After the ceremony and reception drinks (all indoors due to the gale force winds outside!), Emma and Jason made their way into the wedding breakfast to enjoy a fantastic meal. I kept an eye on the weather throughout, and the wind finally died down just enough to venture outside (although there was no avoiding a somewhat ‘windswept’ look!) which was perfect timing due to the beautiful golden evening sunshine. Emma, Jason and I created some lovely portraits in the amazing gardens at Lympne.
Once we’d safely made it back indoors, it was time for the speeches – which were a great mix of laughter and emotion (mostly laughter as you’ll see), then a few more drinks, before Emma and Jason’s first dance. The party really kicked off then to an awesome band, who got everyone up and cracking out their dance moves!
I left the party for a minute to do my usual final round of the wedding venue, trusty tripod in hand (or ‘on floor’) to get my long exposure shots, then left bride and groom partying the night away!
Congratulations once again to Emma and Jason – here are some of my favourites from the last part of their day!
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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.
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