One of the things that strikes me about being able to shoot so regularly at one of the most beautiful venues in the South is how different and unique each wedding can be. I absolutely adore Clock Barn in Hampshire, the staff there are just incredible; so helpful and lovely, plus the barn inside is flippin’ gorgeous! I love the fields that surround it too, they provide a moment so peaceful and serene in the business of your wedding day.
Natalie and Matt’s wedding at Clock Barn in April was simply stunning. The couple had chosen the fabulous creations of Eden Blooms for their florist and they had the whole barn filled with beautiful flowers, all of which came together to smell absolutely amazing!
The bride looked incredible in her vintage inspired gown (it had such a beautiful back to it), contrasting so well with the indigo bridesmaids dresses, all the ladies crowned with smiles and laughter. The flowers were a beautiful mix of blues and purples, such a different mix but they looked incredible. When we ventured out in the fields and hills that sun shine glow touched us, we were so lucky to get a glorious golden sunset, 10/10 on the romantic scale, and some beautiful pictures and memories made.
The guests enjoyed their meal and speeches in the beautiful barn amoungst the flowers and I got to watch the rest of the glorious sunset on my journey home, knowing I had left a very happy Natalie and Matt enjoying dancing and laughter with their family and friends.
What a perfect day, thank you both for making Leoni and I feel so welcome and at home with you all.
If you’d like to speak to me about capturing your Clock Barn in Hampshire wedding, feel free to contact me here.
It is always super exciting for me to get the chance to photograph a venue I’ve never shot at before so I was really excited when Hollie & Tom told me about Kingston Country Courtyard. It’s a beautiful stone barn set in the gorgeous Dorset countryside just near Corfe Castle, the views from the garden were just breathtaking.
Everything about this wedding was so, so pretty in gorgeous spring colours. The bridesmaid’s dresses and the groomsmen’s outfits complimented each other beautifully. I love this fresh pastel trend. The brides lace gown stood out marvelously amongst the spring pastels, the floral bouquets mirrored colours, with the bridesmaids having white and the bride having a mix of pastels to match her bridesmaids gowns! It worked so well!
The colour didn’t stop there! The beautiful barn was dressed in pops of colour, from bunting to cute little mason jars filled with blooms for the aisle ends. The scenery behind a lot of the photographs just went on for miles and miles of rolling countryside it was just incredible to see. We managed to get a few photographs on the cutest little bridge too! As you can see the pastels have filtered through in the groomsmen’s outfits as well, pocket squares and ties to match!
As the sun started to think about ebbing away there was a bit of time left to play with some sparklers (they always look fun in photos!) before the couple shared their first dance.
Lovely day guys thanks so much for letting me be your photographer xx
I also had a wonderful day working with my new lovely assistant Leoni! I’m looking forward to working many more with her in the summer; a few of these photos are hers.
If you’d like to speak to me about capturing your wedding at Kingston Country Courtyard or any other venue, feel free to contact me here.
Ahhh look how much fun we had yesterday! I absolutely can’t wait to photograph Sian & Jordan’s wedding at Beaulieu Tree Houses in July, it’s going to be incredible! Here are just a few from their engagement shoot at Micheldever Woods in the bluebells and rapeseed flowers.
Oh how I loved everything about Karen and Chris’ wedding at The Great Barn at Titchfield! Everything was beautiful and fun and fun and beautiful. Karen and Chris tied the knot at St Joseph’s Church in Southampton.
Before the ceremony the boys got to enjoy a cold pint or two at The Dancing Man pub, which is right by the sea front in Southampton. They certainly arrived in style too, the groomsmen took the roof of a land rover defender and all piled in for some cruising in the sunshine!
From the blush pink hues of the bridesmaids dresses, to the pink burts on the mens ties and in the floral arrangements there was a certain feeling of spring for the style of this wedding. At the reception this bright cheery feeling continues with the florals, decoration and stunning cake!
After the ceremony we headed to Titchfield Abbey where we took some absolutely lovely couple photos in the warm spring sunshine. We managed to spot a gorgeous blossom tree, which made a wonderful backdrop!
Then Karen and Chris held their reception and a wonderful party at The Great Barn, this is a barn in Hampshire I had never photographed at before but absolutely loved it. There was even has a stage at one end or the reception room, as it is also sometimes used as a theatre. In this instance it was an absolutely perfect place for the couple to enjoy their first dance! Especially when they were illuminated with the huge marquee style letters ‘K&C’!
What a brilliant day, congratulations lovelies! xx
If you’d like to speak to me about photographing your wedding at The Great Barn ay Titchfield, feel free to contact me here. A big thank you to Clare for second shooting for me, some of these photos are hers.