This St Giles House wedding was 2nd to none, even though it was a cold and wet January wedding.
Amy looked absolutely stunning, as did Sonny as they got ready at the venue before leaving for Romsey Abbey. For those that haven't had the pleasure of visiting Romsey Abbey, this is one of the grandest places to get married around. It has one of the longest aisles I've ever seen and it feels fit for a celebrity wedding.
Once we returned back to St Giles house, there was a break in the clouds which allowed me to get the drone out for a few precious shots of this absolutely stunning landscape.
The drink started flowing, and everyone started getting into the wedding vibe with the halostringsuk played fantastically in the background. As everyone moved into the dining hall ready to cheer on the newlyweds as they were introduced into the room, Sam Bay took over the music, playing some romantic classics.
After the food, Sam moved his music into the main reception room and provided the perfect voice to compliment Amy and Sonny's first dance.
Shortly after the first dance and the cake cut, the sounds of AshOnSax lead all of the guest into a secret underground nightclub to seal off one of the best weddings I've had the pleasure of filming.
It was a total pleasure spending the day working alongside dlphotographyuk, an absolutely genius behind the camera.
What an amazing day! Can we do it again please?