Kirsten and Chris’s Wedding 5th November 2011

A short journey to the quaint village of Corfe Castle on a coldish and damp morning.

Kirsten’s family were staying in a cottage in the village where the bridal preparations were taking place. We arrived to find everything running smoothly and in an air of calm. The bride looked stunning and looked quite relaxed with a beaming smile.

A short journey around the corner took us to Mortons House Hotel. a lovely 16th Century Manor house, which always has a very warm welcome. The ceremony and reception were being held here and after a few arrival photographs with Chris, the best man and ushers, we awaited the arrival of the bride.

The guests took their places in the oak panelled drawing room ahead of the bride’s arrival. Kirsten still had that beautiful smile although a little nervous now and soon she was accompanied in to the ceremony by her parents’ who both had the honour of giving her away.

After the ceremony the guests were invited to join the couple in the courtyard for a photo of everyone before heading over to the garden area for a few family and group photos. At this point the sun was breaking through the clouds and bringing an unexpected blue sky with it, somewhat different to the forecast of blustery showers.

After a glass of champagne and a mingle with their guests Kirsten and Chris took a walk with us into the village centre for a few photos with Corfe Castle in the background.

We wish Kirsten and Chris all the very best for their future together.

We hope you enjoy these few images from the day. All of the photographs from the day will be available to view online as soon as Kirsten and Chris have seen them. If you visit the client area on our website, click on Kirsten and Chris’s album, enter the password provided you can leave your email address and we will notify you when the images are available to view. 

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About Dave Jackson Photography

Bournemouth Photographer specialising in Weddings
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