I have had 2 beautiful weddings this week and Tuesday saw me back at the gorgeous Chaucer Barn for Matthew and Julie’s day!
Julie and her girls were all getting ready at the barn and having their hair done by the awesome Flamingo Amy and makeup by the wonderful Love Moi Makeup. One of my 2016 brides Katie was also a bridesmaid so I couldn’t wait to see her and her fiancee Gary.
Julie and Matthew had a small intimate wedding surrounded by their closest friends and family and chose to get married at the beautiful Taverham Church. With so many churches in Norfolk it is rare I shoot at the same church twice but I have actually already shot at Taverham church twice, it is one of my favourites and the vicar is just lovely!
Julie was a little nervous but once her dress was on and all the months of planning came together she didn’t stop beaming all day!
After a beautiful ceremony we managed to get their family shots at the church (despite a little shower!) and some awesome confetti shots before heading back to the barn for drinks and canapés.
The weather stayed fine while we headed in to the fields with bridesmaids and groomsmen for some fun shots with wellies and hay bales and the sun even made a little appearance for us just at the right time!
It’s not every day that a bride is happy to hoist herself up on to a hay bale so this had to be one of my favourite five moments, Julie and Matthew were stars!
After a delicious meal by the amazing Andy Parle we even managed to get out with their vintage bike hired for some beautiful golden hour photos and even better the sun set and the sky and clouds turned pink so we headed back to the top of the field for the awesome silhouette shot below.
They had hired some wonderful items from The Little Lending Company including some beautiful Festoon and fairy lights which I couldn’t wait to use for their first dance so this has to be their final sneak peek below.
We had the best day with these guys and their lovely friends and family. I have so many more shots I was desperate to share but for now here are my favourite five moments…