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Lympne Castle Weddings
Lympne Castle, is a stunning wedding venue. It's everything you'd expect from a mediaeval castle - crenellated stonework, a Great Hall with beams and dark wood panelled walls - but it also manages to be cosy and intimate. It sports an incredible view over Romney Marsh which, thanks to its south-westerly direction, is great for sunset shots.
David Fenwick Photography is a preferred supplier at Lympne Castle and my images can be seen on their homepage. To see the opportunities available to a wedding photographer at Lympne Castle please check out the galleries below.
Tanya and Duncan got married on a glorious summer day. Tanya finished her preparations in the Sitting Room and then the ceremony (including the longest fit of bridal giggles I've ever witnessed) was held in the West Drawing Room. Group shots were taken at the front of the castle and then the bridge and groom portrait session was shot all around the castle. The day finished with speeches and the cake cut. Emma and Al's wedding, in stark contrast, was shot on a bitterly cold December day with snow thick on the ground - the light was amazing though. The ceremony took place in Blean and then we drove to Lympne Castle for the reception. I photographed the groups and bride and groon portrait session at the back of the castle (check out the fabulous sunset) and finished off with candids of the guests and the cake cut. Lisa and James' wedding was shot just after Christmas. Lisa got ready in the cottages and then the ceremony was held in the West Drawing Room. It was cold and wet outside so I photographed the groups and the couple inside and followed this with lots of candids, the speeches and the cake cut.
Wedding Photography at Lympne CastleClick on couples' names to view galleries.
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