Good Morning Folks,

I recently photographed the wedding of Alice and David in the very picturesque village of Brenchley, Kent.  The day started in Lamberhurst, Kent where Alice and her family were preparing for the big day. Alice’s dress was made for her by Stephanie Allin and you just cannot beat a made to measure gown in beautiful silk; the corsetry fitted Alice perfectly.  Sorry folks, I have a thing about amazing corsetry as I photograph the collections of Emma Tindley and her corestry in second to none!  I must also mention Alice’s gorgeous shoes from Rachel Simpson and on the sole of each pair their is an inscription “just beautiful shoes”; I love that!

Anyway I digress; I then made my way to All Saint’s Church in Brenchley, Kent  to wait for Alice to arrive; after the service we managed to complete all the formal photography at the Church and after a quick visit to the most stunning view it was off to Castle Hill Cricket Club so that Alice and David could relax with their guests.  They had chosen a great festival theme for their marquee wedding.

I have chosen five images today with the emphasis on the documentary style of photography.  I have chosen the first image as I just love the moment when dressing takes place; it really is quite emotional and it never fails to move me.  The second image is just full of fun and anticipation; Alice is sharing a moment with her sister for the last time as a single lady.  As you know I always love a confetti shot; it is just pure fun!  I have picked this image of David for two reasons he looks great and the textures of the landscape are gorgeous and last but no means least a stolen kiss before the party begins.

Now did the Olympic parade in London make you cry?  I did as it was just amazing to see all our amazing athletes from the Olympics and Paralympics together to showcase how truly amazing they all are.  I am such a blubber chops but I don’t care 🙂

Have a great week all and looking forward to blogging again later in the week.


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