Do you remember the fabulous weather we had during the Easter weekend this year? I had a trip down to the beautiful city of Canterbury, Kent for a rather different wedding. This was a business and pleasure wedding. I was there in an official capacity as photographer and as a family member.
The venue was the stunning Winters Barns, Canterbury. The Bride wore an original 1950’s lace tea dress that was so amazing and her bouquet was hand tied hot pink peonies. Keeping it in the family the bride arrived in style in her dad’s immaculate H reg Mini Cooper.
The ceremony was perfect and held in the timber beamed barn creating an intimate and warm atmosphere. With only a short list of posed photographs required by the Bride & Groom I was free to take some more natural shots to capture the day.
After the high tea wedding breakfast we were offered coffee and a selection of cakes, macaroons and flapjack. Wow wow wow..
So, after the speeches I was relieved of my official duties but ever the photographer I still wandered around capturing more of the family wedding. Of course there was plenty of dancing and faces we had not seen for some time so it all made for a rather special day.
I would like to thank Kate & Ashley for allowing me to share their day in both respects.
Love and best wishes to you both