I met Nat and Terri via a recommendation from their wedding venue – Rhinefield House – and we clicked instantly. I could tell they were going to be so much fun to work with and the ideas they had were so unique! I knew their wedding was going to be so much fun to be a part of and I couldn’t have been more right.
Nat and Terri had a gorgeous Rhinefield House wedding in the New Forest. The theme for the day was ‘Doctor Who’ with an emphasis on literature and music – what an amazing mixture and it worked so beautifully!! They hand made a few of the details themselves including an amazing book arch as well as some of the centre pieces and the their origami bouquets. I really could not believe the amount of work these two girls personally put into their special day to make it so personal to them.
The morning started with two sets of Bridal preparations and they couldn’t have been more different. Nat’s was up in the gorgeous, and newly refurbished, Walker Suite and quite traditional with all of her bridesmaids around her. Terri’s was down in the Hurst Castle Suite and so chilled in comparison with the vast majority of the time having Harry Potter played on the big screen!! The ceremony was a very emotional occasion with a ‘Blind Date’ style entrance behind a screen and huge smiles as they were announced as newly weds. The fun didn’t stop throughout the drinks reception which made my job so easy and effortless. The speeches were filled with sentiment and laughter which all of the guests hung on every word and there was even time for a surprise video from a guest who was unable to attend which brought tears to the two special ladies.
The Photo Booth in the evening was a ‘ Doctor Who Tardis’ and there was even time for fireworks to finish off the celebrations in the evening. All around this wedding was awesome from start to finish and the two ladies were so easy to work with in achieving some amazing photographs from their wedding day.
Below you will find the photofilm of Nat and Terri’s Rhinefield House wedding which I produced for the couple shortly after their wedding in February.
I was very fortunate to have this wedding featured on a national wedding blog and if you would like to take a look at the Mrs PandP blog post please feel free to take a look here – http://www.mrspandp.com/real-wedding-features/an-incredible-music-and-literature-inspired-wedding-with-dr-who-aspects-at-rhinefield-house/
To see more of my Rhinefield House wedding photography please head over to Helen and Alexander’s Chinese Tea Ceremony at this venue, it’s stunning!!