Everything about this day, from start to finish, was absolutely beautiful. I was helping out second shooting with fellow photographer, Charlie. The sun was high in the sky (I even got a little bit sunburnt!) and the sky was a perfect shade of blue. The bride and groom decorated the venue in a vintage theme, with beautiful attention to detail and a whole load of cakes! (mmm!) They had the brilliant foresight to hold a cake competition, where all their guests baked and brought a cake to the wedding; the bride and groom picked a winner that night!
The Ferry House Inn (Harty, Sheerness) is a 16th-century country pub that boasts extensive gardens, simple en-suite pine wood rooms and a beautiful resteraunt and greenhouse area. The inside is absolutely stunning, decorated in a rustic theme with hops hanging from the rafters, everything about it is perfect: including it’s location which sits amazingly right next to the Estuary with a path directly down to the waters edge from the inn itself!
After the ceremony we took a nice walk down the hillside to take some gorgeous photographs, and further down to the water to take more before returning to the venue to start the toasts!
After the speeches and meal, when the evening guests started to arrive, guests began to fill through to the greenhouse – which had been blacked out entirely with a beautiful dance floor and DJ creating an amazing atmosphere. Sweets on a sweet table were promptly brought out, as if the guests weren’t happy enough! I would love to wish Steph and James good luck and thank them for sharing their big day with me as a Kent wedding photographer.