Wedding photograph by Martin Hemsley, wedding photographerWedding photograph by Martin Hemsley, wedding photographer
Wedding photograph by Martin Hemsley, wedding photographerWedding photograph by Martin Hemsley, wedding photographer
Wedding photograph by Martin Hemsley, wedding photographerWedding photograph by Martin Hemsley, wedding photographer
Wedding photograph by Martin Hemsley, wedding photographerWedding photograph by Martin Hemsley, wedding photographer
Wedding photograph by Martin Hemsley, wedding photographerWedding photograph by Martin Hemsley, wedding photographer

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Jenny & Jamie's Intimate Oxfordshire Wedding

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Tuesday
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19
September 2017

A few months ago I was second shooting for Darren at Jenny & Jamie's wedding over the Warwickshire border into Oxfordshire. We work really well together as a team, and this enables us to cover most angles during the wedding day. Jenny & Jamie's wedding service took place at the Parish Church of St. Denys in Stanford in the Vale, with the celebrations afterwards at Jenny's family farm. I met up with Jamie and his groomsmen when they were getting ready.

Then we were soon off to church to welcome the guests and wait for the arrival of Jenny and her bridesmaids.

When the group photos were taken after the confetti run, it was time for everyone to head to Jenny's family farm for the intimate and joyful celebrations.

Jenny & Jamie's first dance was performed at the start of the Ceilidh dancing.

As you can see the day was full of love and laughter, and I don't think I've seen a Bride and Groom smile so much on their wedding day.

I'm hopelessly behind on blogging other weddings from the summer, and I'll do my best to catch up with these soon. In the meantime, have a great week everybody, and I'll be back soon with more posts. Don't forget that you can follow me on Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest and Google+ by clicking on the tabs on this website. Martin.

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