Maiden’s Tower Wedding
Jeff and Rachel were planning a romantic Valentine’s weekend celebration with their Maiden’s Tower wedding at Leeds Castle in Kent. They’ve both been married before, and in Jeff’s words, they’d had ‘traditional’ wedding photos before. So they were looking for photographs that reminded them of the feelings and emotions and captured a little of what it felt like. My style of unposed, documentary wedding photography was a perfect fit for them. It meant they could spend more time enjoying their family and friends, knowing the photography was in safe hands.
Castle Wedding in Kent
Leeds Castle, near Maidstone in Kent, is one of the finest castles to get married in. There’s a huge range of options to suit all types of weddings. For Jeff and Rachel’s Maiden Tower wedding, it was the perfect location. The 16th Century stone building is adjacent to the main castle and is a stunning self-contained venue. Rachel and her bridesmaids got ready upstairs, whilst the ceremony room was prepared downstairs. The castle was being lashed by Storm Denis that weekend, but even the gale-force winds and driving rain couldn’t dampen the party atmosphere!
Documentary Wedding photography at Leeds Castle
Enjoy Rachel and Jeff’s highlights slideshow, and if you were a guest at this wedding, you can register here to be notified when the full gallery is ready. If you enjoy this style of relaxed wedding photography, you might also enjoy some other Castle Wedding Photography, or perhaps a Winter Wedding at the George in Rye.
Maiden’s Tower at Leeds Castle
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