Caitlin and Daves wedding at The Ferry House Inn

The Ferry House Inn is a beautiful waterside barn wedding venue in Kent. You will find the barn secreted away beside the Swale estuary among a picture-perfect landscape of wild meadows and natural wetland reserves. Secluded yet accessible just 60 minutes from London, they specialise in refined rustic weddings, with guest accommodation for 70+ and expansive menus using their homegrown, family-farmed and locally sourced produce.

BRIDE & GROOM – Caitlin & Dave
VENUE – The Ferry House Inn in Kent Link
PHOTOGRAPHER – Scott Kendall Photography😉
CATERING – In-House at The Ferry House Inn
DRESS – Marianne Jessica

Questions for the couple

We met at university (Central School of Speech and Drama) but bonded over a drunken proposal to share a Nando’s free chicken that Caitlin had on her loyalty card!


We’ve shared a similar sense of humour and silliness from day one!


We wanted a country feel to our wedding as we love the countryside and also were looking at pub venues and barns. The Ferry House Inn offered us this and more! From the pub, the private lounge, to the barn, the marquee and the gorgeous outdoor area it had a lot of space and some stunning backdrops. We liked the fact it was quite remote and loved that there were rooms on site and cottages down the road as we were able to make an entire weekend of the event with 40 close friends and family staying.


The emotion captured in our father of the bride first look is truly special. We love the playful group shots and the candid shots of the garden games. We also love all the photos we took down by the water – such a lovely backdrop and framing and the windy conditions made for some dramatic dress shots.


Having all our loved ones in one space and seeing them all mingle, chat and dance the night away.


We found you on Hitched and loved your style of photography, very natural, candid photos without too much posing which suited what we wanted perfectly. You had fantastic reviews, were competitively priced and we found you so friendly on our initial call 🙂


Try to enjoy the planning! Get the big stuff out the way first and make a beastly excel spreadsheet to keep everything in one place. If you want to save money then get crafty – we loved making our own decorated jars for the tables (and eating all the olives and gherkins it took to get the jars), and beg borrow and steal what you can from friends and family. Ultimately trust that everything will be alright on the day and do what you want, don’t worry about other people’s opinions too much!

The Wedding Photos

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