Ringwood Hall Wedding Photography

Tom & Hannah Scott | 16th April 2017

I awoke to an overcast day, light grey cloud everywhere, the threat of April living up to its reputation was very real. Knowing as I do this lovely venue I knew that whatever the weather¬†Ringwood Hall Wedding Photography is much easier than many venues, due to the many little gems of photography backdrops the Hall has. As I drove to the venue, my usual level of pre-wedding nerves building, the cloud broke and glimpses of sunshine dappled through. Whatever the weather decided today we would work with it, the fun and spirit of this wedding certainly wasn’t going to be dampened…

Matt and I found the girls in the large Ashover Suite in the hall, activity was at full pace with flower girls and four bridesmaids the suite was busy, flowers arriving, hairspray flying, nails painted and prosseco corks popping, the room really was in full swing. Matt and I danced and dodged the mayhem as we captured the morning unfolding, watching and sensing the nerves building as Hannah’s make over and hair were completed and the time for getting dressed arrived. Tom accompanied by bestman man Joe welcomed guests and family downstairs, the pre-wedding nerves and excitement were now palpable as the girls descended the Hall’s grand stairs.

A brief and well arranged service led quickly into a drinks reception outside of the newly opened Coachhouse room. The weather was now threatening so we decided quickly to capture the formal shots on the terrace, working quickly Matt and I corralled the guests and with the final group taken the rain began to fall. Alas, the weather had beaten us but the speeches and wedding breakfast awaited. A hearty and truly delicious meal was served followed by emotional and tearful speeches, into the cake and dance ceremony. With one eye on the breaking cloud and with a 10 minute window of sunshine, we stole the new Mr & Mrs Scott away for some quick couple portraits and a last chance to create some stunning Ringwood Hall Wedding Photography. With the day slowly creeping into night the dance floor beckoned and the party started.

We sincerely hope that the following images provide you with an exciting reminder of a lovely day. Our sincere thanks too to Lindon and his team for your hospitality and ‘anything goes’ approach :-)

The picture story…..


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