New Forest Weddings
We are Carol & Paul, award winning New Forest wedding photographers based in North East Hampshire, within easy reach of the all of the Hampshire and Dorset venues. As lovers of nature, we really like driving down through the New Forest to shoot weddings. Such amazing unspoilt scenery and we love seeing the wild ponies in the road.
We shoot weddings in a totally natural and unobtrusive way. Capturing real emotions as they happen.
There are numerous beautiful wedding venues in the New Forest, including Rhinefield House Hotel, Chewton Glen, Beaulieu Abbey Domus, Careys Manor & the Montagu Arms. Follow the links below to see some of the weddings we’ve shot at these venues.
The New Forest is 219 square miles of National Park, which covers a large part of South West Hampshire and parts of South East Wiltshire. One of the most beautiful areas of the UK. It is one of the largest areas of unenclosed forest, heathland and pasture land in the South of the UK. It’s history dates back many years. Having been first recorded in 1086 in the Domesday Book, it was listed as Nova Foresta. In the 18th Century, plantations were created to produce timber for the many ships being built in Portsmouth at the time. The area is mostly owned by the Crown Estate and managed by the Forestry Commission.
Some of our favourite New Forest Photos
Wedding Photography in the New Forest
Hampshire Wedding Photographers Carol and Paul are available to shoot weddings all over Hampshire, Surrey and Sussex. Our relaxed style of wedding photography is great for couples that don’t like having their picture taken.
If you are on the search for a New Forest Wedding Photographer for your own special day, then why not get in touch. We’re happy to show you some full length weddings, to get a better idea of what you might receive from us. We are happy to meet on Zoom for a chat. Or alternatively, if you don’t have time to meet us, then please get in contact via email, we can easily show you some full wedding galleries online if that’s more convenient.