A Kent Wedding

Well, what a wonderful day Lily-Rose and Robert had yesterday.
If you know me, you’ll know that I love weddings that stray from the ordinary, and this was definitely one of those.

Firstly, instead of hiring a venue they used Lily-Rose’s grandparent’s farm - although, if your grandparent’s have a place like this, why wouldn’t you!?

I’ve never had a bride arrive in the back of an open top Land Rover before but it was incredible!
Talk about arriving in style…

And this little man was keenly awaiting her.

And he wasn’t the only one!
Lily-Rose was running about 20 minutes late (bride’s prerogative) and Robert was getting a bit nervous.
He’s grinning in this picture because he knew I was waiting outside for her arrival, so when I came back into the church, he could stop checking his watch and relax - his bride was here! 

And she was excited to get to him.

The ceremony was really lovely and sweet and before long, we had husband and wife!

Then it was back to the farm for some fun. There was a total of 6 tractors, 2 classic cars and a classic lorry escorting the bride and groom through the country lanes and it was quite a sight!

Back on the farm, Lily-Rose and Robert took me on a little walk around the grounds. It was one of the most gorgeous venues I’ve ever worked at. 

And because the Land Rover had played such a big part in the day, why not include it in the pictures?

There was lots of fun to be had on the farm for the guests - this is the face of a man who was sure he’d hit a hole in one only to see it bounce out again!

There were toy tractors and real tractors.

And the bride decided to pop on her boots and get involved too!

We still had time for few more lovely bride shots before it was time for me to leave.

And it’s only right we got the groom involved for one last shot too…

There are sooo many more amazing shots from this wedding, but I can only include a handful in these little sneak peeks. 
So if you were one of the (very awesome) guests that gave me a round of applause as I left, then you only have to wait about 4 weeks before Lily-Rose and Robert will have their full gallery and video to share with you.

I’ll leave you with this picture though - if you’re getting married on a farm, you have to share your day with all kinds of things. Including the spiders!

That’s all for this little sneak peek, folks.
I’ll add one or two more pictures from this day to the Facebook and Instagram pages as I edit them, so feel free to follow along over there.

Huge thanks to all of Lily-Rose and Robert’s guests who so great to me all day and made me feel so welcome. A truly wonderful bunch.

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