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Kingston Country Courtyard Wedding Photography : Paul & Kayleieh

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“What is it going to be used for?” I wondered to myself. “It looks impressive, really rather marvellous, but I wonder what it’s going to be used for. A big game of post wedding-breakfast darts? Go-kart racing?” I think I know where that one came from. Graphical interpolation. My mind’s interpretation. “What is it going to be used for?” I asked Paul when he arrived that morning, having told him how impressive I’d found it. And he told me what it was going to be used for. “That’s a good idea,” I said; “You’ll be needing a big wall to hang it from though.”

Deduct 2 from the number on the board and that gives you the year that Paul first made contact with me by email to discuss photography for his and Kayleieh’s wedding. In his own words, “I’m planning to make a honest woman of my awesome fiancée and would be blown away if you could photograph it!” I was blown away that I could photograph it, when I did. Add the 2 back on and notch your way slowly into the current year, January into February and that’s when I first met with Paul & Kayleieh in person – we took our time over all of this – at Kingston Country Courtyard, the venue they had chosen for their wedding day, nestled atop a hill on the Isle of Purbeck in Dorset. I recall commenting at the time that amongst the grounds and architecture of that place, with the right weather – it wasn’t the right weather that day – with the right weather (not that the weather was at all bad that day, but it was February after all), weather that would surely be with us come June, it was a place that might equally be in Provence as in Dorset. It really does have that certain something about it.

And June arrived, the weekend past arrived, Saturday approached and the weather, the weather forecast… a stormy day, rain aplenty. Well. As I drove west towards the hinterlands of Purbeck, as I drove west into rain, I steeled myself with the experiential knowledge that on a rainy wedding day, everyone enjoys themselves to the maximum anyway.

As the road brought me back eastwards into the Isle, I set aside thoughts as to how cruel it would be to have a blazing summer’s day of a Friday and the same predicted for the Sunday, but none of what one would really want for the one day that counted most. I focused my mind on images of fun, of smiles, of laughter, of celebration. Then just out of Corfe Castle I turned towards the hill upon which the village of Kingston sits, wound my way up the snaking road from foot to summit, and arriving at the top, found myself in a Provençal corner of Dorset.

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The weather will what the weather will so I couldn’t say with logical efficacy that people might get the weather that they deserve on any particular day, on a particular day, particularly, but logic deserves a rest from time to time and there’s intelligence aplenty in certain forms of emotion so when two people that are down to earth in spirit, show thoughtfulness and demonstrate kindness to those around them and work hard to manifest something that encapsulates and represents their shared and combined natures, well they deserve a bit of sunshine on their wedding day. Paul & Kayleieh got a lot of sunshine, wall to wall. It’s what they deserved, because they deserve a lot.

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Paul was getting ready for the day ahead with his best man and brother, his brother and best man, Ross; temporary lord of the rings. In fact, I viewed Ross as being a kind of best man plus contingent of ushers rolled into one as in practice he pretty much covered both of those roles throughout the day. And – and this is a very big and for me – we’re currently dotting the i’s and crossing the t’s on photographing his wedding come December of this year, particularly exciting as it will be the third time that I’ve gone on to photograph the wedding of a sibling and there’s always something additionally special about such experiences for me.

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From novice to master of the single windsor in half a dozen frames, or so :~)…

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I really liked the tip of the hat to country gent look. Six all-black three piece suits in, I’m thinking it’s time that I made a change myself :~)

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The next essential phase of preparation…

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Meanwhile, back at the Courtyard, all was utter peace and tranquility in the bridal boudoir…

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I do, far more often than not, for what particular reason – if any – I don’t know, find myself amidst very calm bridal entourages on wedding mornings. This one came with appropriately labelled bridesmaid :~)…

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Up at the barn I was delighted to come across the rustic natural beauty of Little Strode Flower Farm’s floral produce for a second time this year. They provided the flowers for the first wedding that I photographed in 2014, that of Cheryl & Matt, a wedding at which Paul & Kayleieh had been guests; the former couple would be guests at the latter’s wedding on this day, too :~) I loved what Kayleieh had chosen to do with the floral decor. I grew up on the edge of woodlands and fields interlaced with hedgerows and spent many a Spring and Summer’s day exploring these environments with friends. This eclectic mixture of blossoms quickened my senses back to those days, days that wove a great deal of the fabric of my present self.

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The time approached…

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13:57…

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And one minute more…

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Then two, further…

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The ceremony, completely in tune with the day as a whole, simple and perfectly touching.

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Tucked away out of view from the barn courtyard at Kingston Country Courtyard – there are two courtyards to the place, at the risk of causing mapping confusion – is a really rather lovely wooded garden, backed by a wall with views over the northern aspect of Purbeck. This garden had played a particular part in Paul & Kayleieh’s decision to make this the base for their wedding day.

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A bar for all ages…

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Cheers then! :~)…

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(And thanks once again for buying me a Diet Coke at the bar that evening, when I was ready to shift gears from water to something stronger! :~)

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I don’t recall seeing a single bored look on any of the little uns’ faces from beginning to end. Nor on the faces of the biguns come to think of it.

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Future dentist…

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A simple yet strong philosophy permeated Paul & Kayleieh’s wedding day. An act of marriage, good food; importantly, ice-cream! Then a good old party into the night, with plenty of time to just soak in the ambience and enjoy good company. Utterly relaxed and emotionally elevated in all the best ways, in equal measure.

