We recently spent a gorgeous evening at Durlston Country Park with Becky, Matt and their beautiful, attentive and excitable Spaniel, Holly.
Becky and Matt are getting married next month in and around Swanage. After a ceremony at Swanage Town Hall their the first couple ever to have their wedding party at The Old Malthouse in Langton Matravers. We’re very excited – there are so many exciting plans afoot.
Here are the photos from our little walk…
We met up with Marcia and James this week and travelled to Salisbury to check out the venue for their wedding in a few weeks.
They’re getting married at Trafalgar Park – a characterful house in Downton that was once used as a location for 28 Days Later. It would be a great place to host a wedding if any film buffs were up for a zombie-themed party, hey?
Marcia and James had a full engagement shoot last year in the New Forest. It was a little warmer this time as we had a little wander around the house and grounds. There were lots of little secret doors and painted murals. We think we’re going to have fun exploring all the spots on their wedding day.
Dom and Mikey are getting married in a couple of weeks at the pretty Green House Hotel in Bournemouth. Just a hop, skip and jump away from us.
We first met them both at Helen and Dan’s wedding a couple of years ago. In fact, Dom and Mikey kindly donated their own home for Helen’s bridal preps. So we’re already acquainted with them… and their cat!
We had to abandon our first attempt at a prep shoot a little while back due to bad weather. Boy! We’re we glad we waited. The beach was beautiful last night.
Here are some shots from our wander on the sand…
We met up with Amy and Johnny this weekend to spend some time getting to know them and their wedding venue better. They’re getting married next month at Lulworth Castle in Dorset and their day sounds like it’s going to be a blast.
Only having been in the grounds for Camp Bestival it was nice to finally get to see inside. We were thankful for the heaters inside the castle as we braved the sub-zero conditions outside.
After visiting the castle we popped down to Lulworth Cove for some photos. It was painfully cold. Nevertheless, we had good fun on a little walk along the beach. We decided against Lulworth ice cream, Ian narrowly missed getting concussed by a falling rock and we all vowed we’d come back when we could enjoy the turquoise, clear water without risking hypothermia.