A couple of weeks ago saw another new venue for me as a Kent Wedding Photographer in the form of Lympe Castle near Hythe on the Kent coast.  The wedding of Tom and Loo took me there and yet again was really impressed by the setting of this private castle which being in a high up position commanded cracking views across the Kent coastline.

The start of the day as usual saw Loo getting ready at the Mecure Imperial Hotel in Hythe before heading to the castle for the ceremony.  As Loo walked down the aisle in her stunning dress the whole of the wedding party broke out into a spontaneous applause as I think that people were gob smacked on how great she looked!  The ceremony also including a reading by her young son which also made it that extra bit special.

A warm Autumnal day greeted everyone as they made their way outside into the gardens of a glass of fizz and this is always a favourite time for me as a documentary wedding photographer.  There are numerous moments happening wherever you look, which are great to capture and to help tell the story of the day, which is the basis of how go about my photography at every wedding.

The wedding breakfast was then held in the medieval hall where huge windows filled the room with the setting sunlight, and in which some funny and yet very emotional speeches were read.

Below are a handful of shots I’ve chosen for the blog, and if you were a guest and would  like to view the full gallery please contact Tom and Loo for the password.

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