A small, intimate, colourful Autumn wedding in The Astor Wing at Hever castle in Kent.
Hever Castle in Kent is an incredibly historic wedding venue near Edenbridge in Kent as was the perfect choice for Buzz and Eunji’s romantic civil wedding ceremony.
The couple live in Australia and had originally planned a wedding for April 7th on Hamilton island in the Whitsundays . However 7 days before the event a cyclone took out the island and as a result their wedding was cancelled. This of course was devastating but good news for us as they booked a small, intimate wedding at Hever Csatle in Kent, so Buzz’s family could attend. Eunji’s family managed to fly over too, so a lovely day was planned.
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The ceremony took place in the Astor Wing. William Waldorf Astor commissioned the Astor Wing in 1903. Craftsman used Tudor tools in order to retain the authenticity of the Tudor era. The result is a series of beautiful Tudor style buildings joined to Hever Castle offering magnificent oak panelling, ornate fireplaces, antique furnishings and an eclectic art collection.
We started the day with Eunji getting ready in the Rye, the rest of the guests had travelled to Hever Castle and The Astor Wing by a London red bus. The bride arrived in more style in a very smart vintage car. The ceremony was carried out by one of their friends which gave the whole thing a lovely relaxed, fun feel.
Although this was a small wedding the couple were very keen to go around the grounds which are absolutely stunning . As it was Autumn the colours were amazing, the breeze was brisk which made for some beautiful blowing veil shots, against this backdrop you can’t go wrong. The vine growing over the castle was the most vibrant red, what a picture!