Good Afternoon Folks,

As promised here is the blog about Becki and Dan’s wedding at the gorgeous Little Silver, Tenterden, Kent. Becki and Dan had exclusive use of Little Silver in Tenterden and all the family stayed there the night before so they were able to have a nice pre-wedding celebration. Tenterden is a beautiful town and I have photographed some lovely weddings there in the past.

When we arrived the next day, the boys were enjoying a beer in the sun and the girls were having fun with the bridal preparations and toasting the day with some pink champagne; how fabulous. I popped down to photograph the boys and wondered where they were and unbeknown to be they were struggling with the scrunchy tie, even with the you tube instructions. In the end I knocked on the door to find a very flustered Dan! I then proceeded to tie all the scrunchies and I have never seen so many extraordinary variations of it; anyway it gave us all a good old laugh.

There was a lovely surprise for Becki in the form of lambs, her favourite animal and they were present during the ceremony outside. When the registrar asked “if anyone here present…” the lambs kept quiet; clever little lambies 🙂

I am posting five images today with the emphasis on detail this week; the first is a tender moment of reassurance during their marriage ceremony; it really is nerve wracking and I just love to capture these moments. The second image is of the lambs and as you can see Becki was in love with them. The third image are these wonderful table centrepieces; each one was handmade by Dan’s Dad and represented a part of their journey from when they first met to the marriage. It was just lovely and he is so talented. I thought I would do something different with the flowers this time and as the day was sunny the wellies were not needed, so they were given pride of place with the flowers. Last but not least, the jelly ‘cut’ also made by Dan’s Dad. A traditional cake would not have suited Becki and Dan at all and I just love the fun in this shot as they slurped the champagne jelly.

So there we go folks some Tenterden wedding photography and I am pleased to see that we are all enjoying a taste of an Indian summer at long last!

Looking forward to catching up with you later in the week.

Claire 🙂
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