Jemma & Kim – The Knowle Country House


Back at the end of May I had the pleasure of visiting Knowle Country House for the wedding of Jemma & Kim. Knowle House was built in the 1850's by the rector of Higham, who was a good friend of Charles Dickens. Set in 14 acres, the house is now privately owned and used as a restaurant and a stunning wedding venue.

Now the weather wasn't particularly great, but we managed to get through the group shots without getting too wet. However, the rain didn't hamper anyones spirits and the wedding continued. The reception room looked absolutely stunning and the cake looked great too!

During the rain showers we managed to grab some time to head out into the orchard for some photographs of just the bride and groom. It may have been a little damp (especially when I'm laying on the floor) but we got some great photographs that'll help Jemma and Kim remember their special day for years (if not decades!) to come.

I wish you all the best for the future Jemma & Kim. I was honoured to be part of your wedding day.



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