Another outing to Hampshire for what was the last of my summer weddings (I believe autumn officially begins tomorrow), and this time I was in Romsey for April and Simon who had chosen me to be their wedding photographer on what was a very sunny Saturday. Although I hadn’t met the couple before the day, I’d been looking forward to this one as I could tell from the emails that went back and forth that April was going to be a great bride to work for, and I wasn’t wrong/ It all started at the United Reformed Church for the ceremony which is one of the nicest churches I’ve worked in this year due to the fantastic light that streams through the huge windows. Then following the serious stuff, there was a short walk down the street and over to King John’s House where the newlyweds and their parents formed a receiving line to greet everyone before champagne and canapés were served up in the gardens there.
After an hour or so in the sunshine, the guests all made their way around the corner to the hotel for more drinks and a hog roast. As the weather was so nice, the speeches were carried out in the courtyard and when they came to an end it was time for me to head back up the M3 and home to Surrey. This was a lovely, relaxed wedding. A minimal amount of formal shots were required which allowed the day to flow along nicely with minimal interruption, and that’s exactly what they were after. Images are below, I’ll put a few up on my Facebook page shortly but feel free to share and ‘Like’ these ones with your friends and leave a comment below.
Just a handful of weddings left for me this year before a much needed winter break starts in December. I’m back in Hampshire next week for my next wedding at Cain Manor, but in the meantime I’m going to enjoy my first weekend off for eight weeks!
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