Friday, 13 January 2017

Jazz & Ammar Military Fareham Wedding - Solent Hotel & Spa



"Ammar & I loved our wedding photos and feel you truly captured our day perfectly and would recommend you to anyone who requires a photographer. You are such a friendly and bubbly person who fitted in great with our family and friends which made our day all the more special!"


Jazz & Ammar's day was awesome - and I knew it was going to be a good laugh as soon as Jazz and I started emailing each other to discuss her wedding day. Her humour cracks me up and I can see why they are one of those cool but goofy couples. :D They're just happy being themselves and doing their own thing which is great to see in young relationships. This is why their wedding was a fabulous affair.

Jazz and I first met at Solent Hotel and Spa in Whiteley where they were getting married over some sophisticated soup (it had a fancy French name which we had to Google to find out what we ordered for lunch). We had bonded over our other-halves being in the military and the strange lingo each military branch had compared to 'civvies'. I just knew her wedding was going to be a great laugh. Jazz is so full of energy and vibrancy, she certainly lights up the room when she walks in. She didn't fail to impress when it came to walking down the isle in her jaw-dropping Maggie Sottero dress.

Highlights from the day included Army guests conducting ceremonial, the bridal portraits of Jazz in the woods and the speeches where I believe every time the groom thanked someone the guys table drank another shot - there certainly was a lot of drunk laughter coming from that corner of the room! All in all, a smashing day for a wedding!


Thank you & many congratulations! x

Flowers: Lily Lupin
Hair & MUA: Emma Wilde (family friend)
Brides shoes: Kurt Geiger 
Wedding rings: Ernst Jones
Jewellery: Great great nan's pearl and gold watch. 
Bridesmaids dresses: John Lewis
Table decorations: Little Lillies







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