A gorgeous Norfolk wedding for you on the blog today. Rhiannon and Tom were married a few weeks ago in the pretty coastal village of Happisburgh, pronounced Haze-borough and not Happ-is-burgh he he ! Once again a lovely family wedding where we were made very welcome and were well looked after. I have to admit that we are still finishing off the editing for this pretty wedding but couldn’t wait to post a small selection. Rhiannon styled the barn and Church with her unique touches which I really liked. I adored the fact that she filled her cowboy boots with flowers and filled her bicycle basket with flowers to match. These little touches I always love to see because they make each wedding so very personal. The flowers were all very simple, nothing too showy or over the top and grouped together in collected bottles, they looked incredible. I liked the bouquets and thought Rhiannons hydrangea looked like a gorgeous wedding pom pom. Brilliant ! Another high for me was the portrait shoot on the beach. I think some of those shots will be making their way onto our main website. I would love to do a coastal shoot again. It was very cold on the beach but the four of us were so excited we didn’t even feel the cold. When we returned we all said we felt exhilarated and reunited with the guests on quite a high. The dalmatians were an added bonus. I would have liked Rhiannon and Tom to walk the dogs on leads but the owners didn’t know how the dogs would react (possibly thinking of them jumping up at Rhiannon). I have to agree, wet sandy paws on white wedding dress, possible disaster there for sure, but they did sit with them for a few shots. Thank you to those generous folk who owned the dogs. Do get in touch if you are reading this and are the dog owner. We would love to show our appreciation. The evening party was fab and once again our friends from Lovelight came along and as always did a great job.
Rhiannon and Tom we thoroughly enjoyed sharing your day. Best wishes for a wonderful future xx