I felt incredibly lucky to have been booked to document Victoria & Joshua’s small and intimate Norwich elopement. It was an absolute honour and joy to wander the cobbled streets of Norwich with them and their loved ones. With a black tie dress code and a relaxed schedule to the day, I knew this would be one classy and fun party.
The day began with some minor Bridal prep at Standenmay on Magdalen Street, working alongisde my good friend Leanna Stibbon. I was immediately welcomed with such warmth by Victoria, her Mother and her girlfriends. Later heading over to Artel to meet the boys for coffee. We were off to an immediately good start!
Their quaint and romantic ceremony was held in the idyllic location of Pull’s Ferry, beside the river. There were tranquil moments of birds singing, canoes sailing by, and the river flowing. And just when I thought it couldn’t get any better, Victoria arrived down the aisle to Landslide by Fleetwood Mac. Finally, with a quick pit stop for a drink and a speech at Cinema City, we ended things at the Farmyard restaurant on St Benedicts. A tour of a fine city, for a fine wedding, with a very fine couple. I’m so excited to share this one with you all.
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