Hunton Village Hall Wedding Photography
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Hunton Village Hall Wedding Photography

Hunton Village Hall Wedding Photography

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Hunton Village Hall Wedding // Sarah & Darryl

Hunton Village Hall, built in 1926 by local craftsman, and situated in the rural Kent village of Hunton, was the setting for Sarah and Darryl’s homemade, natural wedding. I first met the couple when they came to visit me at home in Whitstable , where we chatted about their day and what they had planned. Sarah told me that the wedding would have a village fete feel to it, with homemade bunting, pickles made by her gran, and tables filled with traditional old English sweeties and hand picked flowers.  The day started at Sarah’s home in Coxheath, a stone’s throw from the village church where they would say their vows. The house was packed to the rafters with friends and relatives getting ready, fortified by Cornish pasties and tea. Sarah, her dad and bridesmaids walked the 200m to the church  and the ceremony took place. Afterwards, everyone made their way to Hunton Village Hall for Pimms and canapés before afternoon tea was served. Delicious cakes and dainty sandwiches were passed around, and tea made way for champagne as the speeches took place. The evening celebrations featured a ceilidh and a hog roast, which kept everyone energised for the rather exhaustive looking dancing. A lovely day down in Hunton with Sarah and Darryl and their family and friends, some favourites are below

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