Leeds Castle Maiden’s Tower and my wedding photography – This has to be one of the most beautiful and romantic wedding venues you can choose from within the grounds of Leeds Castle. As a “Preferred Wedding Photographer ” at the Castle I know the venues and grounds very well and can honestly say that a wedding here is going to be one to remember and for all the right reasons. Leeds Castle can be found in the “Garden of England”, Kent. Make sure this is on your venue hit list as you, family and guests will simply fall in love with these venues.
There are three wedding venues to choose from, The Loveliest Castle in the World, Leeds Castle itself, Maiden’s Tower and Battel Hall. Within these venues there are numerous variations, from exclusive use, to marquees and not forgetting the Fairfax Barn for the larger receptions.
In this post I have focused on the Maiden’s Tower. It was the wedding of Jane and Mark and I have made a selection of images to give you an idea of the Castle and grounds and an insight to the wedding ceremony itself in the Tower. The grounds are so extensive we do really need to plan the photography as there are so many opportunities for wedding photography, no matter what the weather has in store for us.
The management and staff are truly wonderful and always there to help both in the organising of your day and also on the day. Leeds Castle is a truly magnificent venue and as a Suffolk wedding photographer I do travel all around the country and internationally capturing the moments that matter.
I would very much welcome the opportunity to discuss with you about your day.
If you’d like to have a chat with me about how I can help you make your Leeds Castle wedding a success, please call me on 07900 898 649 or fill in my contact form.
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