Tylney Hall Wedding Venue Photographs

Tylney Hall wedding venue is a breath-taking, romantic country house in Hampshire. The luxury grade II listed building is set in 66 acres of stunning parkland and boasts the longest uninterrupted view in Hampshire! Tylney Hall wedding venue was the fantastic choice for Steve and Barbora’s wedding day.

Tylney Hall wedding venue

I joined B (as she likes to be called) and her Slovakian and English family in a wonderful guest chalet at Tylney Hall wedding venue overlooking one of the Hall’s beautifully kept lakes. The girls were already in the full flow of wedding morning preparations. I don’t think I have ever seen someone look quite so beautiful in shades and hair in rollers!

Bride in rollers and sunglasses at Tylney Hall wedding morning

Tylney Hall Wedding Bridal Preparation Photographs

Hair and make up was styled by the extremely talented wedding make up artist Jo Cable in the bright sunlight beaming into the window. Readings were translated from Slovakian to English and the bridesmaids buzzed in and out of the building.

Calm bridal makeup at Tylney Hall wedding morningIn the centre of all of the morning’s activities and comings and goings B sat, a picture of calm amongst the storm, keeping a watchful eye on and calmly guiding the proceedings.

Bride in mirror at Tylney Hall wedding venueDespite language barriers it was obvious to see how much love there was between B, her family and friends and the unseasonably gorgeous weather added a glowing mid-summer feel to the morning.

B had chosen some simple but beautiful wedding flowers from Moutan florists which were delivered with some ‘nerve tonic’. It has to be the first time I have seen the girls and not the chaps drinking whiskey in the morning!

As the final touches were made to B’s make up by Jo Cable her bridesmaids donned their matching blue bridesmaid’s dresses, looking stunning. Bridesmaids in blue dresses style their hair on wedding morning yellow, green and white wedding flowers at Tylney HallNow if Zuzana Bachoríková (artist, designer and co-founder of the fashion brand ZURABA) just happens to be your mother of course you are going to have a mind-blowing couture wedding dress! Gold detail wedding dress made by mother of brideB descended the stairs in her dress and took all of our breath away, she was simply stunning. In-fact that was the exact moment that the tears of joy started to flow that day (they didn’t stop for a long time!) at Tylney Hall wedding venue.

Bridesmaids see bride in wedding dress for the first time Bride puts on veil with gold sequins

Tylney Hall Wedding Groom Preparation Photographs

Meanwhile, elsewhere at Tylney Hall wedding venue Murray joined Steve and the chaps. They were busying themselves tying ties, and adjusting their matching custom-made suits. Groom prepares for Tylney Hall wedding His and Hers gold wedding rings at Tylney HallA walk through the cherry blossoms brought them to the Tylney suite, where they promptly greeted their guests and attempted to calm their nerves. Groom and Father walk to Tylney Hall wedding ceremony

Tylney Hall Documentary Wedding Ceremony Photographs

For some time I could see the quiet tension rising in Steve as he stood waiting. This instantly was dispelled the moment he saw his beautiful bride walking down the aisle towards him

Best Man shakes Grooms hand at Tylney Hall wedding Groom waits for bride at Tylney Hall wedding ceremony Bride with long veil walks to Tylney Hall wedding ceremony Father walks bride down aisle at Tylney Hall wedding Mother of groom at Tylney Hall weddingWe then had a treat working for the first time with civil celebrant Jenny Knight. She had created and delivered such a wonderful ceremony that we have never seen so many people laughing and crying at the same time. I particularly loved that she included hugs for the couples’ mothers as part of ceremony.

Tylney Hall wedding ceremony Tylney Suite Readings and a musical speech from Steve’s father brought the proceedings to a close.

Tylney Hall Drinks Reception Photographs

The guests enjoyed a drinks reception on the sun terrace looking over Tylney Hall wedding venue’s immaculate Italian gardens and lakes.
Flower girl at Tylney Hall wedding Wedding guest portrait at Tylney Hall wedding Utilising the grand stone staircase and Tylney Hall wedding venue’s fabulous Master of Ceremonies we quickly organised the group photographs. B threw her bouquet, which is always hilarious when more than one guest catches it.

Tylney Hall wedding group photograph Bride with bouquet at Tylney Hall wedding

Tylney Hall Wedding Couple Photos

As the warming sun shone we stole Steve and B away for 5 minutes for some photographs of a quick walk through Tylney Hall wedding venue’s bluebell woods and along the lawns. Bride and groom photograph at Tylney Hall Wedding Bluebells at Tylney Hall wedding Bridal portrait at Tylney Hall wedding

Tylney Hall Wedding Breakfast

We re-joined the guests just in time for wedding breakfast in the Chestnut Suite to be called.

This gorgeous part of the hotel has its own private garden, reception area, toilets and a bar. Inside the character pours out of the main room and the table decorations and wedding flowers made the final touches to a perfect wedding venue.

Guests were greeted by an artist themed table plan and a ‘cats and ladders’ wedding cake stood pride of place next to the top table.

Wedding cake with cats and laddersSteve and B took five minutes out to relax before entering to a standing ovation and promptly cutting their cake. One of B’s bridesmaids conducted a heartfelt reading in both English and Slovakian and her brother’s speech tugged a few heart-strings.

Wedding speeches at Tylney Hall wedding venue Child guest at Tylney Hall wedding

Tylney Hall Wedding Speeches Photographs

The traditional speeches from the top tale were hilarious. Much to Steve’s despair Chris, (best man and brother) delivered a very cheeky best man’s speech, leaving the guests crying with laughter and gasping for air. Somehow he managed to include a Delia Smith reference with ‘his and hers’ football shirts, a slide show, a professional cleaning outfit (literally toilet humour) and a video that shall not be mentioned!

Bride and Groom's football topsWe quite easily covered the speeches from two different angles, incorporating the guest’s reactions without having to move about the room, yet another joy of working as a team of two wedding photographers.

Mother of the groom during wedding speeches Best Man's speech at Tylney Hall wedding Best man's speech a Tylney Hall weddingAfter the guests had recovered Chris waved the white flag and Steve took his deserved revenge with a particularly embarrassing picture of Chris as a baby.

Tylney Hall wedding speechesAn incredibly tasty wedding breakfast was served and the well fed guest then enjoyed drinks in the private gardens and bar as the staff efficiently turned room around.

Tylney Hall Wedding Evening Photographs

We love a wedding that includes a live band and Funky Buddha band were no exception. As Steve and B swirled about the dance floor for their First Dance I could see the guests itching to join. First dance at Tylney Hall wedding venue Tylney Hall wedding venue bride dancingThe floor filled for the rest of the night and after witnessing some particularly ‘special’ pulling of shapes we left with aching jaws, glowing hearts and memory cards full of beautiful Tylney Hall wedding venue photographs.Wedding dancing at Tylney Hall wedding venue Tylney Hall wedding veue at night


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