Horsebridge Station Romsey and a Victorian/Steampunk Inspired Shoot

It is with great excitement that I bring to you today, a selection of images as a taster from the Hampshire wedding supplier collaborative shoot that took place at Horsebridge Station, Romsey.  This wonderful intimate and exclusive wedding venue only takes a dozen wedding bookings a year and is only occasionally open to the public for a select number of dates during the summer when it is transformed into a quaint Victorian tea Room.  The Hampshire Wedding Supplier Group was delighted to be offered this space for a Victorian/Steam-punk inspired wedding station shoot and all the suppliers and organisers all worked so hard on producing bespoke and individual items for the shoot.  Please see the list of all those involved at the end of this post.

I also had the great opportunity to meet Brian and Wendy from BCDigiphotos who are the most wonderful supportive photographers.  Knowing that they had the digital shots in the bag, allowed me to shoot a lot of film on the day.  The images below are just a selection of my film images. For more, visit my proofing site here (Steampunk Inspired Shoot) , and also keep an eye out on a couple of high profile national wedding blogs this summer as the rest of the shoot is going to be featured there.  (not so subtle hint – they are Bespoke Bride and Wedding Sparrow!)

As always, film developed and scanned by the lovely UK Film Lab.

Horsebridge station romsey as wedding venue view of sgnal box at horsebridge station on film wedding couple sitting for afternoon tea Winchester Film wedding Photographer-4 bride and groom at Horsebrdige station with afternoon tea close up of victorian neck collar film photography

alternative steam punk cake on railway

alternative bride steam punk costumes

alternative steam punk bride on railway

victorian travel meets steam punk at Horsebrdige station wedding venue alternative wedding bouquet film photography bride and groom beside train film photography

alternative wedding outfit caught on film

red hair and pink frock alternative wedding outfit steam punk styled bespoke glasses decadent gold leaf macaron for wedding tea victorian teapot on film

alternative black lace wedding outfit

black and white film photo of tea cup held by alternative bride

Hampshire Wedding Suppliers involved are –

Organisation and coordination – Eliza of Hampshire Wedding Supplier & Sian of Amethyst Weddings.

Men’s trousers, decorations and finishing touches – Eliza of Quaint and Quirky event hire

Photography – Brian & Wendy of BCDigiPhot & Jenny of Jenny Owens Photography

Hair & Make up – Annette of Elegance Bridal Coiffure

Rosa Couture dress – Ann of Taloola in Woolston

Pink corset and skirt, Plum corset – Paula of Queen of Hearts plus model – Natasha

Ivory dress and plum waistcoat – Pauline of Pauline Forster Bridal Design plus hat from Marvellous Millinery

Button Bouquet and buttonhole – Lesa of I heart button bouquets

Headpieces & hats – Jane of Studio-Textiles

Headpiece, tiara & necklace – Amanda of Bijou Junkie

Invitations – Barbara of Blue Blossom Wishes

Car – David of Portsmouth Wedding Taxis

Cake – Hanli of Cakes O’licious

Vintage crockery – Clare of Indulge in Vintage

Flowers – Annie of Blossom & Bird

Blazer – Marsha Swanzy of Velvet Rose.

Models -Katarina, Ella, Peter and Natasha.

Accessories – Lu at Lulalupin

Lace up boots, top hat, bow tie, cufflinks, dress shirt and braces – Sian

Cookies/ biscuits – Michele Bakes Cakes

Macarons – Allison of Queen Bees

Paper Pom poms – Kim of Bedazzled Pompoms

Champagne glasses & glass air balloon decoration – Tab at Me Time Glass

Floral Bouquet with copper wire – Wild and Green Florist West Sussex

If you’d like to see another collaborative shoot I was involved in and where I exclusively shot film, take a look at this Pretty in pink New Forest Bridal shoot.  And of course, if you’d like to have a chat about your own wedding photography in Hampshire or surrounding areas, please contact me here!

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  • Allison of Queen Bees

    You make my macarons look so beautiful!! They look amazing in the teacup, the detail on the gold leaf WOW. And then the final image of your blog being black and white and the shine of the macaron still is there.
    Lovely as always Jenny, thank you, thank you x

    Allison of Queen Bees – http://www.qbtreats.co.ukReplyCancel

  • Jody Savage

    The colors are so lovely in this shoot, excellent job capturing all the lovlieness!ReplyCancel

  • Kel Ward

    Oh my gosh, I can’t get enough of these!! So unique and gorgeous!ReplyCancel

  • Amanda Schwinghammer

    Wow, what an amazing and inspiring shoot! I can’t wait to see where this gets published! Awesome job to all the vendors!ReplyCancel

  • Jen O.

    I love the greens and pinks. Great captures!ReplyCancel

  • Sarah

    This is IMMENSE! How much time, effort and love has gone into this shoot!!! The fact that it is all shot on film gives it that extra dimension and I just love it….I WANT THAT CAKE IN MY FACE NOW.ReplyCancel

  • wendy

    amazing colors!! wow.ReplyCancel

  • Fiona Campbell

    What a fabulous shoot.ReplyCancel

  • Sian @ Amethyst Weddings

    Beautiful photos Jenny, a shoot that I am very proud to have helped with. What a great team.ReplyCancel

  • Clare from Indulge in Vintage

    Beautiful images and you show off my crockery and props amazingly. To be honest everything looks awesome. I love your film work xxReplyCancel

  • Thank your for your beautiful photos you took of my cake and cupcakes. You made it look even more special xReplyCancel

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