Lympne Castle Wedding Photographer – The marriage of David and Emma

Emma and David got married mid February at St Stephens Chuch, Lympne near Hythe in Kent.  Emma and David chose me to document their marriage after the Revd Nicholas Cooper had suggested they contact me, which was a lovely recommendation!

They had held their celebrations at the perfectly positioned Lympne Castle which has the most wonderful views over the countryside and the coast – not to mention being seeped in history…

Emma looked very beautiful in her wedding gown and her laced veil was stunning.  I loved her choice of vibrantly coloured bouquets – they brightened up the misty February morning as did her infectious smile!  David and his best man and ushers all looked very handsome and dapper in their and morning suits with the splash of peachy/orange corsage!

The service was lovely and as mentioned in previous posts, the light in the church is most beautiful which is a rare luxury in my experience and the backdrop of stained glass lets light stream in and create a wonderful warm glow.

Here are a few of my favourite images from the day…

Congratulations Emma & David!

By |2018-01-25T14:02:05+00:00March 2nd, 2012|Kent Weddings, Lympne Castle, UK Weddings|0 Comments

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