So did you have a nice Christmas - do anything special? Yes, we got then to open up the Archbishop's Palace in Maidstone specially for us, had a white Rolls Royce, lots of bridesmaids, family and friends and got married on Boxing Day That's what Debbie and Darren did... [Note: not only wasRead More
Midweek weddings can be a lot of fun. Often they are quiet, intimate affairs with just a few close friends. Well, Justine and Simon had invited just a few close friends to their wedding at Tunbridge Wells Register Office last Friday. But there's no way it was a quiet weddingRead More
Tania and Phil were married at Canterbury Register Office (Wellington House) and then went on for a bit of a party at the Whitstable Brewery on the beach at Whitstable. It's pretty much as close as you can legally get to a beach wedding! There are some highlights below and aRead More
Remember Julie and Terry? They got married at Sittingbourne Register office 8 days ago. Since they weren’t having a honeymoon, I knew they couldn’t wait to see their pictures. Just over a week later, all their pictures are now online!
There’s a highlight show below and if you want to see more then you can jump on over to the client site where you can see every picture from their wedding in Sittingbourne and the pictures from Great Higham Barn. Read More
All the pictures from Julie and Peter’s wedding are now online.
You can watch some of the highlights below and below or if you want to see the whole thing (and maybe buy some copies) then there’s a link to their personal gallery. Read More
If you take a look in the galleries then you’ll see that I’ve shot some pretty big and elaborate weddings. The “record” is somewhere over 800 guests (really – nobody knows exactly how many were there).
But less is more and smaller weddings can be a lot of fun. Like this Thursday – I was over at Sittingbourne Register Office for Julie and Terry’s wedding. That’s pretty much all of the guests plus celebrant in the shot there. The only person missing is the registrar Sarah who is right behind Terry.
“We’re not doing many traditional things….”
That’s what Julie said to me when she asked me to photograph her wedding to Peter at the register office in Canterbury.
It turned out she wasn’t joking…..