Hampshire Wedding Photographer
My wedding photography is a mixture of candid natural shots and creative couple portraits. I have a relaxed and clam approach (whilst also being very organised.) I always aim to get the best possible photos whilst not being too obtrusive! I love working with natural light so marquee weddings like this one at Pamber Place in Hampshire is ideal for me!
Phoebe and Jack’s summer marquee wedding was was an absolute joy photograph. From their classic styling to a lovely village church, vintage red bus and their festival themed marquee wedding reception.
Colourful and Relaxed Wedding Photographer
I spent the morning photographing Phoebe, her family and her bridesmaids as they got ready. The house was filled with laughter and chatter. The excitement really was building! After a few family photos in the garden I set off ahead of them to the church to meet up with Jack and the wedding guests.
Looking very dapper in his morning suit, Jack was greeting their friends and family as everyone arrived at the small sandstone church. The weather was beautiful, barely a cloud in sight and their guests were gathering in the churchyard to enjoy the sunshine.
Ceremony over it was time for Phoebe and Jack to make their way through the guard of honour and down an aisle made up of cheering guests as they were greeted with a cloud of confetti. Their huge grins said it all, they were absolutely made up to be husband and wife!
Vintage Red Bus Wedding Portraits
The happy couple organised a vintage red bus to transport their family and friends from the church over to Pamber Place – and they made sure there was plenty of fizz on hand for the journey! Before they set off I took the opportunity to shoot some relaxed couple portraits of the happy newlyweds!
Pamber Place Marquee Wedding Reception
Pamber Place is a gorgeous 17th century manor house set in nine acres of gardens and woodland. It’s the perfect spot for a marquee wedding reception
Jack and Phoebe had chosen a festival theme for their wedding. Small camping tipis were dotted around the grounds, as well as a shower shack and the large reception marquee. As their guests enjoyed drinks around the garden they were entertained by a fantastic band.
Marquee Wedding Decor
Gin played a big part in the marquee decorations. Each table was named after one of their favourite brands of gin and gin bottles filled with flowers formed the centrepieces. Polaroids were hung around the marquee to create a bunting effect. It was simple, yet classic and looked fantastic.
Pamber Place Summer Couples Shoot
Whilst the guests were enjoying the glorious weather Phoebe, Jack and I went off to explore the gardens. There was no shortage of fantastic spots to take photographs! I kept their portraits nice and relaxed. Throughout the summer it’s nice to be able to break up the portrait sessions into two spots. One before the meal and the second in the early evening to make the most of golden hour. It also gives couples a chance to take some time out together and spend a bit of time taking the day in.
Phoebe and Jack, I loved being part of your Pamber Place wedding. Thank you so much for having me along to capture your day.
If you’re planning a wedding your own marquee wedding then I’d love to hear from you. You can get in touch via my Contact Page.