“It was the perfect, quintessential country wedding. They had a light colour scheme of sage green and blush pink (sage green is my favourite colour of all time and soooo so pretty for a wedding) and a humungous amount of lovely little DIY details, me and Ben had a field day taking all the detail shots! And of course every country wedding needs hay bales……”
“This summer has been a good one and all the better for spending regular chunks of it at Deans Court Wimborne. In August, I spent another very pleasant sunny summers day there as I was booked for some Deans Court wedding photography.”
“Yesterday I had the privilege of spending the day with Natalie and Alastair, their families and friends at their Deans Court Wimborne wedding.
The forecast over the previous couple of days had been really changeable. Even from hour to hour the BBC website kept offering us different predictions. As it happened, the day stayed dry but overcast, perfect for their outdoor ceremony on the lawns, next to the lake. The Swans and their Cygnet gliding across the water and Duck’s quacking!”
“Everyone then headed to their reception venue Deans Court, where they enjoyed the April sunshine, garden games and drinks in the country gardens. Once we had a few couple shots in the bag under the beautiful blossom trees, they then headed in for their wedding breakfast and speeches in the pretty marquee. Dressed with beautiful flowers that really gave the marquee a colour boost to their day.”
“The guests made the short walk through the formal gardens to the marquee. We should mention the unique setting. A huge marquee on the banks of a lake surrounded by tall grasses and huge trees make for gorgeous Deans Court wedding photographs. This timeless venue is therefore breath-taking. The guests promptly found their places to welcome the new Mrs and Mrs with rapturous applause.”
“What a beautifully perfect wedding and set in one of the best venues in Dorset. Hidden away, yet right in the centre of Wimborne, Aj and Beth held their wedding at Deans Court with the earlier ceremony at the Guildhall in Poole. Their wedding was filled with love and laughter from the start and it was a joy to be a part of.”
“Jo and Nick’s wedding took place in and around Wimborne with a church ceremony at St Stephen’s in Pamphill followed by a reception at Deans Court..
The afternoon reception took place at Deans Court. The weather report had been pretty rubbish but once again this venue was dowsed in glorious sunshine yet again for us throughout the entire day. This was great news as Jo and Nick had planned for a few of their speeches to take place on the lawn before sitting down for their wedding breakfast.”
“What a beautiful wedding! With absolutely gorgeous weather sandwiched between two days of torrential rain in one of the best venues in Dorset, Adam and Rachel had the most idyllic of weddings. A couple that are so truly in love with each other with an inseparable friendship so clearly to see made yesterday such a lovely wedding to shoot. Feeling more like a guest than a photographer, I really enjoyed being part of their day. And at a venue which is now possibly my 2015 favourite, Deans Court in Wimborne couldn’t have been more perfect for them. Congratulations Mr and Mrs Smith!”
“Most of the day took place at Deans Court, apart from a church ceremony at Wimborne Minster.
As well as a seamlessly flowing reception service at Deans Court from Jonathan and his team, Claire and her bridal party got ready at the Apple and Plum cottages on site. Meanwhile, Simon and his groomsmen had some morning refreshments at the Squash Court, conveniently a short stroll away from the Minster.”
“In the grounds of this stunning private home, a wedding marquee lies next to an ancient lake once fished by monks a thousand years ago. It retains its dreamy, rural atmosphere to provide the perfect setting for you and your guests to relax and enjoy the picturesque grounds.”