WEDDING PHOTOGRAPHY IN TUNBRIDGE WELLS - JOANNA & ANDREW

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Joanna and Andrew celebrated their wedding in a beautiful Victorian village hall in Tunbridge Wells. It was a perfect place for their Scottish/English wedding with room for ceilidh and a paddock overlooking the Kentish countryside. With Andrew being from Scotland kilts were always going to be part of the day. Andrew wore his Nanna's tartan, which is green with red, blue and yellow stripes. Tying everything with the green they decided to go with a rustic, woodland, green and white sort of theme. I love the country style loose bouquets tied up with tartan ribbons the bride and bridesmaids were carrying. The table arrangements were made from logs with flower wreaths and a bottle of whisky as a table name, which doubled up as a wee dram for guests later. The village hall was decorated with diy bunting and green and white lanterns. Two huge old whisky barrels and an old door were made into a bar outside. Guests enjoyed the family share style food and a BBQ, which was perfect for a warm summer day. The most important thing for Jo and Andrew was to create a relaxed and intimate day that wasn't too formal, and they certainly succeeded at that. Their wedding was full of love and laughter :)

Bride's dress - Go Bridal in Tunbridge Wells

Bridesmaids' dresses - Zara

Florist - Katherine from Florist in the Forest

Hair and make-up - Christina Jessel

Catering - Pop Creative