Paul Fletcher Photography » Sussex documentary wedding photographer based in Brighton.

hever castle wedding photographer

View of moat and Hever CastleI’m a huge fan of Hever Castle having been there many times over the years, several times as a young boy with my family, once to take part in the Hever Castle Triathlon with my young family and most recently for two wonderful weddings in this most gorgeous setting! With several locations for inside and outside ceremonies this has to be one of my favourite wedding venues in Kent, and quite frankly anywhere. It’s not just the location that’s great, it’s the attentiveness of the staff and their willingness to assist with the couple portrait sessions too and this sets them apart from the rest!

View of Hever Castle.My first photographic experience at the castle was for a swift pre-wedding shoot with Lauren and Christian, as seen below, and from that moment onwards I was hooked once again!  The variety of locations is mind-blowing and the views throughout the estate are breathtaking. The gardens have so much colour to work with and the architecture is second to none. The weather for the pre-wedding shoot was hot and sunny, whereas the wedding was wet and cold, however it just doesn’t matter at Hever because there’s always somewhere to work comfortably.  To see what you can expect from your Hever Castle wedding please feel free to browse the posts linked below. I’d love to help you realise the full potential of your wedding at Hever Castle, so please do drop me a line to see if I’m available for your date :)
Jessie and Martin – Please feel free to check out Jessie and Martin’s Hever Castle wedding.

Bride and groom by the Nymph

Lauren and Christian – Please feel free to check out Lauren and Christian’s Hever Castle wedding.

Bride and groom overlooking Hever CastleLauren and Christian’s – Please feel free to browse their pre-wedding shoot at Hever Castle

couple on moat bridge during pre-wedding shoot at Hever Castle

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