Kent Weddings - Photo Album

PUBLISHED: 11:18 18 January 2011 | UPDATED: 20:42 20 February 2013

Kent Weddings - Photo Album

Kent Weddings - Photo Album

Carly and Bradley married at The Orangery Turkey Mill, Maidstone...

Venue: The Orangery Turkey Mill, Maidstone (Tel: 01622 765511)

The bride wore: An iconic Constantina gown, Christina, in light ivory Godavari silk, ruched silk on the corset bodice and spreading out to a soft A-line with side pleated skirt, from Signature Brides (Tel: 01303 260777)

Photography by: Paul Barsby(Tel: 01892 523134)

Flowers by: Butterfly Flowers (Tel: 07816 511877)

Hair by: Fairytales and Dreams (Tel: 07814597016)

Men wore: Mid-grey tailcoat suits from Bridal Gowns at Jodi (Tel: 01622 755090)

Bridesmaids dresses:Made by Pretty Things (Tel: 01622 209218)

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