Rosie and Tim came to me after a few people they knew put my name forward, I photographed a couple of their very close friends weddings (thank you for the recommendations guys) so it was lovely to see a few people there I already knew. This was my first time working at Rhinefield House Hotel and I was not disappointed, it was a real WOW venue! . It was a photographers dream both inside and out.
Rosie has the bluest eyes, she looked absolutely stunning with long flowing hair and a silk ballgown dress, the look was so very fairytail and with such a grand venue it worked perfectly.
If you are going to look like a princess and get married in a mansion in the New Forest there is really no other choice for the transport. I love horses and this carriage looked so much like the one from Cinderella, just magical.
Rosie and Tim's son walked Rosie up the aisle, as Rosie got to the front she put her hand on his shoulder to say thank you, this is one of my personal favourite photos as I think it captures the most special relationship between a mother and her son.
Rosie's family ecstatic to see them married.
Panoramic views across the New Forest as the horse and carriage makes its way from the church back to Rhinefield House Hotel for the reception, with the wild new forest ponies looking on either side.
The girls posing for bridesmaids photos in the most perfect grounds.
Laughing together on their wedding day
The Speeches always make for some fantastic shots of guests enjoying themselves.
The roulette tables provided something a little different in the evening for guest to enjoy.
A really good evening celebration, the dance floor was packed from the word go! Congratulations to Rosie and Tim.