Gemma & Jonathan got married on a very blustery day in the New Forest. Rhinefield House was finely decorated with a rich autumnal theme and Gemma brightened things up in a gorgeous red wedding dress. I thought I my unbroken ‘no rain’ record for 2009 would surely be over, but the wind proved to be more of a problem. Think Gemma lost her veil at least 3 times while we went out for a brief photo session. I hear the blown-to-bits look is in for winter 2009 brides :) Back indoors, it was a warm and relaxed wedding with some lovely people and memorable moments.
Here’s some sneak previews of their wedding photos. The full gallery is now online for friends and family and is passworded with the bride’s maiden name.
Gemma & Jon, many congratulations and I hope you have a wonderful life together!
I’m sure the photos of me running round like an idiot trying to catch the veil were funnier but sadly I was the only one with the camera
You are welcome to leave your comments and congratulations for the happy couple below.
Sarah & Dan’s wedding at Careys Manor is now online. See their page for the link to the full gallery for friends and family.
Carrie & Terry are having a Christmas wedding at Rhinefield House in the New Forest. We caught up in warmer weather to go through the plans for their day, and got a few photos in Rhinefield’s gardens. Looking forward to the wedding in December…
Kerrie & Rod held an intimate wedding in the grandiouse setting of Rhinefield House in the New Forest. I joined Kerrie and the girls as they got ready in the bridal suite, the bride and her bridesmaids in elegant black and ivory. Kerrie just about held it together as she walked down the aisle and they married in a sweet and simple civil ceremony. An autumnal breeze blew through the ornamental gardens but we managed to avoid the occasional downpours for some photographs in the beautiful grounds, before they sat down for the wedding breakfast. Best man of the year award goes to Rod’s son Matthew, who at 12 years old, delivered a funny and heartfelt speech and there were few dry eyes in the room.
Here are some sneak previews of their wedding photos. The full gallery is now online for friends and family here and is passworded with the brides maiden name.
Kerrie & Rod- Many congratulations and may you have a long and happy marriage!
More to come very soon….
Dan & Sarah got married at Careys Manor in the New Forest on Sunday. Planning a wedding on a bank holiday, one should almost expect bad weather, but the rain stayed away and although it wasn’t a bright sunny summers day they might have hoped for, it was still great for photos in the lovely gardens. Anyway clouds make better photos than direct sunlight :) Also meant we avoided the usual New Forest traffic jams as we raced across town from a morning of champagne and hair curlers at Sarah’s mums. The ceremony was sweet and simple and everyone sat down to some awesome looking food before getting on down to the disco.
Here are some sneak previews of their wedding photos. The full gallery is now online at www.amywass.photoreflect.com and is password protected for friends and family with the bride’s maiden name.
Sarah and Dan, Many congratulations on your wedding and my very best wishes for your future marriage!
You are welcome to leave your comments and congratulations for the happy couple below…
I love driving in the New Forest usually, but with the A35 closed after Lyndhurst and horrible rain it was such a relief to finally get to Rhinefield House on Thursday. Kerrie & Rod are getting married there this September and we met up to go through their final plans. I know this couple will be a pleasure to work with, they volunteered to stand out in the rain for some photos while I hid under the cover :) I think that earns them a beautiful sunny day for their wedding. Here’s a few from our session…