The reason I love doing what I do is because I get to travel around the country and spend time with fantastic people. This amazing wedding brought me to a little village in Norfolk called Great Walsingham. It was a quaint English village with a lovely local church. What made it extra special was that Fred, the groom had grown up here. St. Peter’s was the local church that his family still regularly attended and the vicar knew them all very well. As a Norfolk wedding photographer I think that it is the small special things like this that makes a wedding unique. This wasn’t the only thing that made this wedding extra special. The flowers for the confetti were hand dried specially by the mother of the groom and she was sure to let me know that getting a great confetti shot was very important to her. Also, the reception was held in a beautifully decorated marquee in the grooms parents garden which his two older sisters had also used as a reception venue for their weddings. This wedding was somewhat full of traditions and I enjoyed learning about and documenting them all.
The bride looked fantastic too in her ivory dress and blue Manolo Blahnik shoes as she sipped champagne and recalled the story of how the two met. Being in show business meant that many of Marie’s friends were going all out on the dancefloor, I saw a few backflips and lots of amazing moves. This wedding was filled with everything that great weddings are made of, a beautiful blushing bride, great food, family, friends and live music to set the party off.
The next day everyone met at the beach to mull over the previous days events whilst sipping cold beers and snacking on wedding cake in the sun. This was a fantastic day and I’d like to thank Fred and Marie for allowing me to be a part of it. I’d also like to thank Giles sutherland for being my second-shooter, you were a great help.
If you would like to have a chat about me being your Norfolk Wedding Photographer then please contact me to arrange a time and place. I look forward to hearing from you.