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Deans Court Weddings – Natasha & Darren Preview

By Linusm

Our first introduction to Deans Court Weddings was at the weekend to capture Natasha & Darren’s Wimborne Wedding Photography.

It was a beautiful ceremony and one that struck us as being some what different.  Natasha had closed her eyes often during the ceremony, as if contemplating the moment held at St Aldhelms Church in Branksome, Poole.

Deans Court Weddings

It was as if Natasha wanted to soak in every second and every word, to remember & hold it for the rest of her life!

Natasha had chosen to wear a family heirloom veil, that looked gorgeous, fitting very well with the style of the wedding.

A few shower bursts bought us another privilege, not experienced by many wedding couples.  We were granted access to the main house, which was an ideal opportunity to get to work on some lovely bridal portraits.

Deans Court with its stunning grounds, orchard and 17th century setting proved to be a perfect backdrop to their day.

Here’s a preview taster selection of images from their day.  I hope you enjoy and look forward to sharing more great work by our Associate Photographer, Oana.

If you are planning your own wedding and like my style of photography, please don’t hesitate to get in touch!
St Aldhelm's Branksome Wedding ceremony
St Aldhelm's Branksome Wedding ceremony
Deans Court Wedding Couple in Car

Deans Court Wedding Guests

Deans Court Weddings

Deans Court Weddings Bridal Portrait

Deans Court Weddings Bride & Flower Girl

…more of our Dorset Wedding Venues 23/06/2015By Linus Moran FacebookshareTwittertweetGoogle+share
Deans Court Weddings – Natasha & Darren Preview

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Hi I'm Linus, a Dorset Wedding Photographer offering Documentary Wedding Photography and portraiture throughout Southern England and the UK. I aim to capture your decisive moments unobtrusively as an observer, leaving you at ease to relax, have fun & enjoy your guests!

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