You know how some people are just really really happy and smiley all the time, and you can sort of imagine them being a Disney Character…Well, let me introduce Jo. Every supplier I spoke to on the day agreed, that Jo was like a Kentish Disney Princess. So happy and bubbly and friendly…so it was pretty funny when a baby bird fell out of the sky, and Jo was there to pick it up. Tom, her now husband, is also a pretty talented musician and sung a wee song to her on the big day before making his speech. Not to be outdone, his best man and usher also sang a song for the happy couple.
The ceremony took place at the Holy Trinity Church in Larkfield, Maidstone. It was a weird feeling shooting there again, as one of my first ever weddings took place at that church. So much has changed in the years since, but it was great to be in that stunning church again.
Between the Church and the Reception, Tom and Jo made the inspired choice to stop off at Great Comp Gardens for some portrait time. In all my years of living in Kent, I had never heard of the place. It is stunning. If you haven’t, you need to go and see it
For the reception, they held it at The Moat in Wrotham. I had never been there before, and was pleasantly surprised with the venue. I especially love their bee themed wedding cake and favours. As a wedding photographer, I always like to try something new, and so this was the first time I had a go at doing a double exposure, which I don’t think turned out too bad.
My good friend Hayley from Flair Beauty was on hair and make up duty
Anyway, continuing my trend of blogging all of 2014s weddings, here’s Tom and Jos beautiful summer wedding