Kate & Marc’s Wedding 14th June 2013

Kate and Marc’s wedding at St John’s Church Broadstone and a reception at The Orangery Wimborne.

The day started for us at Kate’s parents home. We arrived to find it all quite calm and quiet with Kate seeming to be quite relaxed.

Her dress and accessories were all laid out in one room allowing us to capture the details easily. Tracy from Brideshair arrived so we knew that Kate was going to look stunning and that her hair would last the day. Great styling from Tracy as usual.

The bouquets arrived from Concept Flowers and looked beautiful, such lovely colours and so elegant.

The bridesmaids started to arrive and with Kate’s hair and make-up complete it was time for her to get into her wedding dress from Sassy Brides. After a few bridal portraits and with everyone ready we were able to get some photos with her parents and bridesmaids before leaving to meet Marc at the church.

Marc arrived with his Best Man suited, booted and with buttonholes on we captured a few arrival shots and a few family shots. With last-minute checks on the rings and the ‘correct finger’ marker made (a hint for a nervous Bride and Groom) it was time for the Groom to take his place in the church.

Kate arrived on a ‘routemaster’ with her Bridesmaids and Parents which would later take everyone to the reception. No doubt a little nervous she made her way into the ceremony on the arm of her Dad to Marc who was eagerly waiting her arrival.

The ceremony complete, rings exchanged (and on the right finger!!) and registers signed the newly married couple made their way out into the afternoon sunshine. With family and group photos taken. confetti thrown and congratulatory hugs and kisses the couple joined their guests on the bus for a short ride to The Orangery.

The guests arrived to a drinks reception on the terrace and sat in the afternoon sunshine, some even played croquet, crazy golf, table tennis,  a giant tumble tower and giant connect four to name a few games provided around the grounds.  We went for a short walk around the gardens with Kate and Marc for some Bride and Groom portraits. Spoilt for choice on which areas to use! We returned them back to their guests for the wedding breakfast barbecue.

The barbecue provided by Roast around the Coast was really good, such nice people providing a great service and so accommodating.

After the speeches the guests returned to the gardens for some early evening sunshine before going on to another location for the evening celebrations where we set up our ‘Funtasia Fotobooth’ service for some fun shots after the first dance and the traditional cutting of the cake.

We would like to thank Kate and Marc and their families for their hospitality. We wish Kate and Marc all the very best for their future together. 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 directly to their online galleries within 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 seen Kate and Marc. You will need the password provided in order to access the galleries.

Kate and Marc’s Wedding 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.

If you are getting married and having your wedding in Poole, Bournemouth,  Dorchester, Weymouth, Swanage, Wareham, Christchurch or any other location in Dorset, (we are also happy to travel further afield) and need a wedding photographer please get in touch soon, we have a few dates remaining for this year and our diary for next year is filling up fast.

The Orangery Wimborne Wedding Photographer

About Dave Jackson Photography

Lifelong photographer based in Dorset, specialising in Landscape and Wildlife Photography
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