By: David On: August 23, 2013 In: Weddings in Kent Comments: 1

Here are some Chilston Park wedding photography images from a snowy January wedding at Chilston Park in Kent.

This has to be the coldest wedding I’ve ever photographed – when the bride arrived at the church, I’d been standing outside capturing guest arrivals for around thirty minutes – my hands were so numb I could barely press the shutter! I ran out the next morning to buy some chemical heat packs to put inside my gloves and a flask, as I had another wedding (at Hotel Du Vin in Tunbridge Wells) that day with even more snow!

There are only a few photos here (and none of the groom) for reasons of privacy. On seeing how stunning the bride looked on the day and in the photos, I grovelled and asked to be allowed to blog a few images, to which she kindly agreed. I’m sure you’ll agree, that a bride this amazing needs to be seen!

If you’re looking for Chilston Park wedding photography, please contact me to discuss your wedding photography.

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David Burke is a Kent Wedding Photographer who specialises in photojournalism coupled with stunning bride and groom portraiture. David works throughout Kent, East and West Sussex, Essex and Surrey and is also available to photograph weddings throughout the UK and abroad.

All photographs copyright David Burke Photography 2013. No unauthorised copying, linking or usage.

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1 Comments:

    • Jon Wheaton
    • August 23, 2013
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    Beautiful setting and fabulous pictures David! Well worth a bit of frostbite.

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