Nothing beats a good old outdoor ceremony so we were chuffed that the weather held out for Lindsay & Lee at Dunston Hall. As the girls spent a chilled out morning getting ready in The Penthouse, the boys enjoyed a round of golf to attempt to calm the nerves. Lindsay’s dad looked the picture of a proud Father as he accompanied her across the back terrace and down the aisle. An all-round awesome couple, family and day!
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You can’t get more Norfolk than a wedding at The Boat House overlooking the good old Norfolk Broads. When we first arrived in the morning the sky was looking a tad brooding. Little did we know it would reward us with a magical moment later in the day…
We love how The Boat House delivers even if the weather doesn’t and Ellen looked absolutely stunning as she walked down the aisle to meet Louis with the lush and tranquil Ormesby Broad as their backdrop. Later, as we whisked Ellen & Louis off for a quick sunset shoot (with the awesome Mr James Rouse) an awesome double rainbow appeared above them as they stood perched out on the jetty across the broad. Enchanting!
We love late-Summer rural set weddings they often present us with a good excuse to go wandering through fields of gold to get that perfect shot. All the details from the day were exquisite, from the stunning dress, the gorgeous table decorations to the jaw dropping wedding cakes (all 3 of them!). Emma & Rob were up for pretty much anything we asked of them as we explored the grounds as Bassmead well and truly delivered yet another legendary sunset!
Flashback to a gorgeous late summer’s day and an epic wedding at one of our favourtite Suffolk venues, Marsh Farm. It’s fair to say Gemma & Kieran were pretty humbled as they witnessed their loved ones assembled under one roof for their big day, with the Groom’s Welsh clan mingling seamlessly with Gemma’s Suffolk contingency. From the moment we arrived there were plenty of giggles and a few tears from the bridal suite whilst nearby Kieran and the lads enjoyed a chilled out morning playing pool. So many lovely moments in this teaser, including the bride literaly dancing down the aisle followed by the loudest “woo-hoo” ever recorded as the new Mr & Mrs Wilson were finally declared husband and wife!
Norfolk’s beautiful 12th Century Langley Abbey has been on our wish list of venues to film for a long time and we finally got the chance to shoot a wedding there earlier this year with the awesome Becky & Paul and their families. Lots of giggles were had with the bridesmaids at home in the morning, whilst Paul and his groomsmen enjoyed some chill out time at the rural Sunnyside Barn. As if there’s wasn’t already any doubt Becky & Paul were a perfect match, they suprised each other with similarly themed photo books of the journey their relationship had taken leading up to the big day. Cue the perfect combo of tears and laughter! Becky looked absolutely stunning as she arrived fashionably late and Paul looked completely floored as he caught his first glimpse of her walking down the aisle. The 900 year old Langley Abbey didn’t scrub up too badly either thanks to the awesome Sarah at Wedding Inspire. After an awesome first dance performance from Bill Downs, the party well and truly kicked off down in the crypt!
When we first met Mandy & Nigel, we just loved how they exuded such a warmth and respect for each other. This warmth was also extended to everyone involved in helping turn their wedding plans in to reality. So much thought and effort was put in to every detail on the day from the gorgeous displays courtesy of Tracy from Timeless Florals to the awesome team led by Daryn at The Cliff Hotel. Whilst Mandy was getting in her stunning dress, her Groom Nigel arrived in style on a vintage Lambretta (with an accompanying entourage of scooters) which we could hear coming a mile away. There’s a lovely whimsical moment right at the very end of this sneak peek which sums up this lovely couple perfectly.
Back at one of our favourite Norfolk wedding venues for the lovely wedding of Justine & Jason at Hales Hall.
So many things to love about this one…. stunning dress, gorgeous bride, an emotional groom, epic venue, an awesome bridal party (and family), top-notch photographer (James Rouse) and some cheeky late afternoon golden sunshine which we just had to take advantage of after a grey start to the day. Justine & Jase were determined to get as many great photos and video moments as possible so were more than happy to let us drag them off around the lush grounds of Hales Hall, although pretty much no direction was required on our part. These two simply knocked it out of the park!
We’re excited to finally be able to show you a sneak peek of a gorgeous wedding we shot earlier this year at the lovely Bassmead Manor Barns. When couples write their own vows it always adds something a little extra special to not only the ceremony but to the finished film. Add in a stunning bride, a Groom in full army ceremonial uniform, a Guard Of Honour, an awesome acoustic performance from the Bride’s brother and lots and lots of sunshine and you a have an all-round epic wedding day. As the sun began to set over Bassmead we caught Becky & Ben performing impromptu rehearsal for their First Dance in the final moments of the golden hour. Lush!
Another first for us on Hannah & Gavin’s wedding day saw the bride and groom getting ready in plain sight under the same roof! It wasn’t a break from tradition though as this was actually round two of the wedding, after a sun soaked celebration in Cyprus the previous week. So with the pressure off it was a chilled out morning of preperations (and laughs!) followed by a beautiful ceremony at Docking Church and then on to The Red Barn for a quintessentially English Vintage tea party, complete with some gorgeous table decorations and bunting to set the scene. What a brilliant day and lovely couple.
For Ellen & Peter’s North Norfolk wedding, the weather played a game of two distinct halfs – both of which added something a little magical to this Sneak Peek. You’d be forgiven for thinking we shot this on 2 different days, one of which looks like the bleak mid-winter (it was in fact June). You’d also be forgiven for thinking we ventured off to a Misty Moor somewhere in the North of England rather than the “sunny” North Norfolk seaside town of Sheringham. It all turned a bit ethereal as the mist swept across the rolling hills of Sheringham Park and we half expected King Arthur to come galloping through our shot! Then as the sun burned away the fog, Ellen, Peter and their families and friends enjoyed a glorious afternoon which ended with a spectacular magic hour. Unpredictable British weather at its absolute best!