Wedding Photography Blog

Lobster shack wedding

Lobster shack wedding With the 2015 wedding season now in full swing. The lovely weather of the last few weeks, 2015 is looking to be a repeat of 2014. Lobster shack wedding, what a quirky little venue this place turned out to be. A wedding venue, but not a wedding...

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crondon park wedding

Crondon park wedding crondon park, a wedding venue I hadn't been to in a long time. 17th century baronial hall set in the lush green Essex countryside, Golf course and a real little gem of a wedding venue. The Wedding of Joe and Jodie was going to be a really buzzy...

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Why a pre wedding shoot

why a pre wedding shoot Pre wedding shoots are big business now within the wedding industry. Photographers galore are offering pre wedding shoots or couples shoot or whatever you want to call it as probably another way to sell something to a couple before their...

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Wedding 170 Queen’s gate

wedding 170 Queen's gate I do love a good wedding venue, 170 Queen's gate, one of the wedding venue's in London and possibly kensington's best kept secret. That said, I would normally avoid doing a wedding in London, if it's not the logistical nightmare of getting to...

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Cooling castle Wedding

Cooling Castle Wedding The wedding of Andrew and Jennie at Cooling Castle in Kent. An idyllic location for a wedding, Cooling Castle has to be the venue to get married, a 14th century castle, massive twin turrets, ruined castle walls, fantastic views of the Kent...

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Salmeston Grange

Salmestone Grange Salmestone Grange, Margate, a unique 14th century wedding venue in Kent This was going to be a wedding with a difference, a 14th century Benedictine monastic grange. Originally owned and farmed by monks of St Augustine's Abbey later converted into...

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Terry & Neil, civil partnership

Terry & Neil, civil partnership When it comes to a same sex wedding, there cannot be anything as much fun as a gay wedding. The civil partnership of Terry & Neil was going to be one of those days I shall never forget, not because it was a same sex partnership, done...

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The Old Rectory

Hard to believe, but I had never covered a wedding at the old rectory at Dunton before, in between Brentwood and Orsett, even though it's only four miles from me. A Victorian Rectory as the name suggests, the only building that is missing is a church to go with it....

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