Gemma and Andrew were married at the National Trust estate Hinton Ampner near Alresford this summer. It’s a grand old house, with beautiful flower gardens and formal hedges and lawns overlooking the most stunning views. Gemma had a busy morning with her troupe of 6 bridesmaids and family bustling to get ready for the wedding. She arrived at Hinton Ampner in a grand Rolls Royce, wearing an elegant lace dress, her bridesmaids in red. The emotional ceremony was held in the main hall of the country house, with personalised vows and readings. Afterwards guests enjoyed the sunny afternoon on the lawn looking out over the Hampshire countryside. The wedding had a loose Victorian theme, and Gemma & Andrew added lots of vintage touches to the decoration of the marquee, with a black, white and burgundy colour scheme. We had talked about their theme when we met up first, and it was cool that they managed to build the picture frame wall that we planned. Guests were able to grab a Victorian paper mask or top hat and pose for photos in the empty frames. Gemma and Andrew wanted a formal but fun feel to the day, and I think managed to pull off the elegance and occasion befitting the location, while enjoying a relaxed and happy wedding. Here are some photos from their day…
This weekend I ran the Wedding Photobooth at Kelly & Patrick’s Tithe Barn wedding. It was an odd day for me, not being the wedding photographer, and seeing all the beautiful details of their pretty pink wedding I was quite jealous. Still, Photobooth’s are always a giggle and this was no exception. Here are a selection of photos from the afternoon. The full gallery is HERE, password is the bride’s maiden name.
You can also see the photos on facebook, so do stop by and tag yourself and your friends.
You are welcome to leave your comments and congratulations for the happy couple below…
Back in November my good friends Cat & Wayne got married. Since then they’ve set off on a 6 month honeymoon travelling around Asia. I’ve had the less exciting task of wading through the thousands of photos, both sensible and not so, that got taken on that fun and beautiful day. Over Christmas while they have an internet connection, I’ve set up some extended blog posts so they can relive the day. Happy Christmas Mr & Mrs Envis!
First up the Wedding Photobooth, which we set up during the evening reception at Trafalgar Park, Salisbury. Big up to Tarah Coonan who ran the photobooth that evening, and put up with us lot being silly.
Following on from Mark & Suzie’s gorgeous Brighton wedding photos, here are some highlights from the evening’s photobooth fun. It was a great giggle, thanks to everyone for joining in. The full gallery is online for friends and family here.
Wedding Photobooth £250
A photobooth is guaranteed to liven up your wedding reception and get your guests having fun for your photos. Expanding on the traditional photobooth idea we’ll set up a mini-studio on location and invite you and your guests to get creative in front of the camera. Silly hats, props and crazy poses- This is a fantastic way to get pictures of your friends and family in a relaxed and fun setting.
Photobooth open for around 3 hours- manned by a dedicated photographer
All photos on disc or a selection of favourites in a coffee table book
Online Gallery and print ordering facility for friends and family
Available for weddings across the South and London. Hampshire, Dorset, Wiltshire, West Sussex, Surrey, Berkshire and London.