Our congratulations to Amalia and Jeremy, married at the church on the green in Lewes and then on to a reception at Firle Place. Firle Place stands in an area of outstanding beauty at the foot of the South Downs National Park and provides wonderful photo opportunities for the wedding photographer in Sussex. We wish them all the very best for their future.
Look out for a selection of KDH wedding and greeting cards,
distributed by UK Greetings Ltd and featuring contemporary wedding photography taken in Sussex and the UK.
Vanisha Mittal, the daughter of Lakshmi Mittal, had the most expensive wedding in the world
which took place over six days in Versailles in 2004 and would no doubt
have provided some very nice wedding photography oppertunities for contemporary wedding photography.
Kylie Minogue topped the bill, and the final amount for the whole bash was a cool $55 million.
Some nice photo opportunities for the celebrity wedding photographer.
Eight years of fireworks later, they were divorced.
Oh what fun we had with Sarah and Dan who were married recently at Buxted Park Hotel in East Sussex. The weather stayed kind and everyone had a fabulous day and there many photo opportunities for the Wedding Photographer in East Sussex. We are recommended wedding photographers at Buxted Park Hotel so please ask to see our albums and books when you visit.
Congratulations to Elaine and Louis who were married recently at Horsted Place Hotel in East Sussex, photos by Sussex Wedding Photographer KDH Photo. Horsted Place is the perfect venue for a country house wedding in the Sussex countryside. From the ceremony itself, to fine dining for your guests, your wedding can be as grand or as private as you’ve always dreamed it would be, and with the fabulous grounds there are some great opportunities for the Wedding Photographer Horsted Place. A great day and a lovely one of our Wedding Photo Books in production.
Our Best wishes for the future to Kerry and Paul who were married recently at Buxted Park Hotel, where KDH Photo are recommended wedding photographers. Slightly nippy but the rain held off and being Buxted Park, there were many great wedding photo opportunities.The service was held in The Library with the Wedding Breakfast being held in The Orangery. A great day for a great bride and groom.
All the best to Kate and Sean who were married at Horsted Place recently, where we are a recommended Sussex wedding photographer Horsted Place. Horsted Place is a wonderful country house, surrounded by beautiful Sussex countryside and providing the Sussex wedding photographer with some fabulous photo opportunities. There are three areas licensed for marriage and civil ceremonies and the hotel is available for exclusive use also.
They certainly all had a lot of fun at Nikki and Serge’s wedding at Buxted Park Hotel in East Sussex recently. Bride wore Ian Stewart, and the Groom, Aviators. Pollen did the fabulous flowers, table decorations and chair covers and everything looked wonderful and there were many photo opportunities for the wedding photographer at Buxted Park. KDH Photo have been recommended wedding photogrpahers at Buxted Park for over ten years now and we know it inside out. All the best to Serge and Nikki for the future.
There are a lot of bugs about at the moment, and few nicer than this lovely blue VW owned by Neil and Faye who were married recently at All Saints Church, Crowborough, then onto a sunny reception at Buxted Park Hotel in East Sussex, where Buxted Park Wedding Photographer KDH are recommended East Sussex wedding photographers. The bridesmaids all arrived by very cool dark and pale green VW Camper/Bus. Brilliant day had by all and thanks for having us along.
Many of the guests made the trip from the USA for Robbie and Elisabeth’s wedding at The Ravenswood Hotel in West Sussex recently.The Ravenswood is a glorious setting for a wedding with rolling lawns down to it’s own lake and offers some fabulous photographic opportunities for the wedding photographer in West Sussex. That’s exactly what the couple wanted; the quintessential English country wedding. And that’s what they got, with dancing and a casino as part of the evening’s fun. And no-one fell in the lake.
It was great fun doing Emma and Ed’s wedding at Blackstock Barn in East Sussex. Ed started off the day arriving in James Bond style in the very latest Jag and Emma looked gorgeous. Lots of friends in attendance and an abundance of kissing going on.Blackstock Barn is an exciting new barn wedding venue in East Sussex which has been imaginatively developed by restoring a fine 400 year old Sussex Barn. The whole wedding venue has been subject to a ground-up total renovation finished to an extremely high standard and provides great photo opportunities for the Wedding Photographer East Sussex. We wish Emma and Ed a fab future.
We are recommended wedding photographers at Buxted Park Hotel, part of Handpicked Hotels, in East Sussex and have worked there for over 12 years.
Many congratulations to Ryan and Vicky who were married at St Peter’s Church Ardingly and then onto a colourful reception at Wakehurst Place in West Sussex. Wakehurst Place is a National Trust property and managed by the Royal Botanical Gardens.It’s a sixteenth Century house with a 20th Century Garden and many fabulous opportunities for the wedding photographer in West Sussex.We wish Ryan and Vicky lots of happiness for their future.
Style was in abundance at Erin and Richard’s wedding at Buxted Park in East Sussex recently, with every detail getting the attention it deserved. The bride and Groom were married at St John the Evangelist in Heron’s Ghyll before being chauffeured away by Rolls Phantom to Buxted. Buxted Park in East Sussex is a great place for a wedding and we have been recommended photographers there for ten years. The great thing about Buxted Park is that no matter what the weather’s doing, the Wedding Photographer East Sussex will always get great shots thanks to the many covered areas. We are currently designing Erin and Richard’s digital wedding album Artbook which you’ll be able to see on this website soon. We wish this charming couple every happiness for their future.
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.
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!