Saturday, 21 January 2012

Wedding Photographer at The Langstone Hotel on Hayling Island near Portsmouth in Hampshire.

Lynda and Gary’s wedding ceremony and reception was at The Langstone Hotel, on Hayling Island, Hampshire. It’s a fantastic hotel for a wedding and right on my doorstep.
I started my day with some shots of Gary and his Best Man, Martin - then the bride and her brother and the bridesmaids.
Having photographed the ceremony and signing of the registers, we opted for some photos inside the hotel in view of the weather conditions. There is a great and light conservatory and other areas within the hotel, making for relaxed and creative photo opportunities, regardless of what the weather decides to throw your way at this venue (it was windy on Saturday).
The Langstone Hotel is a large hotel, in the beautiful coastal rural Hampshire countryside, surrounded by Chichester harbour and a busy marina in one direction. You can view the website of the hotel here: You can contact the wedding coordinator at the venue on 02392 776 776 or email via their website. On the day I was assisted by Franco who is always really helpful and supportive to me.
I can’t recommend this local Hotel enough and in fact attend their very popular wedding fairs in October and February each year & also advertise in their current Ceremonies brochure.
Also present at the wedding were a range of local suppliers, including Lawnswood Limousines, Cakeso’licious, Enchanted Flowers and also The Little Details Company who did a great job decorating the venue and tables at The Langstone Hotel.
The images were made available for viewing for Lynda and Gary and their families soon after the wedding. Attached is a small sample of photos from this great day.
I am doing some amazing deals at the moment. If you are looking for an affordable wedding photography service for a mid week, Winter, or Summer wedding – please do get in touch and see what I may be able to offer YOU.
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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