Only a week before this wedding we were photographing Gemma & Scott for their engagement shoot. How the weather had changed since then and I think we can thank their Australian guests for bringing some sun along with them.
The whole day was at Kimberley Hall and it was such a chilled out day with around 54 guests and around half of them having travelled from down under.
We held out for sunset for the main photographs of Gemma & Scott and it really paid off with some of the best light we’ve seen all year. Lets hope we have more evenings like that this year.
It was an early start for me with a trip to the salon at 9:30 before heading over to St. Giles Hotel in Norwich, which is where Sam got ready.
It was then on to the Thorpe St Andrew Church where Simon was waiting. Sam arrived in a 1937 Rolls Royce which looked amazing. After the ceremony Simon and Sam had a little walk along the river which runs through the city before we travelled on to the reception.
It has been a little while since I have been at Kimberley Hall and it was great to be back. With it’s grand entrance, music room and it’s classic butterfly staircase, It probably has the most interesting interior of any wedding venue in Norfolk. It really is a pleasure to shoot a wedding there and I am glad that Simon and Sam chose Kimberley Hall as it created a great backdrop to the stunning photographs of the two of them.