Jo and Tom at Buxted Park in East Sussex following on from a lovely church service. The bride wore a dress by Jasmine Haute Couture, the rain held off and the daffs were out. We shoot many weddings at Buxted Park where there are gorgeous photographic opportiunities. We have been recommended wedding photographers there for over ten years and it remains one of our favourite venues. We wish Jo and Tom every happiness for their future and are looking forward to designing a lovely digital wedding album for them.
Many of the weddings we photograph in East Sussex, Surrey and Kent feature dresses made by the wedding dress designer Ian Stuart. Ian began his training at Belville Sassoon, one of London’s finest couture houses who specialize in creating gowns for socialites and members of the Royal family. After moving to New York Ian launched his own collection which has become extremely popular with many of the brides photographed by East Sussex Wedding Photographer KDH Photo.
Anja and Richard were married at Buxted Park, one of our favourite wedding venues in East Sussex, and where we are recommended photographers. The Orangery, where they held the ceremony, was built by Lord Liverpool and has been carefully restored to a delightful wedding venue. Honey coloured York stone floors give a warm and comfortable feel, and the wedding photographer east sussex is afforded some memorable natural light shots. Pollen did the flowers which were as usual, gorgeous. We wish Anja and Richard every happiness for their future. Google+
It’s always a pleasure working with Donal and Dex from Pollen. They never fail to create stunning displays and bouquets whatever the season and Anja and Richard’s wedding at Buxted Park in East Sussex yesterday was no exception. Great stuff for the wedding photographer east sussex to work with. Do visit Pollen’s website if you’ve not found a florist yet – we highly recommend them.
When the Bride and Groom are chilled, everyone at the wedding has a much better time! Alexa and Andy were exactly that when they got married at Buxted Park Hotel in East Sussex, with lots of fun family friends to enjoy the day. The rain held off, the wind held off and we managed to get some lovely relaxed and natural wedding photography, which is what we do best. We love working with couples like Alexa and Andy. And their pictures reflect the fun they had on the day. We wish this lovely couple every happiness for the future!
The lovely Zoe who got married to the equally lovely Lee at Buxted Park in East Sussex recently. KDH Photo wish them all the happiness for their future together and we really enjoyed photographing their wedding.
Lots of fun at Clare and Simon’s wedding at Buxted Park recently with many dancefloor opportunities for the wedding photographer East Sussex. KDH Photo shoot many weddings at Buxted Park in East Sussex and we have been recommended wedding photographers there for the past ten years. We wish Clare and Simon all the happiness for their future together.
A great day at Buxted Park for Clare and Simon where they got married recently. KDH Photo shoot many weddings at Buxted Park and have been recommended photographers for the past ten years. Buxted Park is set in 300 acres of wonderful parkland which along with the lovely house itself, gives great photo opportunities for the wedding photographer in east sussex. Their team of dedicated wedding co-ordinators take care of everything and make the whole process seamless, from organising flowers to the arrival of the helicopter. KDH Photo wish Clare and Simon all success and happiness for their future.
Gravetye Manor in West Sussex was the venue for Vicky and Simon’s marriage with many of the guests coming from afar. Gravetye Manor is an Elizabethan Manor House surrounded by 35 acres of historic gardens providing the perfect opportunities for wedding photography West Sussex. They are licenced to hold Civil Weddings and Partnerships and have many beautiful rooms including 18 bedrooms with flat-screen tvs, i-pod docks and handmade beds. Gravetye manor is only 12 miles from Gatwick airport and 30 miles from London.
Not being ones to do things by halves, John and Claire got married at Buxted Park (where we are recommended photographers), then onto a fantastic reception at Newick Park (where we are also recommended photographers). A lovely day weather-wise with a very friendly wedding party who made us feel extremely welcome. Having two venues made for some varied and interesting wedding photography in East Sussex and it was a day of much laughter, happiness and fun, with the Best Man making the trip from New Zealand who popped in (see photo below). All the very best to you both and we wish you all the happiness for the future to you and your family.
