Archbishops Palace wedding in Kent
Kent county, known as the ‘Garden of England’ hosted Lynne and Martin’s wedding. The couple selected the beautiful Archbishops Palace, which used to be the fourteenth century residence of the Archbishops of Canterbury! Kent is known for its sprawling countryside and historical cities. This vast landscape benefits from a range of wedding venues to choose from. From Cathedral City hotels to quaint barns in the country. It is a delight for a wedding photographer and offers such variety and colour to work with.
Archbishops Palace wedding photo gallery
Well-kept lawns and flowerbeds surround the driveway and the ornamental hedging provided a natural but colourful backdrop for group and couple photography. I hope you enjoy looking through Lynne and Martin’s intimate wedding pictures just as much as I enjoyed taking them. Wishing you joy, love, and happiness as you begin your new life together! Love Ria
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Are you still looking for your Kent wedding photographer to capture your Kent wedding? Please, contact Ebourne Images. I would love to take pictures of your big day too! With a first class Fine Art university degree, an Associate qualification from the Society of Wedding and Portrait Photographers (SWPP) and hundreds of weddings under my belt you can be assured your wedding memories are in safe hands. Needless to say, the qualification means I am among the elite 5-10 per cent of wedding photographers in the country :-).
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