Real Wedding | Jon & Kelly

Ah, what a day. Will & Kate were married, and my oh my did she did she look stunning. I truly wish the best for them.

Appropriately, I have a British wedding to share with you all today. It doesn’t have quite the pomp and circumstance of the Royal Wedding, but it does have all the charm. This wedding was sent to us from Matt Foden Photography, and I’m so happy to share it. Matt and Brenda Foden are wedding and portrait photographers based in Surrey, England. They cover Kent, Surrey, and the rest of the UK.

Here’s what Matt had to say:

Jon and Kelly’s wedding had two wonderful settings– St.George’s Church in Wrotham, and Cooling Castle Barn, both of which are set in Kent in England. Cooling Castle Barn in particular is a wonderful venue, and exudes the kind of warmth and magic you would hope for in a winter wedding.

Jon and Kelly were great fun to work with and judging by the reaction from their guests, a very popular couple! The day was packed with many fantastic moments, details and features. We especially loved the traditional London Routemaster buses that they hired to ferry their guests around, and we couldn’t resist the chance to feature this iconic London Bus in their portraits! The barn itself looked really magical lit up at night, and was complemented with some great features and characters, including a magician, a traditional Master of Ceremonies (who has also worked at Charles and Camilla’s wedding) and a fun photo booth. A fun, entertaining, and above all emotional wedding day that we genuinely loved photographing!
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Congratulations to Jon & Kelly! Thank you to Matt Foden Photography for sending these beautiful photos to us.

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