A few weeks ago whilst most of the country headed to the bookies to place bets on the grand national, i was lucky enough to be part of a great wedding that was almost a non starter. Richard and Heidi had booked me for there wedding last year and all was going well until the venue they had booked went into administration. This resulted in the couple losing half their money and leaving them just a couple of months to re plan their wedding. But with a 'can-do' attitude and the help of Heidi's mum, the couple got stuck in to start planning another wedding, this time even bigger and better.
I arrived at Brisley Bell inn, to meet the Groom and groomsmen whilst they were having pre wedding drinks in the sun. After 15 mins of trying to work out how to tie a cravat and working out which side the button holes need to be, we grabbed a few candid shots and i headed over to see the bride. Heidi was very calm, and has to be the most punctual bride i have ever met, she was ready to go about half an hour before she needed to be. We made use of the time and got lots of photos of the beautiful bridesmaids, an extremely happy mother, and the brides father, who was looking a little nervous, maybe down to the dreaded speech he would have to give later in the day.
When i arrived at East Bilney Church, the atmosphere was buzzing! With nearly 100 guests it was packed to the rafters. One of my favorite things at a wedding is seeing the look on the grooms face when he finally gets to see what his wife to be looks like, and with a beautiful hand made dress, designed and made by the brides mum, Heidi certainly didn't disappoint!
It really was a fantastic day, the weather was amazing, and everything went smoothly. The wedding breakfast and reception was held at the beautiful Hunters Hall in Swanton Morley, where the dancing and fun carried on until late that night.
I give you the new Mr & Mrs Clemo
You can read more about the couples wedding here
If you are getting married, and would like to talk to me regarding capturing your big day, get in touch.