Royal Victoria Country Park | Hampshire Wedding

I used to love going to the Royal Victoria Country Park when I was little, so I was thrilled to hear that Jess and Ben had chosen the museum and chapel there to tie the knot! The building itself is gorgeous, and has so much history. It’s huge inside, with loads of light, so it makes for the ideal ceremony venue. The park is also stunning, with plenty of greenery and pretty little woodland areas, as well as having waterfront views – which is perfect for sunset and golden hour shots!

Jess chose a eye-catching emerald green for her bridesmaids dresses, from BM Bridal, and her bouquet from Gannaways Florist was absolutely stunning, with roses, peacock feathers and eucalyptus showcasing a burst of colour and texture. Jess herself looked beautiful, in a sleeveless gown from The Bridal Mill. Lauren Scriven did a fantastic job on her hair and make-up in the morning. Ben and the chaps went for a very suave grey tweed, adding a dash of sophistication to the look (they even managed to look pretty cool during their jump shots!)

We headed down to the beach as the sun was going down, and got some all-important golden hour portraits. It was such a pretty and memorable day, with such a lovely couple, I was honoured to capture it for them.