Bride and groom kiss on the green outside Romsey Abbey

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Why choose Romsey Abbey for your church wedding

As the Romsey Abbey wedding photographer who knows the building perhaps better than any other – I’m also a long-standing member of Romsey Abbey Choir – I’m pleased to say that you’ve made an inspired choice for your church wedding. As you walk up the aisle, the vista of the lofty nave and the stained glass at the east end will take your breath away. Whatever the time of year, its grandeur means I can create especially unforgettable images for you, both inside and out, on your wedding day.


How your Romsey Abbey wedding unfolds in photos

Your wedding day starts with having your hair and make-up done, either at home or in a local hotel. Options in or near Romsey include the White Horse Hotel, The Cromwell Arms and the Potter’s Heron, Ampfield. I’ll join you there, taking candid shots discretely while your stylists enhance your natural beauty. This is when I also take detail shots of your shoes, jewellery, dress and wedding stationery. My second photographer, whom I recommend for Romsey Abbey weddings, can capture preparations wherever your partner and his groomsmen are getting ready, too, focusing on details and candid photos for the rest of the day.

Unlike a hotel or barn wedding, getting married in beautiful Romsey Abbey gives you the opportunity to enjoy a ride in a vintage limousine, through the streets of Romsey right up to its North Porch. I’ll be there to photograph the arrival of your arrival, your bridal party waiting excitedly at the door and then that unforgettable walk up the nave to the swelling chords of the great organ.

A bride greets her bridegroom at their wedding in Romsey Abbey

After you’ve greeted your groom at the head of the nave, your marriage service begins. Hymns and readings intersperse your vows, exchange of rings and first kiss. If you book the Abbey Choir, they will sing an anthem while you sign the register.

Your time in Romsey Abbey concludes with prayers and a blessing at the high altar before you both walk down the nave to a joyful organ voluntary amid the smiles of all your family and friends.

I move reverently and discreetly around the Abbey during the service to phtograph all the key moments from the best positions in the building

Outside the Abbey, I’ll capture family photos of you and all your wedding party, taking full advantage of the pretty Abbey gardens, before we all depart for your reception venue. Popular choices for local couples include Kimbridge Barn and the White Horse. Bigger budgets bring reception venues like Lainston House, near Winchester, or Chewton Glen, in the New Forest, into play.

Coverage by me continues at your reception venue with photographs of your arrival and welcome drinks, followed by formal family portraits.

After your wedding breakfast, I return to photograph the smiles, tears and laughter evoked by your speeches. Then I’ll whisk the two of you away for a few minutes to capture romantic couples shots of just the two of you that you’ll treasure.

After you’ve cut your cake, it’s time for your first dance. Which song means most to you, and are you perhaps even going to learn a dance routine for the occasion? I click away through these set-pieces to ensure I capture all the meaningful moments, and continue as you and your guests enjoy yourself beneath the disco lights. At a suitable moment, I say my goodbyes to you, leaving you to enjoy the last few hours of your wonderful day and the intimacy of the bridal suite.

Within a month, you’ll receive a beautiful gallery of photographs from me that will bring golden memories of a beautiful day flooding back for years to come of your wedding day.

Why choose me

With a portfolio of beautiful images, features in blogs and magazines and five years of wedding photography experience, my abiity to take photographs you'll love is a given. Glowing reviews from past clients often mention how easy I am to get on with and full-day coverage starts from £1495.

My business is built on three guiding principles that, I hope, resonate with you. 

You're the hero

Your wedding is all about you, your family and friends, not me. I'm here to guide you as you make your plans, and serve you on the day by capturing all the memorable moments in beautiful photographs with creativity and discretion.

Keep it simple

Organising your wedding is probably going to be stressful at times, so I make everything to do with photography as simple for you as I can. You can pay online and and if you have a question at any point, you're always welcome to contact me.

This matters

In a small way, I hope my photos of your wedding help to cement your marriage. By looking back at them in the current years, they'll bring the memories flooding back, and help you to remember your special day, all the people who supported you and what first drew you both together. That's why I take my responsibilities as seriously as you have a right to expect.

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