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.
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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!
It’s early in the season for us but it’s going to be hard to top some of the details from Kayleigh & Joe’s awesome wedding in the pretty North Norfolk village of Thornham. The village hall was totally transformed by an array of colourful chinese lanterns and exquisite hand made stationery, topped off with an epic wedding cake carved with the couples initials. They also had the Best Dressed Page Boy Ever™ in the form of Darth “Austin” Vader who led the march down the aisle with accompanying theme music played seamlessly on the harp by bridesmaid Heather. Not forgetting the very cool getaway car – a gorgeous baby blue 1957 model Chevy Bel Air. Now top that folks!
It was a case of “four seasons in a day” for this beautiful wedding at the Bride’s family home in North Norfolk. Whilst the weather kept us on our toes, it didn’t stop Sarah & Thierry from making the most of their stunning surroundings. It was delightful to see Thierry’s French clan enjoying the uniquely British wedding customs and bringing some of their own along for good measure – including an impromptu and rousing rendition of La Vie En Rose! As the sun went down the temperature plummeted, but Sarah & Thierry bravely ventured out and enjoyed an epic Golden Hour.
We finally got to tick the gorgeous Assembly House in Norwich off the wishlist thanks to Victoria & Chris. These two were awesome to work with – always up for a laugh and ready to smooch at a moments notice (not that we had to ask). Spot the cute moment that Chris locks eyes on Vic and she gives him a cheeky little wave as she walks down ther aisle. Later in the afternoon we were busy filming all the gorgeous details in the room when we spotted the new Mr & Mrs M canoodling on the balcony without warning! Thanks to our lightning reaction we managed to capture the moment without the need for a take 2. Awesome as always to work with James Rouse Photography too.
Shot on one of this summer’s hottest days, Tasha & Steve brought plenty of California sunshine to Norfolk for their Hollywood themed wedding. The day started off with something a little different as we got to film the lads at Swagger & Jack’s, a vintage style barber shop in the heart of Norwich. Tasha went with a stunning vintage movie star look, with those lush red lips courtesy of Emily from Love Moi make-up and hair from Tracey Ward. After the ceremony it was off to the heart of the Norfolk countryside to Hunter’s Hall, where the Hollywood theme continued.
What a brilliant bunch of friends and family Leah & Alastair have. We had lots of fun filming the bridal party in the morning at Elm Farm, then catching up with the lads in their top hats and tails (complete with canes!) at Hethersett Church. Leah created lots of gorgeous vintage details around the venue for us to capture as guests enjoyed local ice creams and a bouncy castle in the garden.
Norwich has a lot of churches (31 to be precise!), but few are as grand as St Peter Mancroft. It was here we filmed Simona & Andy’s beautiful wedding. There were lots of gorgeous details to capture throughout the day – one of our favourites was daughter Veronica’s arrival in her own little car! Their blue theme even ran as far as the weather, as guests enjoyed a gloriously sunny afternoon relaxing at the appropriately named Oasis Centre.
Such a refreshing change to film in the more urban setting of Norwich City centre at the grand St Giles House for Lizzy & Rick’s big day. With all the hustle and bustle of the city it was incredible how laid back and relaxed the day was for everyone. A quick whistlestop tour of Norwich market place with the awesome photographer Mr Luis Holden made for some more “unusual” backdrops which adds something extra special to the footage.