New Forest and Hampshire Wedding Photographers

"Thank you so much! We love all our photographs! We have just watched the DVD for the tenth time! I just want to cry! It makes you remember the tiny bits you've forgotten and the precious moments you will never have again! Just amazing!" Rachael and Steven

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Monday, 21 June 2010

New Forest and Hampshire Wedding Photographers

We were lucky enough to photograph Emilie and Simon on their wedding day at The Mill at Gordleton, Sway in The New Forest.  What a fabulous day and a couple so full of romance we just couldn't stop taking photographs.

The ceremony was held outside and after the wedding ceremony we went off to the beach in Milford, bride, groom and close family.  It was just amazing!  And from the beach we went back to the pretty gardens in Gordleton and the couple had some lovely romantic shots there.  We usually have to ask couples to kiss, not on this occasion we had to ask them to stop so that we could a picture of both their faces. Bless them, very sweet!  Let romance live on!

Emilie is French and her sister read some lovely words by Victor Hugo called "Aimons toujours! Aimons encore!"
which I believe means 'Love Always, love still'  
Please someone tell me if I am wrong.  When I have found the English version I will share it with you.

The DVD slideshow has now been seen by the bride and groom and their family and they absolutely love it, watched it through a few tears I believe.  Here are a few pictures from the day!

Congratulations to Emilie and Simon, who have now moved to Simon's home in America.

Our wedding photography comes from the heart, we capture natural photographs as the moments happen. We rarely use flash photography, we love using existing light and we move around our subjects taking pictures telling the story of the day as it enfolds.  

We still have a few available dates for 2010.  Please  
E mail Jan for details.

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