Upnor Castle Wedding Photography

//Upnor Castle Wedding Photography

Upnor Castle Wedding Photography

Perks of the Job: Getting to shoot wedding photography at Upnor Castle.
Not just a Canterbury wedding photographer I shoot weddings all over Kent and the South East of England. I’ve seen so many fantastic wedding venues but always love returning to shoot Upnor Castle wedding photography.
Set in tranquil grounds adjoining a riverside village, Upnor Castle is a rare example of an Elizabethan artillery fort. This castle is set in an enchanting and picturesque village backed by rolling wooded hills and fronted by a water bastion. It has the wow factor as soon as you enter its grand entrance gates.
As an experienced Kent wedding photographer I love venues that are unique and offer something that other venues can’t. And this is certainly the case with Upnor Castle. On arrival guests (wowed by the entrance) are led through the studded oak doors, across the grassed inner courtyard to climb the sweeping spiral staircase to the upper magazine to the wedding room.
I love the wedding room at Upnor Castle. Once a store for munitions guests are seated on novel powder-barrel seating, a fantastic echo to the castles military past.
Upnor Castle only host ceremonies which can be followed by a drinks reception. Now Canterbury wedding photographer’s love a drinks reception as it gives us a chance to take some great portrait, group and informal shots of our clients and their guests without taking them away from relaxing and chatting with one another.
As for backdrops for these images there are so many features to choose from, the large canons, the oak studded door, the riverside views, the spiral staircase or the pretty inner courtyard.
So if you’re looking to get married in one of England’s truly timeless places. Take a look at Upnor Castle. It’s a real favourite with Kent wedding photographers.
Please contact me for more information.

By |2018-10-15T10:10:11+00:00October 15th, 2018|Weddings|Comments Off on Upnor Castle Wedding Photography