Frensham Heights in Surrey was the venue for Kazia and Joan’s Lord of the Rings-inspired wedding, complete with gospel congregation, a rock band throughout the service and a Robin Williams-lookalike dancing vicar. What more could anyone want. Fabulous grounds for some great wedding photography in Surrey, including huge wooden mushrooms, a magic dell and breathtaking views.Frensham heights can look after up to 150 guests and is well worth considering if you want something a bit out of the ordinairy. We naturally wish Kazia and Joan all the very best for their future and will be featuring their wedding on our One Wedding link as soon as they’ve seen their pictures.
Penshurst Place in Kent is medievil in origin and set in an area of unspoilt natural beauty.It has amazing Tudor gardens and a medievil Baron’s Hall and offers a fabulous setting for wedding photography in Kent. The picturesque formal gardens offer a most exclusive and memorable setting to capture the special moments of the day. In the winter you can hire a fully carpeted and heated marquee within the grounds for your wedding.
Chilston Park in Kent was the venue for Krisha and James’ lovely wedding. Chilston Park hold many open days where they prepare the hotel as it would be for a wedding party. It’s a good opportunity to see what it would be like on your wedding day and see how perfect the grounds are for your wedding photography in Kent. At their evening showcases you can view rooms prepared for a reception, a wedding breakfast and a civil ceremony as well as seeing many of the luxurious suites. The next showcase is Sunday 19th September.
When you hire KDH Photo to cover your wedding, you automatically get two professional photographers on the day (for the price of one). Which allows us to be extremely calm and relaxed and not run around like headless chickens trying to cover all the shots you’ve asked for. The wedding photography in Kent below, taken in Penshurst, shows Anne-Marie’s shot taken from the back of the church while Kim was (unobtrusively) up front with a long lens taking the close-up. This approach works very well at all aspects of the wedding and allows us to tell a more comprehensive and exciting story of your day.
Congratulations to Natasha and William who were married on a beautiful day at the Parish Church of Saint Peter and Saint Paul in Goudhurst, Kent. The reception was held at the delightful Finchcocks Music Museum which provided some great photo opportunities for wedding photography in Kent.Finchcocks houses a celebrated collection of over 100 historical keyboard instruments and superb lawns and rose garden. We wish Natasha and William all the success for the future.
Tim and Jo were married at St Mary’s Church, Goudhurst, Kent this month, then back to the family home in Chainhurst, Kent for a large reception in the lovely grounds complete with Tepee-style marquees.The whole day was amazing with some great photo opportunities for wedding photography in Kent. A delightful couple who are now on a nice long honeymoon and we wish them every success and happiness for the future.
Craig and Louise were married at a church near their family home in Kent, then onto a reception at their farm in this beautiful racing green blower Bentley. Kent’s a great county for getting married and there are over 250 great venues including theatres, wildlife and animal parks,castles, restaurants and stately homes, all of which provide great photographic opportunities for wedding photography Kent. Kent County Council’s website has lots of info and worth looking at if you’re thinking of a Kentish wedding.We wish Craig and Lou all the luck and happiness for the future.
Hannah and Ben from Brighton were married at St Peter’s Church, Twineham, East Sussex with a reception at Buxted Park Hotel, East Sussex. Guests came from far and wide to celebrate with them.
We don’t tie you into a wedding book or album at KDH. We’re more than happy to photograph the wedding and provide you with the files for you to do your own thing afterwards. However, if you would like a book or an album, we’d love to do one for you, because as well as taking photographs, that’s what we’re good at. We only use the best products available, so initially our books and albums can seem more expensive than others on offer elsewhere. But you get what you pay for. Do beware going down the cheap route of inkjet printed books as their pages will easily mark and fade, as well as warp and fall out after a while. All our wedding books are made in England giving us strict quality and turnaround control. They are designed by the people who shot your wedding – us! Books can be ready 4-6 weeks after approving the design which we send you online. They are the contemporary way to display your wedding photography.