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The Old Rectory in Hastings – what a place to have a wedding. Originally it was built in the 16th century as the rectory to All Saints Church next door, but recently it has been converted into a boutique, bed and breakfast, with stylish interiors and stunning gardens outside. It was my first time to The Old…

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I do love a Chiddingstone Castle wedding. It’s very near to where I live in Kent and I’m very lucky to be able to go to so many lovely venues around this area. The castle itself is situated on the edge of Chiddingstone, a beautiful, rural Tudor village. I had been to the village a couple of…

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I didn’t really mean to do a Gretna Green photography project. Somehow it happened despite me trying to talk myself out of doing it. It should have been something wildly different and non-weddingy, but I just couldn’t resist. Here’s how it all began… Last September, I went back into education. In the mid 1990s, I…

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When it comes to reviewing the previous year, I can’t compete with newspapers. They all had their reviews of the year done at the end of December. But I’m only a week late and here it is – my favourite wedding photos of 2015. It is always tricky to choose. Luckily, some of the weddings…

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Almost a year ago, John and Sarah had their wedding at The Barn Tunbridge Wells. I was born and brought up in Tunbridge Wells. My wife and I lived in a few areas in London for about eight years. When our first daughter was born fifteen years ago, we moved back to Tunbridge Wells. It’s a nice…

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