Saint Edwards Church and Mortons House Hotel Corfe Castle
As we moved from April into May we were hoping like everyone else that we had left the April showers behind, but the forecasts were still full of gloom and doom, May was going to be the coldest it had been for 100 years and that the rain would continue. it certainly looked that way as we headed off for the lovely Mortons House Hotel in Corfe Castle where Annabel and Simon were getting ready for their wedding at St Edwards Church and reception at Mortons House.
As the morning progressed the sky started to clear and the sun emerged providing a glorious day. Annabel and Simon had wanted their guests to join them in the castle grounds after the ceremony for champagne while they had their photos taken around the ruins and right up until the day this had looked doubtful. Everything was turning out to be quite amazing, the weather, the locations, stunning Bride in a gorgeous gown and a handsome Groom.
As the guests sipped their champagne we walked to the top of the ruins with the bridal party and gradually made our way down with the couple stopping off at a few different locations. As they rejoined their guests everyone made their way back to Mortons House for drinks and canapes and the last rays of sunshine before the wedding breakfast.
The evening entertainment The Drat Pack provided a lively first set after the Bride and Groom’s first dance which wowed everyone.
We wish Annabel and Simon all the very best for their future together and thank them for their kind hospitality.
We hope you enjoy this selection of wedding photographs from their day. All of the images from the day will be available to view online as soon as we have seen Annabel and Simon. If you would like to visit the client area on our website, click on Annabel and Simon’s album, enter the password provided you can leave your email address and we will notify you when the images are available to view
In the meantime please leave any comments or words of congratulations for the couple by clicking on ‘leave a comment’ after the last image.