Limewood Hotel Wedding Photography

After being invited to be an Ambassador for the Nikon camera brand Nikon Marketing manager Jenny Grace approached me to be her chosen documentary wedding photographer giving me the responsibility to capture her special day and all those beautiful natural moments that occur on a wedding day.

No pressure here then as a Nikon Ambassador and a wedding with many of Nikon’s top executives I knew I had to be at the top of my game to photograph some beautiful candid moments as Jenny the bride wanted her wedding day photographed naturally with just a couple of relaxed family photographs.

The Limewood Hotel is the perfect wedding venue located in the heart of the New forest. The sort of place you go to feel totally pampered on your wedding day where the service is impeccable with personable politeness from the moment you walk into their reception and are shown up to the bridal suite to begin the day as a bride.

 

Classic, elegant and indulgent are the words I would use to describe this unique wedding venue that was originally a refined country house and mediaeval hunting lodge way back in the 13th century and was the manor for the Duke of Clarence in 1740. A recent extravagant makeover that gives the Limewood Hotel a stately pile and an air of perfection with magnificent interiors a beautiful spa and a restaurant to die for.

On your wedding day as the bride and groom you get all 32 bedrooms as an exclusive use along with a Hartnett Hodder & Co wedding breakfast.

An award winning documentary wedding photographer

Mark Seymour Photography has photographed here many times and knows both the Limewood hotel and its stunning grounds well so is able to offer its wedding couples the best documentary and reportage wedding photography available taking beautiful un staged photographs with his camera. Why not contact Mark for your Limewood Hotel wedding Photography for when you just want the best.

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