I was first approached about Ian and Michaela’s Hadlow Manor Kent Wedding Photography well over a year ago by Michaela’s mother Linda, who was kindly organising the day for them as they both lived abroad at the time.
The day started out at the lovely grade 2 listed Georgain manor house where Michaela and the girls were getting themselves ready, and there was plenty of smiles and laughter with the odd glass of fizz, and so a nice laid back start to what would be a great day.
Two classic cars pulling into the driveway of the Hadlow Manor Hotel indicated it was nearly time to head on over to St John the Baptist Church in the nearby village of Wateringbury, where Ian was waiting along with the arriving guests. It was in fact going to be a very special service as Ian’s parents had their own important roles to play as his mother Hilary was playing the organ, whist his father Barry was signing in the choir with a reading thrown in for good measure! Michaela looked stunning in her dress as she entered the church which then led onto a lovely and personal service.
It was then back to the wedding venue at Hadlow Manor where a few photos in the secluded gardens were caught before the heavens opened! Guests arrived and drinks and food were served, followed by some emotional speeches particularly from Michaela’s father. As a dad to two daughters myself I can only imagine what a moving moment that must be in speaking about how proud you are of them.
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