After a shamefully long time not posting any new blog shots I’ve finally caught up and got to the stage where I can start sharing some of this year’s beautiful weddings.
I first met Molly & Jonathan last year at Jonathan’s sister’s wedding (Clare & Joel) and was thrilled to be asked to photograph their wedding this year.
We started the day’s coverage at a beautiful AirBnB cottage attached to a large farmhouse (The Buttery at The Grove) not far from the church where Molly and her bridesmaid Jess and family were getting ready…
Preparation shots complete I headed off to St Michael the Archangel’s church at Booton in the depths of the Norfolk countryside. A stunning 19th century french gothic style church with beautiful stained glass windows and huge carved angels in the ceiling.
Church service and confetti completed it was off to Jonny’s parent’s house also in the village for the reception and thankfully the weather was better than Clare & Joel’s day (same location) although we did see some extremely heavy downpours but thankfully the worst of it held off until everyone was safely under cover in the marquee.
After the speeches it was time for the party to start with the live music provided by a one-off collaboration of Molly & Jonny and their friends, great fun and they certainly got the marquee pumping!
So there it is, the highlights from another cracking Norfolk wedding, I have plenty more up my sleeve and will be producing regular blog posts highlighting my favourites, watch this space!
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