Wedding Photographers in Kent

137 results

Scott Kendall Photography

1 promotion
From £945

Kim Farinha Photography

From £800

Tom Jeavons Photography

From £995

Benjamin Toms Photography

1 promotion -10% Discount
From £1,495

Photography by Petrina

From £495

Jodi Hanagan Photography

From £750

Jessy Papasavva Photography

From £1,595

S2 Images

1 promotion
From £1,550

Sam and Simon Photography

From £1,495

S. R. Urwin Wedding Photography

From £1,500

Stories From Eros | Photography & Videography

From £2,150


From £850

Thistle + Stone Photography

1 promotion
From £1,350

Wrapp Weddings

3 promotions
From £800

Moments Like These Wedding Photography

From £897

Martin James Photography & Videography

From £1,000

Daniel McClane Photography

1 promotion
From £1,300

Paola De Paola Photography

1 promotion -5% Discount
From £650

Leslie Choucard Photography & Videography

1 promotion
From £1,500

Art Bride

From £650

Paul Read Photography

2 promotions -15% Discount
From £1,595

3A photography + video

From £770

Chris Giles Photography

LVRS Photography

1 promotion
From £600

Context Photography

From £900

Dee Airey Photography

From £1,150

Twigs Branch Photography

From £1,495

Matt Rock Photography

2 promotions
From £1,425

Tash Busta photography

From £900

Simon K Lewis Photography

1 promotion
From £790

Natalia Paulina Photography

1 promotion -10% Discount
From £475

Ross Hurley Photography

Big Day Productions

From £219

James Ireland Photography

1 promotion -5% Discount
From £750

Leanne Gardiner Photography

1 promotion -5% Discount
From £499

WB Photography

1 promotion
From £850

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Your Own Personal Fairytale

Leave it to the Professionals

With phone cameras improving and apps to edit just about any image, it can be tempting to save a pretty penny and leave a photographer off your wedding list. In fact, many couples are now relying on their guests' artistic abilities to document the big day. You may have come across wedding photos with a designated hashtag in the caption, allowing the newlyweds to easily track down snaps from their day. This can, of course, be a lovely way to seek out candid moments and behind-the-scenes style photos, but it has its disadvantages too. In an age where people have become all too familiar with their phone screens, it's a nice change to have everyone present - in mind and body- on the big day. For this, it is becoming increasingly popular to have a no-phone rule at weddings and big events, leaving the photography to the professionals.

Is it Worth the Money?

With the average price of hiring a wedding photographer now sitting at over £1,500 in the UK, it can be difficult for some to justify the cost. This could mean cutting back on costs elsewhere, but all for a good reason. Have your cherished album of stunning images take pride of place on your living room bookshelf, ready to show off when friends come around.


Photography has come a long way and continues to evolve and improve through new technology and styles. Your wedding album doesn't have to be full of posed family portraits, artificial backdrops, or trends of bygone days. Take your time to find a photographer who sees your vision and can bring it to life, then sit back and flick through photos that reflect the true uniqueness of your day. From elegant ceremony snaps to afterparty images you wouldn't show your granny, the album should be as much fun as the day!

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