Hear Ye! Hear Ye! Hear Ye! Jennifer & Andy got married! In all of the elegance and style that you’d expect from a Rye Town Hall Wedding, it was truly romantic and beautiful exactly as I’d expected it to be having got to know them both a little over the past few months.
Both of them had planned this wedding with their priorities set firmly on having all of their loved ones, family and friends in one place and to proudly and publicly celebrate their love for one another in front of them. With Rex the Town Crier announcing them to the crowds of Rye they very literally bellowed it to streets.
Jen is a rather terrific photographer herself and it was an absolute honour to be asked to photograph her wedding day. The day began with Jen getting ready at the jaw droppingly beautiful Old Smock Windmill in Benenden surrounded by meadows and wildflowers and then heading off through the Kent countryside to Rye Town Hall for the ceremony and then for a blessing next door in the thousand year old church at the top of Rye.
All of the guests then made their way back to the Windmill for an afternoon BBQ in the gardens with people happily sitting around chatting on hay bales drinking cider (along with Granny sampling Tequila for the first time), playing on the trampoline and eating a pretty spectacular wedding cake. I appreciate I’m going on a bit here but it really was gorgeous!
One last thing before I let you look at the photos properly – have a look at the Windmill and book yourselves in for a night or two. It’s not really a wedding venue but the very lovely owners couldn’t say no when Jen fell in love with the place. It’s finished immaculately and is a truly unique place to get away from it all and chill out for a couple of nights.
Anyway, enough chat. As Jen and Andy head off to California on their honeymoon here are a few previews to keep them going for a few weeks until they get home.
Jackson & Co Photography | Rye Town Hall Wedding Photographer
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Brilliant set mate. Love that town crier shot.
Beautiful stuff mate, I need to know how the guy in mid air landed!?
That last shot is all a happy wedding should be, well done :)