I was thrilled when I met Sophie and Richard and they asked me to be their Tylney Hall wedding photographer. It’s one of my favourite venues in Hampshire as there’s such varied scenery. This particular wedding, scheduled for March, turned out to be a little more than anyone could have planned for. It seems like a distant memory now, but at the time no one knew quite how much havoc the Beast From The East was going to wage on the UK. On the plus side, the weather front allowed us to once again enjoy the beauty that snow brings and as a Tylney Hall wedding photographer, I was super excited at the prospect and the thought of the wonderful photos that one so rarely gets to capture. At the same time I was also a little concerned for Sophie and Richard as many of their guests were unable to make the journey. Once the sun had risen over the snow covered hills and they started to show up, everyone seemed relieved that the weather appeared to have eased just enough.
The party seemed in full swing by the time I joined Sophie and her bridesmaids. As she got ready, the girls ensured the atmosphere stayed relaxed and Sophie’s champagne glass stayed full. After the ceremony it started to snow again, just in time for the family photos which was magical. The day progressed with rather hilarious speeches from the best man and a few messy slip ups on the snow before the evening drew to a close. Unfortunately I missed those as I was too busy capturing the mayhem on the dancefloor.
Are you getting married at Tylney Hall? As a Tylney Hall wedding photographer, I’d be delighted to hear from you. Please contact me if you’d like to have a chat or find out more about why it’s such a great choice of venue, rain or shine. You may also be interested in this blog post of another wedding at Tylney Hall.