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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Sarah & Tom Sneak Peek - Hampton Lucy and The Welcombe Hotel

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Friday
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18
November 2016

September saw the wedding of Sarah & Tom here in Warwickshire. They benefitted from some fantastic late summer sunshine, which enabled them to celebrate their wedding with their guests in perfect conditions. The wedding service took place in the Church of St.Peter and Vincular in Hampton Lucy, followed by the celebrations at the stunning Welcombe Hotel near Stratford-upon-Avon.

Being a 'Sneak Peek' blog post I won't waffle on for too long, other than to say it was an absolute pleasure to be their wedding photographer. They were wonderfully relaxed, which gave out a lovely ambience all the way through their wedding day. Here are just a few images.

More images will follow shortly. If you enjoyed this post you might like to see Sarah & Tom's 'Get To Know You Shoot' from earlier in the summer. It took place in the grounds of Charlecote Park, just around the corner from Hampton Lucy, click here for the link. Feel free to share away on social media by using the icons, or leave a comment below. If you are getting married next year and looking for your wedding photographer, then please be aware that dates are filling up. If you have any questions about wedding photography then please do make contact, you can find these details on this page. Martin.

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