An Exquisite Clock Barn Hampshire Wedding for a Jenny Packham Bride

Nov 28, 2015 | barn weddings

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Where has the year gone? I mean, am I the only one wondering how on earth we got to November?! I’ve neglected you while I’ve been shooting (& indeed, editing!) away for the summer 2015 season. I’ve shot 31 beautiful weddings and I can’t quite believe that it’s almost time for me to start shooting my December weddings and wrap up for 2015. The good news is that all that shooting has given me a raft load of wedding pretty to share with you! So Wedding Wednesdays are going to be back! And I’m also starting up supplier Sundays, which will be a by monthly feature on some of my favourite suppliers around, so if you’re wedding planning, or just like to have a look at pretty things do stop by this space to get your fix.

And we’re starting with a goodie folks! Ella and Cole had a beautiful and fun filled day at Clock Barn, near Whitchurch in Hampshire, where I’m lucky enough to be one of the recommended photographers. Ella was the most stunning bride and I just loved her style. She wore one of my favourite dresses of the year, a unique and beautiful Jenny Packham number from one of my favourite bridal boutiques Exquisite. If you’re still on the hunt for your dream dress I’d highly recommend popping by the boutique in Winchester. Ella topped off the Packham with some metallic Rachel Simpson shoes and a classic red manicure.  I never tire of shooting at Clock Barn which is surrounded by countryside so that constantly gives me a myriad of options for beautiful locations for photographs. On Ella & Cole’s day I absolutely loved making the most of the season and wading into the rape seed fields with them after their dinner, the resulting images capture just how relaxed & fun these two are, and how much of a laugh we had. The whole day was just a delight to shoot, thanks for having me guys!

Jenny Packham dress, Rachel Simpson Shoes, Clock Barn wedding, Whitchurch

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