Whitstable wedding photography

Whitstable wedding photography

Hannah & Lawrence had booked me for their Whitstable wedding photography in a small place called Seasalter in Kent (a bit further along the coast from Whitstable).  There are two churches called St Alphege about 5 minutes walk away – the Old Church where we decided to spend some time for the bride and groom portraits and the modern Christian Centre which held the ceremony.

Hannah and Lawrence met up for a few minutes in the morning before she walked to the church from her home. There’s a growing trend to step out of some of the more superstitious elements of the wedding day including the groom not being able to see the bride before the ceremony on the morning of the wedding. In the US it’s not unusual for the portraits of the couple to take place before the wedding ceremony and for family group pictures to happen in a separate session.

If you would like to get in touch about your Whitstable wedding photography or are getting married anywhere else in the UK do please get in touch.

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