Susi & Nick’s Wedding 7th October 2011

The very first wedding at a new civil ceremony venue today.

Lulworth Courtyard is located within the castle grounds. a traditional 18th century courtyard with function rooms leading off it. Several areas within the courtyard are licensed for the ceremony and there are endless photographic opportunities.

Susi and Nick arrived at the venue with an array of plants and flowers to decorate the ceremony area. The guests were arriving and the sun started to shine.

The wedding was relaxed and personalised with several readings. The registrars were friendly and ensured that the ceremony was just as Susi and Nick wanted it. With the  formalities over and a prayer from Nick’s father after the registrars had left all that was left was to pop the champagne and let the celebrations begin! Susi and Nick especially asked for lots of informal photos of their guests and we were happy to oblige.

After the tradiotional throwing of confetti we disappeared with the couple for a few photos around the grounds. Susi and Nick were a joy to photograph and seemed to be enjoying this time in the autumn sunshine before rejoining their guests.

We hope you enjoy these few images from the day. All of the images will be available to view online in the client area of our website using the password provided in the next week or so. If you wish to leave any comments or words of congratulations for the couple please do so by clicking on ‘leave a comment’ after the last image.

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About Dave Jackson Photography

Bournemouth Photographer specialising in Weddings
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