We had a wonderful day with Kerry and Louis on Saturday. The day started in a unique way with a champagne breakfast at Kerry’s sister-in-law’s in a heated marquee. So we managed to capture the day early on when the children were still in their pyjamas and everyone was relaxed. Great atmosphere for informal shots. Kerry’s family were on one side of the marquee and Louis’ on the other.
Afterwards we drove into Maidstone and the ceremony was held at 2.30 at Archbishop’s Palalce. Kerry looked amazing and Louis’ heart must have been beating hard as she was stunning; her dress, hair, poise. The bridesmaids looked great in their silver dresses and Louis with hs two best men.
The registrar was vey helpful and we managed to get some good photographs there and then. The weather tried playing tricks on us and we were nearly rained off but fortunately luck was on the bride and groom and photographers’ side and we were able to hold the rain off just in time for photographs in the grounds and along by the river.
Then we headed off for Red Libbet’s Golf course for the reception. Louis took the best man’s speech well even though the photographs he had had blown up were pretty embarassing.
Tracy, Kerry’s sister-in-law, helped organise the day and did a great job. She made sure that Kerry and Louis had a totally enjoyable day. She really took care of us too, making sure that we were fed and watered, which was much appreciated.
Kerry and Louis’ children were fantastic. They were great at posing for us which made our life easy and were so well behaved too.
I enjoyed the day so much I felt like a guest! What I liked best was that we really had the opportunity to take a real variety of informal and formal pictures and share in Kerry and Louis’ special day.