Pam and Chris’s extremely relaxed wedding took place on a lovely day at beautiful Congham Hall. I have to say that it was one wedding that went straight into my top ten (!) – I really loved doing it! Pam and Chris themselves, and their friends and family were really lovely to be with and to photograph. It also includes one of my all time favourite photos (the dancing one)!
It was great to be with Susan and Tony for a couple of hours before their wedding. They were both ‘second timers’ so wanted very, very relaxed photos in a location they loved before they then went on to actually do the deed! They chose to have photos in Blakeney which as any North Norfolk-ite knows is a beautifully picturesque harbour location on the coast. We took some inside and outside shots and got some pictures that Susan and Tony were very happy with.
The lovely Tracey and Gary got married at St John the Evangelist in King’s Lynn on a beautiful September day. Given the location of the church, we had the opportunity to take photos in The Walks which formed a fantastic backdrop and then we moved on to Knights Hill Hotel for the evening. Tracey and Gary had put everything into their day; it was all planned down to the last beautiful detail, but at the same time it felt relaxed and fun. A perfect day.
Fay and Luke were a dream couple to work with. Amongst the many beautiful aspects of the day, their wedding was extremely relaxed, the bride wore gold (yes, gold!), and looked stunning, and they couldn’t help themselves smiling – they were so happy! Oh, and they got married at the lovely and very photogenic Le Strange Arms in Old Hunstanton.
What a truly lovely wedding Amy and Mike’s was! It took the form of an intimate ceremony at Fakenham Registry Office and then a bit of a party later at Fakenham Sports and Social Club. It was a friendly, generous , happy, and really down to earth (in a great way!) affair, just like Amy and Mike themselves. Lovely family and friends, a great atmosphere and (I hope) some photos that they will be able to treasure forever. And Amy wore a beautiful black dress – it was fab!
Emma and Chris’s wedding was lovely – it was a truly meaningful (but also fun) day with great weather and everyone enjoying themselves. St Mary’s, South Wootton was the beautiful church in which the wedding was held and Hanse House (right on the quay in King’s Lynn) was the reception venue. It was really enjoyable to photograph Emma and Chris and their family and friends and their kind words after they had received the photos were much appreciated.
Darina and Adam’s lovely wedding at Downham Market Registry Office and then at Chalk and Cheese in Shouldham was about the most relaxed wedding I’ve ever been to! It was just a great time together for family and friends with loads for the kids to do (including my Fun Foto Factory), a brilliant afternoon tea and wood-fired pizza later. And a lot of Darina’s family were there from the Czech Republic too, which made it extra special!
It was a beautiful day for Charlie and Dom’s wedding at the picture perfect St Mary’s, Framingham Earl and then at The Old Rectory, Great Melton. Charlie and Dom opted for the whole day package so I was with them for around 11 hours and was able to take a full range of photos that really told the story of their day. The Old Rectory was a fabulous venue for their photos, and there were a couple of surprises for guests during the evening including a fabulous (and long rehearsed, I believe) bridal party dance….