The Ffolkes Arms Norfolk Wedding Photography|Sadie & Daniel
A few weeks ago I photographed a very special Norfolk wedding. Of course all weddings are special, but for me this was more of an honour.
Sadie and Daniel tied the knot at Harpley Church, which is the same place where I photographed her sister Kayleigh’s wedding back in 2017. I also photographed their other sister Emma’s wedding at Kimberley Hall in September last year. To photograph three daughters for a family over a three year period is an amazing honour. It’s not something that many photographers get to do!
Sadie and Daniel’s day was generally bright and sunny. There were a few heavy showers that we cleverly managed to avoid. Luckily, my emergency white umbrellas still haven’t been out of the van this year!
I always like to spend a little while with the groom and his party while they wait at the church for the arrival of the bride and it was great to see Daniel and “the boys” with their choice of wedding socks!
The wedding was an emotional one, with tears of joy and sorrow. Like many weddings, there are people who can’t always be there to join in the celebrations. Absent family and friends. Sadie sadly lost her Dad some years ago, so the honour of walking her down the aisle was done by her Grandad.
They had a canvas of a photo of Sadie’s Dad and Grandma with them at the church and then onto the reception, so they could be a part of their day.
Into the woods
After the church service, we made the short journey to Sandringham so that the new Mr & Mrs Moncaster could have their couple shots. This is always my favourite part of the day! I get to set up some lovely shots and get truly natural reactions between a couple in love. This is where the Bride and Groom get a little time to themselves (with myself close by obviously) as this is the only part of the day that your guests don’t get to see! Sadie and Daniel love Sandringham and have spent a lot of time there together. So it made sense to find a couple of secluded, pretty spots for a mixture of posed and casual photos as Husband and Wife.
After a very successful stop off at Sandringham, it was back in the camper for the 5 minute trip to the recently refurbished Ffolkes Arms Hotel at Hillington for a wonderful meal in the new function room with some emotional speeches.
The evening entertainment was a live band and disco by Jason from Norfolk and Suffolk DJ Hire.
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