I'm just getting in touch to say a huge 'thank you' to you for your wonderful contribution to a lovely wedding day for Becky and James. The photographs are simply stunning, and that you managed to capture some truly wonderful moments in such an unobtrusive, enthusiastic, friendly and professional way is something that we shall remember for a long time. Having now thanked you as father of the bride, can I now also mention that you are a vicar's dream. I've worked with quite a few photographers during my twenty five years and you take some beating! If any couples ask me who to recommend, I will point them in your direction without hesitation. Well done and we wish you continuing success.
With every good wish.
Lindsay Hammond (The Reverend Canon Lindsay Hammond, The Church of England in Tenterden and father of the bride!)
Thank you for sending all of the photos through, there are just so many beautiful ones we are thrilled. We just wanted to second everything that my Dad said to you in his email. You were the perfect wedding photographer. You made us feel so at ease and you really captured the feel of our day. So many beautiful photos of our guests as well which is exactly what we were hoping for.
Becky and James, May 2012
is a stunning manor house, built in 1616 by the Boys family. It has considerable historic charm with low beams and huge fireplaces. It's set in three acres of beautiful grounds, which are intimate and secluded, and offer ample opportunities for wedding photography. The Jacobean and Willesborough Halls are licensed for civil ceremonies, as is the gazebo for outdoor ceremonies. Significantly, weddings have exclusive use of the hotel - so you won't be bumping into any other guests!