Josh and Rosie met just over 10 years ago (around the time I first started wedding photography!), on their journey to Brockenhurst College. Making it only right for the wedding to take place where it all began. Careys Manor was their wedding recpetion venue as well as where they would both get ready for their big day.
Getting married in a church was something they both wanted, dedicating their weekends to travelling to Brockenhurst for the services. For them they really wanted their wedding to be a celebration of their love with all the people they had met on their journey in life together. Both Rosie and Josh decided on Brockenhurst as they met there and travel was easy to get to and a special place to get married.
They visited a few locations and felt most at ease and comfortable at Careys Manor. As they chose to have the wedding in October, they knew that they couldn't guarantee the weather, but the inside was lovely and had some wonderful features.
Rosie and Josh found me having followed me on my Facebook after seeing a friend who had her photos taken by me. Rosie loved my style and that none of the photos appeared posed or cheesy. Having spoken to a few photographers, Josh and Rosie said that my passion just blew them both away and had to have mebe a part of their special day. Thanks guys!
Venue: Careys Manor, Brockenhurst, Hampshire
Church: St James Church, Brockenhurst, Hampshire
Videography: Alex Haynes Films
Wedding Dress: Morilee by Madeline Gardner
Wedding Shoes: New Look
Band: Jaymarsh Music
Flowers: Owen Lavin
Makeup: Breah Evans
Hair: SLA Couture
Cake: Kerry Lewis Cakes