Wedding at Kew Gardens

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Wedding at Kew Gardens

When you think of a wedding at Kew Gardens, you would automatically think of a display of natural beauty and in this case, it certainly was a display of beauty.  Sabine and Time reached out to me quite a while before their wedding. From our first consultation I knew these two were my perfect couple. Grounded, humble, full of life and beautiful. These days, it seems quite foreign to document weddings in the UK as I spend so much time overseas, however, there is something bliss about capturing moments for UK couples…even in not so nice weather.

As I am sure you would assume, a wedding in Kew Gardens would be surrounded by colors, textures and an iconic history. Sabine was a beautiful bride and with a historic surrounding like Kew Gardens as her backdrop, she simply had to turn up and raise the roof. The ceremony took place within Kew Gardens and it was beautifully decorated by Veevers Carter. The aroma from the flowers and music from the quartet set the perfect scene for a ceremonial blessing. In true British fashion, the heavens opened up and decided to rain down some love on us just as guests enjoyed their cocktails. However, this did not stop us celebrating. After some of the best groomsmen speeches I have ever heard, we danced the night away in the beautifully decorated conservatory. Sabine and Tim are an amazing couple who were a dream to work with.

I am humbled to have captured their wedding day and tell their story.  As for London weddings, if you are considering having your wedding at Kew Gardens, I can highly recommend it as a venue for true beauty and atmosphere.

Video by Philip White.

 

 

 

 

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  • Rob Dodsworth /   12 February 2020

    Love this set. The prep images are some of my favourites but wow - what a party!

  • Abul /   2 March 2020

    Wow! What a beautiful set of images from one of the best wedding story tellers of our generation. Love it.