I absolutely adore Clock Barn in Hampshire, but never before have I had the chance to shoot a wedding there in the Autumn to take advantage of all the fabulous colours which I know are there at this time of year, so when Amelia & Trafford booked me to photograph their October wedding there I was delighted. These guys had the most beautiful day – not only are they just the cutest couple ever but they had a Beauty & The Beast theme with their decor – check out their wonderful table centres!
We were lucky to have the most beautiful bright and dry autumn day so guests could enjoy canapes and drinks in the garden whilst the tree of us wandered around the Clock Barn grounds to take their couple shots and then family group photos in the paddock. Dinner was catered by the incredible Galloping Gourmet who always cook up an absolute feast before some very heartfelt speeches and one hellova party 🙂
I’ve absolutely loved working with you guys, thank you for making it all just so fun! Big thank you to Michael too who second shot for me on this one, some of the photos below are his.
If you’d like to chat to me about photographing your wedding at Clock Barn, feel free to email me here.
Sam & Phil had the most beautiful wedding at Old Thorns Hotel in Liphook, Hampshire on a beautifully bright and clear September day. Old Thorns a is a gorgeous hotel and golf course which holds several different options and places to get married, making it easy to personalise your wedding to your own tastes and styles. Sam & Phil chose to get married in a very pretty room full of widows and natural light which opens out onto a patio – perfect for their drinks reception and photos.
Before their dinner we got to ride off on golf buggies across the golf course (ducking a dodging between the games!) to take in a capture the fantastic views and scenery. Everything about their day was so pretty and colourful – thank you so much for having Clare and I along! We had a blast.
Thank you to Clare as always for second shooting this one, some of these photos are hers.
If you’d like to chat to me about photographing your wedding at Old Thorns in Liphook, feel free to email me here.
Veronika & Nicholas had the most beautiful and elegant wedding! It’s not often I get to photograph somewhere new these days so I was very excited when they told me that their wedding venue would be the Indian restaurant Banyan in Fernhurst – that’s certainly a first for me! The Banyan restaurant is in the most beautiful stone building; hidden in the countryside and next to a lovely old pub called The Kings Arms. The pub holds very special memories for Veronika and Nicholas because it is in fact where they met! So what better a place to celebrate their marriage.
Veronika & Nicholas tied the knot inside a gorgeous little old church just down the road in Fernhurst called St Margret’s before everyone made their way to The Kings Arms for drinks and delicious canapes of Indian nibbles. Everyone enjoyed the sunshine in the pretty gardens surrounded by stunning views of the countryside and friendly horses in the neighboring fields. Because the weather was so warm, they were able to hold their speeches outside in the gardens, before everyone went inside the Banyan restaurant for dinner and then later for dancing.
Dan and I had such a lovely day with you all, thank you so much for having us along! <3