Kingston Country Courtyard Wedding photographer

Kingston Country Courtyard

BH20 5LR

Shooting as a Kingston Country Courtyard Wedding Photographer has become a regular favourite in the calendar in recent years.

Kingston Country Courtyard is a family run courtyard with plenty of accommodation for you and your guests. It has views across to the ruins of Corfe Castle, and the further Purbeck region, it is an area of outstanding beauty.

Ceremonies can be held outside within the courtyard, or in their 18th century stone barn, the ceremony can hold up to 130 guests. If needed a marque can be set up in the courtyard to seat a larger number for the wedding breakfast.

Food is of the highest quality and sourced from the best local suppliers, Bobbie runs a tight ship and the staff are always happy.

Kingston Country Courtyard wedding photographers

Kingston Country Courtyard Photographer

I have become familiar with this wedding venue over the years photographing weddings and civil ceremonies from local churches such as Saint Edwards all within reach of the courtyard. Not only does Kingston Country Courtyard have the Cathedral of the Purbeck within reach it also has the amazing Corfe Castle and the village centre.

Such unique wedding vistas propel Libra Photographic forward as one of the Best wedding photographers in Dorset.

Planning a Kingston Country courtyard wedding?

Take a look at our portfolio of work and introduce yourself to our photography. We know you’ll love what you see.

Same Sex wedding – John and Martin

Attention to detail was the mark of this wedding at Kingston Country Courtyard. John and Martin took this venue to new heights. I hope you love these photographs as much as I do!

Kingston Country Courtyard wedding photography

365 days of weddings | day 61
Happy anniversary John and Martin who had their perfect same-sex wedding at Kingston Country Courtyard in Dorset. Stunning photography of this exquisite affair was easy when two people are as likeable as these two.

The wedding bagpipe entry

365 days of weddings | Day 40
There is only one country the bagpipes represent, Scotland! If you have Scottish roots having the bagpipes played at your wedding breakfast is the only way to start. Here the piper is obviously touched by the reaction of the bride and groom

Order of service

365 Days of Weddings | Day 39
Why does the order of service matter so much at your wedding? Well, it is the first thing your guests see and touch, will they leave it on the chair or take it home as a keepsake? Take a look at this photograph from Kingston Country Courtyard to see the effect detail has on overall appearance.