Our approach to wedding photography is relaxed, informal and creative. Like our portraiture and commercial work we favour the use of natural and available light. We also know how stressful organsing a wedding so we spend time with you and at the venue in the run up to the big day to make sure we understand exactly how events are going to pan out.
Our style is natural and informal - we prefer the stay in the background while your day unfolds. We love to capture the moments of your day as they happen - from getting ready to your first dance. We also pay attention to all the small details that we know you will have spent a great of time and thought organising - from cupcakes to favours!
Our packages start at just £350 for a small week day wedding while our main weekend weddings start at £795. All our main packages include unlimited photos taken at your wedding, an online password protected viewing gallery and a special softback magazine style preview book containing all of the images taken.
Weddings from the Blog
We are shooting our last wedding of the season this coming Saturday at Earsham Hall near Bungay. A couple of weeks back I met up with Heather and Nick, the prospective Bride and Groom to have a recce before the big day. As you will see the hall is absolutely stunning – from its magificent…Read More
Andy and Sharlene were married in the Parish church in lovely Broadland village of Martham amidst glorious summer sunshine. Once again we were spoilt for lovely locations to take photographs. After the service everyone headed for the reception which was held in Andy’s parents house. In the immaculate gardens guest were treated to an amazing…Read More
Alice and Dan were married yesterday in a lovely little Norfolk country church. It certainly was a day of all weathers! When Alice arrived with her Dad it was absolutely pouring with rain (luckily our white umbrella was to hand) but when she left the church with her new husband the sun was out. Within…Read More
On Saturday we shot our first wedding of the year at Swanton Morely – the service was in the village church and the reception just a short trip down the road at Hunters Hall. But more of that later! Earlier in the week the Mark and Michelle (the bride and groom) had invited me to…Read More
On Saturday we took the plunge and exhibited for the first time at a wedding fair. However it wasn’t just any old wedding fair but the Most Curious Party’s Vintage Wedding Fair, which is quite unique in what it offers to couples getting married in East Anglia and beyond. It is no secret that vintage…Read More