve never photographed before and Great Fosters in Egham, Surrey was one such venue for us.  Alison and Conrad’s wedding in early March...