So last month I got the privilege to be a part of Phil and Rose's Wedding day at Port Lympne Reserve in Kent, and for anyone that knows me will know how much of a dream this is! I LOVE Port Lympne and Howletts, which is part of the Aspinall Foundation. I spend a lot of my days off down there with the camera. For anyone who hasn't had a chance to visit, you must go!
Phil and Rose could not have been luckier with the weather for their special day. As we all know we have had a very wet and cold miserable start to 2018, so when the sun was shining with bright blue skies we couldn't have all been more excited for the day ahead. They chose an amazing rainbow theme! The venue was just filled with colour, which was so refreshing to see something different then the standard wedding colours. It looked beautiful!
The ceremony took place in the Port Lympne Mansion Hotel. It's situated in the most beautiful grounds, and to see it all out in bloom in the gardens in the sunshine was beautiful and made a wonderful back drop for photographs! It was so lovely that we were able to use the grounds of the Mansion to be able to do the photographs after the ceremony, it really was beautiful. After the sit down reception, all of the wedding guests were able to take part in a sunset safari! I couldn't wait I was so excited. Once we got to the top of the hill the view across the park as the sun went down was spectacular. Once we returned from the sunset safari the evening guests had started to arrive for the reception.
The day completely flew by!
Phil and Rose were such an easy and laid back couple to work with and were both so so lovely. They made me feel completely welcome, and all their friends and family were so lovely too. It certainly will be a hard wedding to beat and is definitely one of my favourite ever weddings that I have had the pleasure to be able to have been a part of. I wish the new Mr and Mrs Totham all the best for their new chapter in their life together!