Saturday 13th June took myself and my young assistant out to Hickling in Norfolk for the wedding of Sam and Adie. It wasn’t a great start weather wise as there was rain and more rain and very grey skies, such a contrast to the previous day which was hot and sunny – still that’s the UK for you and you simply can’t do anything about the weather on the day.
With bags packed and all checks done, we headed up the A12 on the 2 hour trip into rural Norfolk, a beautiful part of the country no matter what the weather brings, on to the Dairy Barns at Hickling, its reached by a small single carriage road heading out toward the coastal stretch of Sea Palling.
Despite the weather, I was really looking forward to this day – weddings are always long days and full on but with Sam and Adies family and friends treating us as if we were there as guests also we had a fabulous day all together and Joe and I were very great full for everyone being so welcoming (considering we are there being paid to do a job!)
It was a lovely, intimate wedding with immediate family and close friends attending and I knew the photography was probably one of the more expensive budget options from the day – this does always add a little extra pressure but I also know that the photography is the part that you will share after with family and friends and have memories captured that will last forever so actually, it’s hard to put a true value on that and long after the, admittedly, lovely food has been displayed and eaten, the photographs are still around for family enjoy.
I was delighted to present to the couple a small portion of there gallery online, a total of 170 odd images, and with around 350 edited for the day we hope that they can cherish the memories for a long, long time. It was a fantastic, fun wedding and a real privilege to be there, we wish Sam and Adrian every happiness for the future.
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