Earlier in the year I had the pleasure of meeting up with Claire and Steve for an engagement shoot you probably read about here (and if you haven’t, well the last word is a link so go for it). I was really looking forward to their wedding firstly because they are simply an awesome couple but secondly because they opted for a rather quirky affair held at the Kent Life Museum in Maidstone. Their 30?s themed wedding was held in September and thanks to glorious weather, stunning venue which was just oozing with character and fantastic people it was an absolutely amazing celebration to be part of. The ceremony was conducted in the 1897 chapel, originally placed in Cuxton, followed by a traditional afternoon tea and a dance in the the reconstructed Ulcombe Village Hall, which was originally built in 1911, later acquired by the museum relocated and re-opened for the public in 2000. Anyway the farm and the museum are truly magical and if you are looking for a venue with a difference then why not get in touch with them via their website.
This Summer I was back at Salomons to provide a documentary coverage of Tanya and Barry’s wedding. The weather, as you can see from the photographs was lovely, the venue excellent as always and the people were simply a joy to photograph. I felt privileged to be a part of their special day and hope you will enjoy the photographs. Salomons is a stunning country mansion sitting among 36 acres of picturesque countryside located just outside Royal Tunbridge Wells. If you are thinking of hosting your wedding there, please pay them a visit or check out heir website.