Emma & Ashley’s Wedding Story

Hautbois Hall, Norfolk

I firstly headed over to the couple’s home to film some groom prep with Ashley and the couple’s little boy.  Poor Ashley, he’d pretty much had no sleep due to someone keeping him up… and no it wasn’t the best man. Despite this, both dad and son were pretty chipper and we got some lovely moments between the two of them. 

Then off to Hautbois Hall for Emma’s preparations where she was with their little girl and her bridesmaids.  Plenty of giggles later it was time for the dress and Emma looked amazing, the couple’s daughter also wore a dress made from the same fabric which was lovely. Kevin from Silverline was on hand to drive the girls and dad over to the church where Ashley was waiting.

A lovely ceremony over and it was time to head back to the Hall where I had a little plan with the Bure Valley Railway steam train that was due soon (watch the film!!) and a short walk around with the couple.  After some cracking grub and the speeches, it was party time!  4 Aces Casino were on hand and It was possibly the busiest I have ever seen a casino at a wedding! 

Shout out to Epic Events too who also kept the dance floor rocking with one of my former grooms Dan on DJ.

A cracking day for this little family and I hope you love this little wedding film as much as I do!

If you missed the sneak peek you can see it here…

Mike Savory Award Winning Norfolk Wedding Videographer
Mike Savory Award Winning Norfolk Wedding Videographer
Mike Savory Award Winning Norfolk Wedding Videographer
Mike Savory Award Winning Norfolk Wedding Videographer
Mike Savory Award Winning Norfolk Wedding Videographer
Mike Savory Award Winning Norfolk Wedding Videographer
Mike Savory Award Winning Norfolk Wedding Videographer
Mike Savory Award Winning Norfolk Wedding Videographer

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