There aren’t too many places in Kent which can be much more Kentish than the Shepherd Neame brewery in Faversham – it lays claim to being the oldest brewer in Britain being founded in 1698. It may have a tradition for beer but also makes the perfect venue for a wedding with loads of more unusual places for some great portrait photos but more of that in a bit.

Suzanne stayed in the local village of Doddington the night before her wedding at the Old Vicarage guest house.


This is a great location in itself and I could have just stayed here taking photos like this…

… but there was the little matter of the wedding to attend! Suzanne looked very at home in the back of the 1937 Rolls Royce Limousine that took her to the brewery. Apparently Rob, her husband to be, was very jealous and I don’t blame him.


When Suzanne arrived with her bridesmaids there was just time for one last adjustment before the wedding itself.


Now, I love weddings with all the romance and love that they bring and being a photographer I’m often in a privileged position to be able to see and capture these moments. It’s a look or a discreet touch that can say so much and I can honestly say that there were so many moments like this between Rob and Suzanne.


Now did I mention all the fantastic locations for portraits? Well I want to save some until Rob and Suzanne get back from their honeymoon but I had to share just a few with you…





Oh go on then, just one more…


You may also know that I love to capture the details of all the weddings I photograph and this one was no different – here’s a couple of my favourite ones…



After the wedding breakfast and speeches and before the first dance there was just a little time for a couple more portraits – told you this was a great location!


And then it was time for the first dance.


Rob and Suzanne will be back this coming weekend from a lovely honeymoon in Turkey. Why not leave them a message for them to come back to below…