It became clear very early that this was going to be a wedding that would be slightly different so as soon as Lisa said she also needed a photographer, I spoke to Tim Stephenson and got him on board too.
Both Tim and I arrived at The Fritton Arms, where Lisa was getting ready, at pretty much the same time. You know what they say about great minds. We walked in to find Lisa having breakfast and a nice warm cuppa. Upstairs the room was starting to bustle as bridesmaids began getting ready and the place soon became full of laughter.
Lisa and Ashley had booked several of my recommended suppliers, and it wasn’t long before the third member of the “dream team” arrived as Kevin from Silverline Limousines made his way up the drive to take the bridesmaids to Hemsby church before returning to pick up Lisa.
After the ceremony, it was off to Bridgestones, Potter Heigham for a unique afternoon tea for all the guests on the edge of the beautiful Norfolk Broads. Sean Goodman greeted us as we arrived then proceeded to entertain the guests while they ate.
Then something pretty awesome happened, the sun peaked from behind the clouds and gave us some pretty epic light for some cracking moments by the water.
Our final destination was the LA Lounge at Hemsby where we took the couple on a walk-about around the arcades. Lisa and Ashley were such good sports, and up for everything we came up with. It does make a difference to your wedding video and your photos. You get out what you put in.