On Saturday, Amy and I photographed a gorgeous Vintage inspired wedding at the elegant Combe Bank School near Seven Oaks in Kent. We started coverage by photographing Charlotte’s stunning vintage inspired gown by Joanne Fleming. It had a fabulous 1930s Hollywood Starlet look, finished with very pretty antique lace. Charlotte and Tristan have more than a slight thing for Minis and have been restoring an old one with the aim to using it for the wedding. Sadly, it wasn’t ready on time but a quick plea on the internet and a very kind lady volunteered to drive Charlotte and her Dad in hers.
After a quick but surprisingly emotional civil ceremony with just a few friends and close family, we had time to play around on the Grand staircase with Charlotte for some emotive movement shots. They then had a beautiful marriage blessing in the chapel with all of their guests. We discovered that these two have been sweethearts since they were 14 and have been through quite a lot together (cue the tears from Amy!) I was hoping for a sunset and right as the speeches finished, the sun was indeed creating magic. The very lovely Charlotte and Tristan were kind enough to skip their starters for some quick shots in an amazing light. I am hoping that one of these shots will make it onto their fireplace as a daily reminder of a very special and romantic day. I really do love this job!
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