This was a first Millbridge Court Wedding for myself and also for James and Kate !!. I can gladly recommend this charming well run venue, with pretty gardens and beautiful interiors.
As a recommended Bijou Wedding Photographer, I do love shooting a Botleys Mansion Wedding. Charlotte & Jon’s day had lovely clear autumn light and plenty of special moments to capture at this stunning wedding venue.
It was good to back as a Cain Manor Photographer for Emily and Stuarts autumnal wedding day ! I love this beautiful venue with its old character, wonderful gardens, and intimate atmosphere. The cosy log fire near the entrance was most welcome as we had a bit of a seasonal ‘nip in the air’.
It was a welcome return to photograph the superb Gorse Hill Hotel near Woking for Lucy and Sam’s wedding day. I love the architecture which reminds me of a French Chateau and the beautiful gardens. Lucy and family arrived in two immaculate vintage cars, one of which was definitely a Ford as it was written on the front !
Great wedding photo opportunities with 2 beautiful people and 2 beautiful Hampshire wedding venues !!
As a ‘discerning wedding photographer’, Adam and Jules’ wedding day at Hambledon House went even further than my expectations, from when they described it to me last year. Vintage cars and bus, amazing country house & grounds, giant tipis, evening light show….all the details worked so well to pack their day with visual delights.
First time for an Oaks Farm Wedding, and what a little gem of a place for wedding photography. Situated just outside the hustel/bustle of Croydon, the pretty walled gardens, barn, fruit trees, pond provided a great tranquil backdrops for Harry & Siobhan’s wedding with a vintage flavour.
Fun, candid and natural photographs were what Matt and Prim had requested for their wedding day……oh and also a sublime sunny English summer day would be nice too?! Well, the ‘extra topping’ came in thick abundance !!
The interior of St Peter’s and St Paul’s church, in the centre of Godalming, offered some cool respite from the blazing hot Surrey sun and I was more than happy to share my water bottle with the groom (dehydration can lead to fainting). Such were the conditions, that a large number of wedding guests were forced to shelter and take max refreshment in a nearby shady pub until the very last minute before the ceremony started. Matt had been a tad concerned about the lack of numbers until the mass stampede appeared around the corner.
Prim arrived a weeny bit late, however her radiant smile and stunning beauty reassured and took everyone’s minds off the sweaty concern/heat factor; Matt was clearly blown away but remained standing (glad I had offered him the water). It was a lovely ceremony with friends & family reading, performing and offering hearty singing.