The last wedding we photographed in June was Sarah and Jeff’s day which all took place at The Assembly House in Norwich. This was a wonderful day and one that we were really looking forward to photographing. Sarah and Jeff are a lovely, relaxed couple who were so excited about their day. Their plans and ideas were ones we couldn’t wait to photograph. Jeff is American and so there actual ceremony was going to take place in the UK and then they were to have a huge celebration part in California a couple of weeks later. We were sad that we were unable (due to prior bookings) to also photograph your Californian part for you which we’re sure would have been equally fab (we are looking forward to seeing those photos in due course).
The weather forecast for their day was terrible and even as Sarah was getting ready the forecast over Norwich was heavy rain all afternoon with thunderstorms. Towards the tail end of me photographing Sarah getting ready (whilst David was capturing Jeff and his parents getting ready in Norwich) the heavens opened. The road turned into a river of gushing water and I think we were all hoping that it wouldn’t be quite this bad for the whole afternoon. Turns out we needn’t have worried, as we made our way to the ceremony it was still pouring but then, on approach to the Assembly House it just stopped raining and we then had that lovely light you get after a storm and sunshine for the rest of the time we were with them. We consider ourselves very lucky with the weather and were delighted that we got to photograph outside! It also meant that Sarah and Jeff’s plans to nip away with me after the ceremony to the Plantation Gardens nearby to take some photos was possible which was fab.
We love your photos and here’s a small selection for those of you wishing to peep at their day. Sarah looked radiant and beautiful whilst Jeff was very dashing and handsome. You guys smiled and giggled your whole day through and we wish nothing but a long and happy marriage and a wonderful future for you both. We really hope that our paths will cross again in the future.