Rebecca and Ty’s wedding at Bilsington Priory near Ashford in Kent was full of sunshine, children and animals. The day started with capturing some of the local characters including a very patient one-eyed cat (you’ll see why soon) which I think is called Orville.
I joined Rebecca, her mother and her daughters getting ready.
We went across to the Augustine Priory where Ty was waiting – a tad emotional – with the guests and lovely Kent registrars.
Rebecca’s mum had set up a surprise dove release for Rebecca, Ty and their daughter Coco.
Rebecca, Ty and myself took a few minutes for some portraits out of the bright sunlight, including a garden bench where Ty had proposed.
While they rejoined their guests for drinks, children were making the most of the gardens, including a tree-slung horse swing.
Coco took a huge liking to Orville and spent much of the reception cuddling him, although when he decided to make a bid for freedom, there was child carnage left in his wake.
Just as the sun was fading, the speeches and Rebecca and Ty’s first dance took place and I left them and their guests to celebrate.