Wedding Photography at Whitstable Castle

Carly and James' wedding was photographed at Whitstable Castle in July 2008. They had 5 hours coverage which gave 730 photos.


Thank you so much for being our wedding photographer David. From start to finish you have been so helpful and professional. You've always been on the other end of the e-mail whenever I've had a question which had been really appreciated.

Our wedding day was amazing and we're so glad that you were there to capture it for us. You were so calming on the day and helped us to feel relaxed in front of the camera.

The photos are of great quality and were delivered to us so quickly. I am so glad that we have them as a memento of our day.

You service is such excellent value for money and I will not hesitate to recommend you in the future.

We wish you all the best for the future.

Carly & James (Mr & Mrs Shaw!), July 2008

Whitstable Castle is a hidden gem of a wedding venue, set on a hill overlooking Whitstable Bay. Built in the 1790s for the Pearson family it was originally known as Tankerton Towers. With the help of Heritage Lottery Funds it has recently been restored and extended, with the addition of The Orangery. The castle itself is a magnificent building and is situated in three acres of beautiful ornamental gardens and is only 200m away from Tankerton beach. It is licensed for civil ceremonies and weddings have exclusive use of the castle. Perhaps the limiting factor with this venue is that the largest room, the Mallandain, can only sit about 50 people for the wedding breakfast - but if you do have a smaller wedding then it makes for a perfect setting. If you're planning on having your wedding at Whitstable Castle then please get in touch.
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