Happy New Year – 2016 weddings review

Happy New Year to all the couples and families we have had the pleasure of working with to date and those whose weddings we will be capturing in 2017.

2016 was a fantastic year for Bay Images we captured many weddings at beautiful wedding venues in Kent and across the South East.  We returned to some old favourites such as Marleybrook House, East Quay and the Marine Hotel and added some new ones to our list The Blue Pigeons at Worth & Ye Olde Plough, Bulphan to name a few.

Overall the weather gods were fairly kind to us and we didn’t have any weddings when it rained persistently.  Although we did experience extremely heavy rain and hailstones the size 10 pence pieces for part of a wedding we photographed at the end of June, where the reception was held in a huge teepee.  Mind you as one of the guests commented “It is Glastonbury weekend so what can you expect?!” Nevertheless in between the downpours we did manage to capture all the images we had planned to and the couple had a fantastic day.

2016 saw a huge range of wedding themes, from rustic to movie set glamour. We continued to be amazed by the creativity and personal touches we saw last year with many of our brides choosing to make a lot of their wedding decorations themselves.

2016 was the first full year that we flew our UAV (aerial drone) with Stuart having achieved his CAA licence towards the end of the previous year.  The drone allows us to offer an extra angle to our images and has been very well received.  We are looking forward to continue to use it to over that extra twist at our weddings in 2017.

We worked with and met some amazing people throughout the year and have been truly touched by the kind words we have received from both our couples and their families.  We are looking forward to photographing many more weddings in 2017.

If you would like more information about our wedding photography packages or to check availability please call 07881 588802.

Click on the image below to review some our highlights from 2016.

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