When I discovered that the fabulous photographer Scott Miller had shot a Fairground & French Bulldog Wedding (well it wasn’t the dogs getting married to be fair, oops, pardon the pun!!) at the glorious Marleybrook House I was truly excited. Great photography, a Truly Quirky Wedding Venue and my favourite of all the beasts in one package, not to mention the utterly gorgeous couple.
Dionne and Daniel were married on Saturday 6th August 2016 and what a stunner of a day was had. This was the first wedding at Marleybrook House that Scott had shot and he was really excited when he Googled the venue, a photographers dream!
Scott told me “We were blessed with a wonderful sunny day which just complemented the the wonderful grounds and of course I just love the fairground”.
Interestingly many of the couples that use Truly Quirky Wedding Venues want to know if dogs are allowed to join them on their wedding day. More and more couples are having their pets along to celebrate and who can blame them? I am new to pets and have only had my dog for a year, he’s my first, he’s Ted, a French Bulldog and if I were to be getting married now I would defiantly want him there. A french bulldog wedding would be a thing of beauty in my eyes!
I hope you enjoy these vibrant photos of Dionne and Daniel’s Fairground and French Bulldog Wedding, they ooze fun and good times, just like they should.
Marleybrook House is an immaculately presented seventeenth century ‘chocolate box‘ thatched farmhouse full of unique character, and oozing charming history. Former home to the legendary international singer, actress and cabaret star Eartha Kitt, this Truly Quirky Wedding Venue is in a secluded location, offering total privacy and exclusivity, yet just seven miles from the city of Canterbury. The five acres of landscaped gardens, paddocks and woodland provide the perfect setting for a quintessential English Country Wedding.
Marleybrook House is perfect for weddings all year round providing the prettiest ‘picture postcard’ backdrop throughout the all the seasons. Experience the nostalgia of the many quirky features in abundance here including our authentic Vintage Fayre with Victorian Swing Boats and traditional side stalls, original haywain, gypsy caravan, vintage tractor, age-old carts, butchers bike, red telephone box and loads more cool stuff.
To enquire about holding your Truly Quirky Wedding be it a Fairground and French Bulldog Wedding, a Boho Festival Wedding or a Traditional Summer Fete Affair simply click here and fill in your details!
Until next time.
Photography by Scott Miller Photography