The Elvetham, Hampshire wedding | Holly & Steven
The Elvetham is one of the most historic venues in Hampshire and the earliest record of it appears in the Doomsday book of 1068. It is later the home to the Seymore family and even played host to Henry VIII where he first met his future wife, Jane Seymore. Today it is regarded as one of Hampshire’s most unique venues and from the first time Holly & Steven attended a Christmas party there, they fell in love with it. From then on they knew it was where they wanted to marry.
As i arrived i was greeted by the iconic sounds of the bagpipes singing out from the balcony at the front of the hotel. The piper played all morning during preparations filling the hotel with the melodic sounds, and anyone would be forgiven for thinking we were in the highlands rather than rural Hampshire.
Stevens Scottish heritage played a huge part in the day with the men in traditional kilts and bagpipes playing as the background music to the day. The ceremony was held in the Oakroom, and the wedding breakfast in the Library.
The wedding was a beautiful and elegant day with the Elvethams house and grounds serving as an incredible backdrop. Thank you for letting me be a part it.
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