New Forest Wedding Photographer: Rhinefield House Hotel | Amy & Tom

New Forest Wedding | Amy & Tom

A New Forest summer wedding that was a dream come true to photograph.

Amy & Tom were married amongst the New Forest trees at Rhinefield House Hotel. Having bought their first home together in the area, they wanted to marry in a particular place they could return to in the future with loved ones. The wedding venue, Rhinefield House Hotel, is set amongst the breathtaking British countryside, nestled in the New Forest amongst the wild horses – yes! On my taxi ride to the venue, the horses (or ponies, as the locals say) had stopped the traffic, and we had to wait for them to pass!

I am so thankful to have been the one to document their memorable day, and I hope you enjoy some of the photographs below. At the end of the blog, you can see my favourite black and white pictures from the day in a unique slideshow.

Considering getting married at Rhinefield House Hotel? Having an intimate wedding surrounded by the New Forest? Check out more wedding photography or contact me; I’d love to celebrate your love with you.

A wedding day isn’t complete without a fantastic team of vendors:

Flowers / Jenna Lomax’ The Summerhouse’

Venue / Rhinefield House Hotel

VW wedding campervan / Christchurch Wedding Cars

Band / Indigo Heights

“How should I create a perfect photography timeline for my wedding day?”

It is essential to start planning your wedding photography timeline earlier than later. This can be a challenging and daunting task if you haven’t got experience with wedding photography, which most people don’t!

The quiet in-between moments at weddings are always my favourite. Watching someone get nervous and excited simultaneously, feeling the mood change in the room just before the ceremony, feeling the happiness and watching people respond to beautiful speeches about love. All the different types of weather, the children are giggling with excitement at the thought of throwing confetti.

To start with you will need to understand the wedding photography style you like. Search through Pinterest, Google, Instagram, cut images from magazines, make collages and mood boards. Doing this from the start of your wedding planning journey will help in the long run. As a start to your planning, you can begin to allocate time frames for each wedding activity. The following blog will help you do just that! Be very realistic when allocating time. You need to make sure that you are not rushing the natural flow and process of photography.

Planning your wedding photography timeline allows candid moments to sneak through and all that infectious laughter from the speeches! Allow as much extra time as you can. You can never have too much time for photography, especially on such an important day as your wedding day! As a professional Wedding Photographer based in Spain, I recommend you consider the following things while making your photography timeline.

Oct 4, 2021

Hannah Hutchins

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