Adriana and Liam were married at Highfield Church in Southampton on a wet Saturday in February. It was a lovely personal service, with prayers, readings and musical accompaniment from their friends and family during the service. After they were married everyone had tea and cake in the church before heading off to Romsey for the reception at Annie’s Tearooms in Kimbridge. The quaint restaurant and teashop was a cosy setting for drinks and dinner, decorated with pretty bunting and teapot table centres. After the funny and teary speeches, the tables were cleared aside and they celebrated into the evening with a Ceilidh. Here are some photos from their day…
Romsey Wedding Photographer- Amy Wass
Lucy & Matt’s beautiful flower filled summertime wedding was a photographic feast. They got married at St Mary’s Church in Bishopstoke and celebrated their reception in the grounds of Jermyn’s House at Hillier Gardens in Romsey. Lucy’s mum is a florist, and put so much love and attention into the pretty country theme, with stunning purple and yellow wildflowers, bunting and sweet apple place names. The church and the marquee looked so amazing. It was one of the few sunny days in May, and everyone drank champagne on the lawn of Jermyn’s House, which sits in the middle of the beautiful gardens at Hilliers. After the wedding breakfast we took a walk in the grounds and got some lovely portraits with Lucy and Matt who are just so sweet together. Congratulations Mr & Mrs Howell! Here are some photos from the day..
Jo & Graham’s full gallery is now online for friends and family. See more here
I met Jo and Graham through my friend Laura, and was so pleased when they booked me because they are such a lovely couple. I was even more pleased when we went to look around Mottisfont as it is so amazingly beautiful for photos I could have kept them all afternoon snapping away. The National Trust house, set in stunning grounds near Romsey was such a grand but also intimate setting, being open exclusively for their wedding on Friday.
I joined Jo and her family at her mum’s in the morning, while she slipped on that gorgeous soft pink wedding dress, then headed off to Mottisfont for the main event. The touching ceremony with a heart felt reading from Jo’s sister, was followed by drinks on the lawn and the wedding breakfast in the Old Dining Room. We managed to steal away before and after dinner for some bride and groom photos in the grounds, including the sweet scented rose gardens, and I’m so glad Jo & Graham indluged me with the time to really get the best from the location. In the evening everyone headed to the Mill Arms in Dunbridge for drinks and the disco.
Jo & Graham, many congratulations, you seem great together and may you have a long and happy marriage. Have a fantastic honeymoon in Aruba!
Here are some sneak previews from their wedding photos. The full gallery is now online for friends and family at this link and the password is Jo’s maiden name.
More to follow soon…
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