There’s something about today’s beautiful wedding which captures the essence of the English countryside so perfectly… it’s in beautiful Dorset, with a quaint church (St Marks, in Talbot Village) and a lovely reception with the prettiest details – paper fans on the wall in shades of gold, and adorable little commemorative pins for all the guests!
Camila is absolutely stunning; Victor looks gorgeous. The love these two share is captured perfectly in the images by our friends at Linus Moran Photography, who are based in Dorset, close enough to the Kings Arms Christchurch to be regular photographers there – and who come highly recommended for their beautiful documentary wedding photography as well as their professionalism and friendliness. If you’re getting married in Dorset, Somerset or Hampshire you can find out more here:
Contact & bookings: Linus Moran Photography, Dorset
There were some really lovely personal touches to this wedding, which made it all the more special: Victor and Camila both walked up the aisle by their mothers – a proud and wonderful moment to remember. They read their own vows – something I always find brings me to tears! A string quartet played as the ceremony began, it was all so beautiful and the church itself is a light and beautiful space.
The reception venue is so charming: The Kings Arms Christchurch is an award-winning boutique hotel with fabulous grounds and close to the river Avon, perfect for romantic photos by the river’s edge and in the beautiful ruins of Christchurch Castle, where Camila and Victor headed for some timeless portraits which I love best of all.
I hope you love this wedding as much as I do!
With thanks to Dorset wedding photographers Linus Moran Photography for the beautiful images.