Goodnestone Park Wedding Photography –
A Sneak Peak at Bins and Ned’s Wedding
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I can’t begin to tell you how much I enjoyed photographing the Goodnestone Park wedding of the new Mr and Mrs Mawby. Lovely people, great family, loads of love, champagne and top hats.
Goodnestone is situated near Canterbury in Kent, and provided the most amazing back drop for Bins and Ned’s wedding last weekend.
Almost a year to the day since I took on my last Goodnestone Park Wedding Photography gig, the house, the gardens and the church still look fit for a king. The house was built in 1704 and apparently Jane Austen was a regular visitor after her brother married into the family. The estate reputedly inspired Pride and Prejudice no less, so not a bad back drop for a spot of wedding photography and a love story.
The gorgeous light in the house helps produce beautiful photographs which is part of the reason I love the place so much and something a lot of venues don’ have. Light is pretty important if you want good photos by the way, so if you are thinking about getting married in a romantically dark, candlelit venue, then maybe think again and give Johnny the General Manager at Goodnestone a call instead. Although its a pretty sort after venue these days so you better make it quick!
Below you can see just a few shots from the day, from the beautiful Bins getting ready, her dad Nick’s brilliant reaction to seeing her for the first time, Ned looking up to the sky in the church no doubt with his nerves getting the better of him and on to Charlie and Alex celebrating into the night with the kids on their shoulders.
If you want to hear more about my Goodnestone Park wedding photography then just GIVE ME A SHOUT and if you want to see some more of my documentary style photography head on over to my WEDDING PORTFOLIO.
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