Nick & Karen privately said ‘I do’ at their Romsey registry office wedding before I met the newly weds afterwards to capture some blissful moments. Joined by their children, we had a leisurely stroll along the idyllic cobbles of the quay for their Lymington Micro Wedding Photography. It may not have been a Christmas that we are all used to having; but Nick and Karen, in her festive bridal wear, brought a touch a of festive magic to their Christmas Eve wedding and the end of my 2020 wedding season.
Despite the challenges facing couples choosing to wed in 2020, changing the year was never an option for this duo. As a couple they had their hearts set on being married in 2020. An intimate family affair at Romsey Registry Office followed by a meal at Lymington Yacht Haven meant a Christmas Eve wedding was perfect. This also made for an extra special Christmas present, being able to spend the day together as husband and wife, for the first time.
Micro Wedding Photography
As we all adjust to the new Coronavirus restrictions, I now offer bespoke micro wedding packages to cater to the individual needs of each couple on their special day. For Karen and Nick, I met them after their intimate ceremony at their New Forest home for some photos with their cute pooch that was dressed up in co-ordinating festive attire. The bride held a whimsical bouquet of greenery and seasonal ivory flower, with a splattering of pinecones, held together with ivory ribbon, which complemented the Christmas wreath behind. We went onto the quay and cobbled streets of Lymington, alongside their children, for couple and family shots. Although cold the sun glistened down the quaint streets adorned with an abundance of the twinkle of Christmas lights.
Festive Bridal Wear
From the streets of Manhattan to the cobbles of Lymington, Manolos reign supreme. In the weeks since we received the glorious news from Sarah Jessica Parker (which we have all been waiting for) that Sex in the City will be returning to our screens for a long awaited eight season. Karen dazzled, in her chosen something blue. A pair of Manolo Blahnik’s classic Hangisi heels in a vibrant cobalt blue with an embellished crystal buckle detail. Finished off an alternative bridal look with a nod to the festive season. The bride oozed elegance and radiated festive cheer; in a cosy cream Bardot neckline knit sweater, coupled with a ballerina length, full A-line crimson tulle skirt. The lovely Frances Moore HMUA finished off the look with beautiful, textured loose bun.
As the long nights of January continue, I hope you enjoy looking back through this album which captures the true magic of Christmas and the delights of a micro-wedding. If you’re thinking about scaling down your special day and fancy some more inspiration or looking into your own Lymington Micro Wedding Photography, check out another micro wedding here and if you like my style, please feel free to contact me to discuss your ideas.