Church weddings in Maidstone
As a busy Kent wedding photographer I frequently get to photograph church weddings in Maidstone. Detailed below are some of the Maidstone churches that I have photographed wedding ceremonies at.
All Saints Church, Maidstone (in the diocese of Canterbury)
A grade I listed church that is described as the grandest perpendicular style church in Kent. I like shooting wedding photography at All Saints Church because its gothic architecture give it the most dramatic interior giving me the most amazing backdrop when photographing my clients and their guests.
St Faiths Church, Maidstone (in the diocese of Canterbury)
St Faiths is an Anglican church that is situated in the heart of Maidstone’s town centre. It has has a rich history. I like shooting wedding photography at St Faiths Church as it a really handsome building both inside and out. The light that floods through the windows above alter allow for some amazing images.
Saint Francis Church, Maidstone (in the diocese of Canterbury)
Saint Francis parish church in the heart of Maidstone was founded in 1859 and since then has been the heart of the Catholic community in the Maidstone area. I like shooting wedding photography at Saint Francis Church as its style of architecture give it a bright appearance giving me great light to work with when photographing my clients.
Holy Cross Church, Maidstone (in the diocese of Canterbury)
Situated in the pretty village of Bearstead (just two miles out of Maidstone) Grade I listed Holy cross church has stood since Anglo Saxon times so it has a rich history. I like shooting wedding photography at Holy Cross Church because its village location and traditional building give it a quintessential English wedding feel.
St Luke’s Church, Maidstone (in the diocese of Canterbury)
St Luke’s church describes itself as a vibrant, lively and charismatic envangelical Anglican Church with a friendly welcome. I like shooting wedding photography at St Luke’s as they offer a large airy room for the wedding ceremony which is great for larger weddings. They also offer function room hire so you can host your reception there as well.
St Martin’s Church, Maidstone (in the diocese of Canterbury)
St Martin’s is a modern and vibrant community church. I like shooting wedding photography at St Martin’s church because churches can often be dark places. (We photographers are obsessed with light!) and St Martin’s has lots of great light for me to work with.
St Michael and All Angels Church, Maidstone (in the diocese of Canterbury)
St Michael and All Angels is the only Anglo Catholic church in Maidstone. I like shooting wedding photography at St Michael’s and All Angels as it is a fascinating building with a beautiful clock tower. It is a fantastic church for bell ringing which is always lovely at a wedding.
St Paul’s Church, Maidstone (in the diocese of Canterbury)
St Paul’s is a Church of England church that serves Maidstone. I like shooting wedding photography at St Paul’s as it is a large open space with good light which is great for larger weddings. Its open space means that I can move around easily (not the case in a lot of churches). This allows me to capture the ceremony from the best angles.
St Phililp’s Church, Maidstone (in the dioecese of Canterbury)
Located in the middle of a residential area St Philips was built in the 1860’s. Its landmark spire can be seen from many parts of the town. I like shooting wedding photography at St Philips because it’s has beautiful architecture both inside and out which make the perfect backdrop.
These are just a few examples of Maidstone churches. There are many more churches in Maidstone, many have websites that offer advice for brides and grooms looking for a church wedding. Maidstone churches are just one of the many reasons why I love being a Kent wedding photographer.
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