Well hello all of you who read this regularly, I hope everyone is well. At this time of year as I’m sure you can imagine we are completely snowed under with wedding work. It means we’re out of the office a lot and when we are in we’re busy sorting and working on all the gorgeous photographs for our couples. The slight downside is that I’m not sure I can keep up the blogging quite so frequently but I’ll try to write at least once every couple of weeks.
In the last week and a bit we’ve photographed two gorgeous weddings.
Firstly Dawn and Richard’s wedding which we photographed at Dairy Barns, Hickling in Norfolk. This was a special, intimate day with lots of cake, laughter and a scrummy afternoon tea. We had a wonderful time and the sun shone on us. They had so many amazing finishing touches that I can’t wait to share their photos and ideas. This wedding will stay in my mind forever as when the registrar said: ‘if anyone knows of any lawful reason why these two should not be married you must declare it now’ … there’s usually a silence at this part but not at this wedding as the farm cat with comedic timing waltz’s through the door with a very loud ‘meaowwww’. What a perfect ice-breaker and a way to make everyone giggle!
The next wedding was a Suffolk Wedding through and through and everything a wedding should be. Beautiful day, stunning location, happy guests and of course a gorgeous bride and groom. This was Jo and Ben’s day which took part at Bressingham Church followed by a marquee (but more like a canvas big top tent) reception at his family home also in Bressingham. Sunny weather shone down on us, people lounged in deck chairs eating cake and afternoon tea on the lawns, others played on the bouncy castle and lazed in the hammocks, a truly relaxing wedding. This was an absolutely brilliant day in every way and I wish we could photograph it all over again. Another wedding that I can’t wait to share the photos from.
Both of these weddings I’m certain will have photos on the main website pages later this year when I update them!
Lastly, for those of you who’ve expressed concern about how Pip (our dog) is doing after her operation … she’s fine and well thanks. Here’s a quick pic of her showing off her teeth and enjoying being in the sunshine in the garden!
I’ll write again soon …..