Kingston Country Courtyard Wedding Photography


Kingston County Courtyard Wedding Photography

Sarah and Gareth’s Kingston Country Courtyard wedding was packed full of fun and laughter, from the joking in the morning, the giggles at the church through to the dancing in the evening, this was a wedding full of smiles.

Kingston Country Courtyard is a quaint farmstead style wedding venue in Dorset, overlooking Corfe Castle ruins and the Dorset Coastal path. Built from Purbeck stone this farmhouse and barn offers a relaxed and carefree wedding, perfect for Sarah and Gareth’s documentary style wedding.

You are a f****** legend!! We’ve both just had a look at the slideshow, excellent stuff – we love how you’ve managed to capture all the biggest smiles!


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Kingston County Courtyard Wedding Photography:

I first met Sarah and Gareth on their pre-wedding photo shoot and quickly realised they were a care-free, fun and happy couple, and that their wedding would reflect their personalities.  We spent some time getting to know each other on Wimbledon Common for the shoot and then again during their wedding consultations where we note down the details of the day and make sure that we have a solid day plan to capture the day perfectly.

Sarah and Gareth wanted a documentary style to their wedding photography, starting with both the getting ready shots, right the way through to the boogying in the evening. The ceremony was held in the nearby church, offering a striking place to capture a few formal portraits before heading five minutes down the road to the Kingston County Courtyard.

The reception and wedding breakfast were held in the farmyard style venue, with guests spilling out into the gardens during the reception. People were led to the wedding breakfast by Sarah, not with the traditional receiving line, but in her own style – a conga line.  Once in their seats caterers brought out ready to carve roasted beef with all the trimmings, each table getting their own beef to carve with the bravest guests taking the knife and playing chef.

The evening kicked off with a DJ and two confetti cannons for the first dance, with guests flooding to the dance floor for the rest of the evening. This was a wedding full of happiness and smiles.

Special thanks to Adam Johnson – you’re awesome… 🙂



    • Damion Mower

      Thanks Adam, and thank you for shooting alongside me.

  1. Kerry Morgan

    Lovely set of images. I bet they were thrilled.

  2. Lee

    Great job Damion. Some cracking shots in there and very well documented.

  3. Becky

    Lovely collection Damion, particularly love the group shots with the arches – something a bit different!

  4. Maria Assia

    Fab wedding and I love your edit on this one.


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