Wedding photography from Oxfordshire | Jasmin & Mike's Friars Court | Kelmscott wedding

I have had the pleasure of meeting some amazing people and being involved in some fantastic weddings this year and Jasmin and Mike’s wedding certainly continued this trend! After the initial Skype meeting I was bowled over that they booked me to capture their wedding day in Oxfordshire.
We first met in person for their engagement shoot on the grounds of Ashton Court in Bristol, where we spent an hour or so taking a few relaxed photographs and then sat and had a chat over coffee and discussed the plans for their wedding day at the lovely Friars Court, Oxfordshire followed by a marquee reception at Kelmscott village hall. Come the wedding day and the day started with Jasmin and bridesmaids getting ready at the very lovely Home Farm in the Cotswold village of Little Barrington. Stunning location and a beautiful old farm house in the cotswolds. The ceremony took place at the stunning location of Friars Court and place I know well ad have the pleasure of photographing at on a number of occasions this year.

After the ceremony we conducted a few family group photos and made use of the stunning grounds for the bride and groom portraits before heading to the Oxfordshire village of Kelmscott for the reception and partying until the early hours.

It was an amazing day! I loved every minute and could have happily stayed longer had I not had another wedding the day after.

Another wedding where I had difficulty selecting a few favourite images as there are so many favourite moments to choose from. So below is a semi-random selection of images from Jasmin and Mike’s wedding in Oxfordshire!

Thank you, Dale. 



"I'm just looking through them now but couldn't wait to finish before telling you how amazing they are! You've captured the spirit so well :-)


If you are planning a wedding at Friars Court, or simply looking for a wedding photographer in Oxfordshire then please get in touch as I would love to talk over the details of your wedding day. Thank you, Dale.