Posts Tagged ‘civil’

Monika and Rob at the St Lawrence Ground Canterbury

Monika and Rob at the St Lawrence Ground Canterbury

May 19, 2014  |  Weddings  |  1 Comment

I live in Canterbury.  But it's rare that I get to work in Canterbury - for one thing we don't have a huge number of wedding venues within the city walls.  So it was a double pleasure to photograph Rob and Monika's wedding at the St Lawrence Cricket Ground in Canterbury

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Emily and David - a wedding at Brands Hatch Place hotel

Emily and David – a wedding at Brands Hatch Place hotel

June 1, 2010  |  Weddings  |  5 Comments

The second wedding of a hectic weekend - sometimes it's tough being a wedding photographer in Kent.  Tough but a lot of fun.  Emily and David were married at Brands Hatch Place Hotel (not to be confused with the Thistle Brands Hatch which is even closer to the track!). First of

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Jo and Dave at High Rocks – now with pictures

October 12, 2009  |  Weddings  |  11 Comments

Some days I go to work. And others I just turn up for a roller coaster day, hold on tight and enjoy the ride. And, you know, take the odd snap while I'm there. Saturday was one of the wilder, more enjoyable rides.

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Andrea and Mark get married at the Knowle

September 14, 2009  |  Weddings  |  2 Comments

After last week's bumper post, I made an effort to cut down.  But this wedding was so much fun, Andrea and Mark looked so fabulous and the pictures (if I say so myself) look so gorgeous that I hardly cut down at all. Like all good stories it starts with a

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Claire and Austen at St Augustines Westgate

July 6, 2009  |  Weddings  |  No Comments

St Augustines is a very special venue.  Not only do you get sumptuous surroundings for a civil wedding, there's a rather smart chapel for a blessing too.  And we used pretty much all of it for Claire and Austen's wedding on Saturday! Here's Claire with her minions bridesmaids getting ready for

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Mel and Laura: Gay wedding at the Lost Village of Dode

June 13, 2009  |  Weddings  |  15 Comments

Mel and Laura's gay wedding at the Lost Village of Dode. Prehistory meets 21st century new traditions MyWeddingStory style.

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Claire and Russell at the Marriott Tudor Park

February 2, 2009  |  Weddings  |  2 Comments

weddings  Claire and Russell at the Marriott Tudor Park

A new year, a new start.  For MyWeddingStory and the Marriott Tudor Park too!  It’s a little while since I was over there for a wedding and in the meantime they have spent a reported £4 million on redevelopments.  It certainly looked pretty posh.  But I wasn’t there just to look, it was Clair and Russel’s wedding! Read More

Kerry and Stewart – all the pictures from Chilston Park

November 28, 2008  |  Weddings  |  No Comments

Kerry and Stewart’s pictures are now online.

You can now view all the pictures from their wedding at Chilston Park on the client site.

There’s a short slideshow to give you a taste of the wedding below.
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Ella and Gareth: Perfect Planning

November 14, 2008  |  Weddings  |  9 Comments

weddings  Ella and Gareth: Perfect Planning

Cast you mind back a few months. W-a-a-a-y back in May, I met up with Ella and Gareth on Reculver Beach at dawn. Lily was there too!

You may wonder what they have been up to for the past 6 months or so. There’s a simple answer. Planning. Or rather Ella has. The shot above isn’t the plan from their wedding. It’s the plan for the flowers at their wedding. The rest of the plan takes another 16 pages. It worked though – their wedding earlier this week went like clockwork.

Very very fun clockwork :).

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Kerry and Stewart at Chilston Park

November 3, 2008  |  Weddings  |  No Comments

weddings  Kerry and Stewart at Chilston Park

OK let’s see. Gorgeous bride? Check. Fabulous venue? Check (c’mon this is just part of the bridal suite). Willing assistant to spend ages on her knees with a crochet hook buttoning the bride into her stunning wedding dress? Check.

Must be a wedding then. MyWeddingStory style. Despite it being a blustery November day. And err, raining. A lot.

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