Sam & Tom’s Wedding 3rd September 2011

Sam and Tom’s wedding ceremony and celebrations were held at The Coppleridge Inn in Motcombe, a little north of Shaftesbury, a peaceful location out in the countryside.

The ceremony was held in the restored 18th century barn with it’s original oak beams providing the perfect atmosphere for the intimate ceremony and was followed by a drinks reception on the lawn.

While the barn was prepared for the wedding breakfast we made the most of our time with the newly married couple and their attendants. Using a few different locations including the hay bales!

The wedding breakfast was drawn to a close with the cake cut and the speeches before the guests took coffee in the courtyard.

An adult bouncy castle had been provided for some entertainment before the evening celebrations started.  Sam and Tom had taken some dance lessons to provide an amazing choreographed first dance before the fantastic Sharp 9 provided contemporary jazz and pop to get everyone dancing, a very popular trio who certainly had our toes tapping.

We congratulate Sam and Tom and wish them a long and happy life together.

We hope you enjoy these few images from the day. All of the images will be available to view in the client area of our website using the password provided once we have seen Sam and Tom when they return from honeymoon. If you wish to leave any comments or words of congratulations for the couple please do so by clicking on ‘leave a comment’ after the last image.

About Dave Jackson Photography

Lifelong photographer based in Dorset, specialising in Landscape and Wildlife Photography
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