Saturday, 22 May 2010

Wedding photographer in Hampshire. The church of St Thomas in Bedhampton and The Brookfield Hotel in Emsworth

Today I was wedding photographer at a local wedding at the church of Saint Thomas in Bedhampton, near Havant. I was doing the wedding photography for Ruth and James.

I started off my day at the venue nice and early and arrived just before the church was even open!! It was a lovely day for a wedding, just a little bright and with harsh shadows for photography.

After some photos with the James and his Best Man - Ruth and her Dad arrived in a fantastic classic Rolls Royce Silver Shaddow driven by Steve of Craneswater Wedding Cars. I have worked with Steve and his second driver Ray on numerous occasions and he is always proactive, experienced and cooperative to work alongside. You can see the website of Craneswater via the link on my website, or else try here:

We were lucky to incredibly warm and sunny conditions throughout the day and in complete contrast to what we have had lately. Having photographed the ceremony and signing of the registers, the 15 girl guides who were friends of the bride did a 'guard of honour' salute as the couple exited the church. We then opted for some photos on a playing field adjacent to the church, the church grounds and at the car, before the couple headed off to their wedding reception at The Brookfield Hotel in Emsworth.
The Brookfield Hotel website is also in the links section of my website and I adverise in their wedding brochure too. You can find them here: I thoroughly enjoy working at the Brookfield Hotel and especially with their Wedding and Events Manager called Jamie Drew (01243 373 363) who coordinates all their weddings and other events.

After a few more photos and some time to mingle with their guests, the couple were announced into their reception meal and my job was complete for the day.

The images will be available for viewing for Ruth and James and their families very soon.
As always these images are © Martin Lewis Photographer and are protected under the Copyright, Designs and Patents Act 1988 and may not be used for any purpose without written permission from myself.

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