The Elvetham Hotel Wedding | Janina & Chris

It’s often said that a picture is worth a thousand words, so for once I’m going to say very little.  You won’t need me to tell you that Janina and Chris had a fab wedding because it’s written in every photograph, so I’ll let them tell their own story.

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As for the details of the day.  The Elvetham is a truly stunning venue near Hook in Hampshire.  We’ve been lucky enough to photograph several weddings here over the years, and it’s one of our top ten wedding venues.  It is, quite simply, perfect.  However many boxes you have that you want ticking, The Elvetham will tick them all.  Every bride deserves to look gorgeous on her wedding day and Janina was gorgeous with a cherry on top. Her dress came from Confetti and Lace  while her girls were a close second in the glam stakes in their dresses by Coast.   The flowers were by local florist Julie of Moutan Flowers . You can’t beat a white Rolls-Royce for a wedding and Janina’s came from Premier Carriage Cars.  The toast was mastered by everyone’s favourite toastmaster “uncle” Eric Gill, who seemed to enjoy the day much more than should be allowed.  I don’t know what he has in his lemonade, but make mine a double.