Amanda and Charles’ Renewal of Vows ceremony at St Nicholas Church, Moreton and reception at Moreton Gardens.
Amanda and Charles had chosen St Nicholas Church in the lovely Dorset village of Moreton for their renewal of vows ceremony.
Amanda and Charles arrived separately and as they saw each other broke into beaming smiles and after a few arrival shots they made their entrance together into the church which was full of their waiting guests.
The church is well-known for its connections with Laurence of Arabia. The church was rebuilt after being hit during the war and the stained glass windows were not replaced, instead engraved/etched glass windows created by Laurence Whistler were installed. The windows are famous and provide some lovely different lighting. A beautiful church but unfortunately the Reverend doesn’t allow any photography during ceremonies not even one from the back during a hymn, such a shame as the couple have no visual record of their ceremony.
After the ceremony everyone made their way over to Moreton Gardens for the afternoon celebrations. The weather was fantastic so everyone was able to enjoy drinks and canapés on the lawn and some ventured into the gardens which were looking quite beautiful.
With formal photos taken we had a quick trip around the gardens stopping off at a few spots with Amanda and Charles for a few portraits before returning them to their guests for the wedding breakfast.
We wish Amanda and Charles all the very best. We are busy preparing their images from the day so while we are doing this we hope you enjoy these few images.
The following link will take you to our client area. The images below are already there if you wish to view and purchase any of them. All of the photos from the day will be available to view there as well as soon as we have finished editing and Amanda and Charles have had first look. You will need the password provided in order to access the galleries.
In the meantime please leave any comments or words of congratulations for the couple by clicking on ‘leave a comment’ after the last image.