Combermere Abbey Wedding Photographer – 60 Photos

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Hot summer’s day at Combermere Abbey

Living in the UK, we have quite interchangeable weather. This was my second wedding in two days and the day before it had rained for most the day. How different it was for Nicola and Adam’s wedding, and my first time as a Combermere Abbey wedding photographer (Shropshire), as the sun shone hot all day long, and what a fun day it was. Here are just 60 photos from their day, out of the 500+ they got altogether.

Nicola and the girls, all dressed in flowery gowns, got ready at the cottage near the entrance to Combermere Abbey. The perfect way to start the day. Nicola wore the most elegant dress from Puure Bridal in Lymm. Adam wore a suit from Jack Bunneys in London. The ceremony took place in the Glass House on the grounds, such a beautiful location and made my job as a Combermere Abbey Wedding Photographer so much easier with surroundings that perfect. After the ceremony, and some crazy seed confetti, everyone headed over to the main lawn for drinks and lawn games. Sack races, bowls and croquet were the order of the day with everyone really joining in.

Natural wedding photography at Combermere Abbey

In the evening, after their first dance, we went for a walk down to the mere itself for some photos. The light was low as the sun was starting to set. My favourite photo being of them in the woods with the trees surrounding them and the light coming softly in from behind – you need to scroll down to see it. What an incredible day and a huge congratulations to Nicola and Adam again. This stunning venue is now in my top 10 venues of all time and I cannot wait to return to be a Combermere Abbey wedding photographer again very soon. Thank you to Herve Gillet for assisting on this.

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