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Paul is a rather talented designer. You can see more of his work here.

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Place names with guest favours combined, Kayleieh’s mum, Judy, brewed batches of Elderflower wine and cider for the wedding day…

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Buttercups for the win :~)…

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Remember the theory. Back-most table nearest the exit. I think the back-most table at the other end, nearest the bar, were also vying well for pole position. I’ll not elaborate on the theory here though, for fear of skewing the ongoing development of my statistically rooted hypothesis…

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Just yum…

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Just what it says on the bottle. And attached to the bottle :~) My thanks to Paul & Kayleieh for seating me as a guest and for the lovely feed of good food. It was really nice to be seated next to Cheryl & Matt too (my first wedding couple of 2014) and I’m looking forward to catching up with them again in December at George & Will’s wedding in London which is the weekend before I’ll undoubtedly see Paul & Kayleieh again at Ross & Alice’s wedding in Dorset. I’m really rather liking all the interconnectivity in what I do :~) But back to that cider. Very nicely done, Judy :~) I was very nicely done too, for a brief spell, before the clinking of glasses denoted the commencement of speeches and my photographic radar was spurred back into full operational mode. The bottle is now washed out and dried and added, complete with name tag, to my burgeoning collection of wedding day place-names and whatnot that recently caused the monitor hood of my image editing computer to fall off (because that was what I’d been displaying them atop of). That reminds me too that I’ll need to follow up on Cheryl & Matt’s suggestion of putting together a blog post featuring all of those bits and bobs. The more esoteric blogging theme discussions are also stored for mulling over :~)…

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And before those speeches, a brief aside on such things and the structure of wedding days in general. When I’d first met with Paul & Kayleieh at Kingston Country Courtyard back in February, we’d sat down and discussed their plans for the wedding day. The conversation led to something of an epiphany for me. As I set about building up a picture of the day and what it would involve, as I would normally do during such an exchange I asked if the speeches would be delivered before the meal, during the meal or after the meal. Oh, there would be no speeches as such, I was told, though Kayleieh’s dad would want to speak (and beautiful words he spoke too, come the time). I enquired as to the timing of the first dance. No first dance was planned, just everyone on the dance-floor all as one. Not a dint in my kilter was provoked by any of these revelations – I’ve always been of the view that the best way to approach the structuring of a wedding day is to strip absolutely everything away then just build back in those things that most reflect how you want that day to be, that most reflect you, as an individual, you as a couple – but it did bring to bear a realisation that when professional wedding suppliers discuss wedding day plans with couples, they might inadvertently and unintentionally be bringing combined pressure to bear on those couples to conform to some kind of structural norm. Anyway, it made me think a great deal, not an alien reaction for me I dare say :~)

So Garry delivered his beautifully worded speech…

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Then best man Ross… Ross had agreed to be Paul’s best man with the sole condition applied that he would not be required to deliver a speech. Natural conversational ease is one thing but standing up in front of a room full of people is a different matter altogether. So…

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At first I was afraid, I was petrified
To do a speech, that’s just not me, I’ll run away and hide
And I spent so many nights, thinking how it could go wrong
But I’ll be strong, I’ll put it all into a song

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So here it goes, right from the start
With matching shell suits and our undercuts
We were rarely caught apart
Mum should’ve changed our stupid look
She should’ve never let it be
Looking back on it right now, I’m thinking NSPCC

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And growing up, barely survived
Smashed your head riding the scooter
On the path next to the drive
But forget that window ledge
A broken arm, jumped through a hedge
But you survived, yeah you survived

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It took all the strength we had, not to fall apart
When Bubble Bobble crashed while loading 4 hours from the start
And we spent so many nights
Staring at a tiny screen, then we moved on
Streets of Rage had come along

Onto the stag, oh deary me…

And on that note, back to the pictures :~)

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Exceptional, it was :~)

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And Paul followed up with a speech too. Having attended Cheryl & Matt’s wedding earlier in the year, on hearing Matt’s speech it had struck him that it was something that he really did want to do himself. Paul is an eloquent conversationalist and that’s just what came out in his speech, and it was perfectly delivered and lovely to hear…

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I do particularly love this image sequence. I find it highly amusing considering the context. Ross & Alice’s daughter, Paul’s niece, served as Kayleieh’s flower girl. I’m tickled by the transition in facial expression from initial anticipation to… well, read it for yourself, as she observes Paul separating a ginormous slice from the cake before the realisation sets in that the resultant sugar rush from so large a serving might be a bit much and the portion size is modified to suit :~)…

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And of course there was ice-cream to follow! :~)…

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Reinforcements…

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And it’s about time for a bit of dancing…

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From time to time, clients of mine whose weddings I’ve yet to photograph ask me if I’ve come across any good wedding bands on my travels. The search stops here. Oomphf! I was massively impressed by their live performance. Really very much so…

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And not only do they perform to an exceptional standard; they also bring a really rather neat lighting rig with them, which brought me additional joy as a photographer whilst my ears and my feet took joy in their performance…

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No first dance? It’s going to happen when it happens, and when it happens, it does…

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Boom! :~) Paul & Kayleieh, that really was such an exceptional wedding day that you had yourselves; fantastic times with fantastic people along for the celebratory roller-coaster ride. Thank you so much for having me there. It really was the best experience I could have wished for and I’m certain that that was the case for every last person there.

Contact Kingston Country Courtyard Wedding Photographer Phillip Allen : phill@misterphill.com : 07870 696248

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