If you are looking for something unique then a Bombay Sapphire wedding ticks all those boxes. From an industrial setting to serving GNT’s before, during and after the ceremony. My job on the day was to look after the boys which started out with drinks at Matthew’s parent’s home in Andover. We then traveled to Bombay Sapphire Distilleries and were greeted by sunshine weather and a stunning outdoor ceremony location. I can honestly say the vibe this venue will give you is special and worth the visit to find out more!
There has been a Mill on site in Laverstoke since 903 AD, but the first official records show Laverstoke Mill as a corn mill marked in the Domesday Book of 1086. In 2010 the Bombay Spirits company acquired Laverstoke Mill and started the transformation of a 300 year old paper mill with over 1000 years of history within a conservation area and a site of special scientific interest. Working with Heatherwick Studio, Bombay Sapphire sympathetically renovated Laverstoke Mill into a sustainable distillery that showcases the natural beauty and industrial heritage of the site and opened their doors in 2014.
Matthew and Hannah’s Bombay Sapphire Wedding was one of the first at this very unique Hampshire venue, so a big thank you David from Married to my Camera for asking me to be the second photographer on the day.