Who knows Sarah and Adam??

    If the answer is no then you are seriously missing out.

    // These two are such a bundle of fun.

    They approached me in October of last year about photographing their special day on April 27th. I was pleasantly surprised when we first met, hearing them both with Mancunian accents, I knew they’d be a bundle of joy. And after following them over social media since our first meeting, you can really see they live life to the fullest.

    With the wedding package S+A choose, you get a pre-wedding shoot like this, which allows us to get to know each other and for you to get more comfortable in front of the camera.  As you’ll see below, these two were naturals. So easy to photograph.

    We met in Bean shot coffee in Sherborne to discuss the plans they had made concrete before we last spoke. After a delightful flat white we walked to the Sherborne Abbey. I have two wedding ceremonies there this year and am mega excited to get creative in there on the wedding day. The architecture and pure scale of the building is a sight to behold.

    After visiting the Abbey we drove to their reception venue, West Hall Barn in Longburton. This place is a blank canvas. Such a cute venue in a rural setting. Sarah and Adam have lots planned for their DIY wedding party. They have the week off leading up to their wedding and I can’t wait to see them transform the space.

    We then drove back to Sherborne and I managed to get a couple more shots of these two love birds as we wandered around for a bit.


    (Oh, I nearly forgot to say. You may be wondering why S + A are led on the church floor. That’s my fault. Just experimenting. There is a Wedding photographer called Amy French who I’m obsessed with that has a shot like this. I tried to emulate it but didn’t have the right lens with me of elevation in the church. I thought id include it anyway as it’s kinda cute.)

    Roll on April 27th xx

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