I have been so excited about this wedding! Mark and Hannah booked without meeting me and when we met up a few months ago for their engagement shoot we just had so much fun.
They are such a sweet couple and so in love and we got so many gorgeous engagement images I knew their wedding day would be a breeze.
I arrived with Hannah and her girls in the morning getting ready at the beautiful Ancient House, part of The Victoria, Holkham. It was busy with 5 bridesmaids, 2 makeup artists and a hairdresser and there was a very excited buzz! As Hannah put her incredible dress on she looked stunning and I think its safe to say everyones breath was taken away. I headed over to the boys at The Victoria for a few shots of them getting ready and Mark seemed relaxed, happy and pretty excited!
They choose to get married in the beautiful Castle Rising Church which I have to say is the prettiest little village church. Photography was a little limited during the ceremony itself but I got some beautiful shots as they walked back down the aisle and out as Mr & Mrs before we captured their fun confetti shots and group shots outside the church.
Before we arrived back at the beautiful Holkham Hall we stopped for some couple shots at the Temple and with the incredible view of the hall from the long drive and I have so many shots I wanted to share! Back at the reception we had a little time to get some more relaxed bridesmaids and groomsmen shots before everyone took their seats for their amazing wedding breakfast by Julie Abbs Catering.
After the meal we snuck out for some golden hour photos before their speeches and we had an incredible sunset over the lake. The evening finished with them dancing the night away with their guests and I think its safe to say they had a pretty perfect day!
Huge thanks to Mark and Hannah for being amazing to shoot on the day and so much fun! To Tristan from Julie Abbs for my yummy meal and Narinda and the Holkham staff for looking after me so well. I can’t wait to be back.
Here are their favourite five moments but they were pretty hard to pick and I can’t wait to share the rest…