Emily and Sam’s wedding- High Rocks, Tunbridge Wells, Kent

What a mighty fine, marvellous time we had at Emily and Sam’s wedding. Without a doubt some of the most fun I have had at a wedding day. I started prep at Emily’s family home, capturing some make up prep, hanging the wedding dress in the garden, and watching the veil being ironed, just your usual wedding day antics.

My colleague met with Sam at the local pub, just up the road from the church that the wedding was going to held in. Just before Emily left with her father to go to the ceremony, I made my way across to the church, to meet Sam and the guests as we waited in anticipation for Emily’s arrival.

The ceremony was fantastic, the whole church was full of family and friends, watching as Emily and Sam exchanged their wedding vows. After the ceremony we headed outside the church into the glorious spring sunshine, this is always one of my favourite parts of the day, the emotions on display are always a pleasure to capture. After an epic confetti throw, we made our way across to High Rocks, a venue pretty local to me. I always enjoy shooting here, the rocks make for a very different backdrop and the views from the top are pretty damn fine.

After the meal and some very emotional speeches we dashed up to the top of the rocks to catch the last light from the day, the sunset was very cool, I was definitely a happy photographer.

Now the party, I really struggled to put my camera down, the dancing was just amazing, with the 90’s tribute band doing a great job of keeping the dance floor full, just some of the craziest wedding party antics I have seen.

Thanks again Emily and Sam for having me along, it was so much fun.

Steven x








































































































































































































































































































































































































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