A TIMSBURY-based events business has worked with Broadlands to put together a wedding-styled photo shoot.

The photoshoot comes after the country estate launched as a wedding venue last October.

Event Perfection, on Stockbridge Road, have helped promote the new venue, with business owners Natalie and Steven Turner stepping in front of the camera to play the part of a bride and groom.

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Hampshire Chronicle: The photo shoot saw Natalie and Steven Turner step in front of the camera to help promote the venueThe photo shoot saw Natalie and Steven Turner step in front of the camera to help promote the venue (Image: Robinson Road Photography)

The photo shoot featured items from local suppliers, including a bridal dress and shoes from Allum and Sidaway, a suit from Hunter and Greys, and hair and makeup done by Rachael Smith Hairdressing and Demie Arnold respectively.

Natalie Turner said: “We had the honour of collaborating on a styled photoshoot at the awe-inspiring, grade I listed Broadlands Estate.

“Teaming up with numerous skilled wedding suppliers, we aimed to showcase the venue's grandeur from a wedding perspective. Our collective expertise helped us metamorphose the historic location into an enchanting wedding venue.

“Two decades into a blissful marriage with my life partner, Steve and I had the opportunity to once again step into the roles of bride and groom. This time, our day was made even more special by our children, Joey, who played his part as a page boy, and Lacey, our charming flower girl.”

As previously reported, the Broadlands Estate is offering three of its locations for wedding ceremonies for up to 50 guests.

Ceremony options include the Walled Garden, the newly-restored Orangery and Inigo Bridge, over the River Test.

Hampshire Chronicle: All of the items used in the photo shoot came from local businessesAll of the items used in the photo shoot came from local businesses (Image: Robinson Road Photography)

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The first ceremonies at the site are expected to take place from May to September this year.

Richard Jordan-Baker, director of the estate since 2008, said: “What makes this place special is that it hasn’t been used for weddings before. The unique selling point is that this is new to everybody. If people were to choose here, none of their guests would have been to a wedding here before.

“It’s beautiful, new, very private and there are a wealth of places nearby to have a reception, there are options for every budget from a pot of tea in Romsey to a party at Lime Wood.”

“We’ve had a gentle response from bride and grooms-to-be so far but we’re not looking to do a wedding every day, two a week is our goal.”