Norwich Wedding Photography- Bianca & Daniel

  • CEREMONY:
    St Mary Magdalene Church
  • RECEPTION:
    Best Western Plus Oaklands Hotel
  • MUA:
    The Heart of Dixie
  • CAKE:
    Horizon Cakes (Steven Greensmith)
  • FLOWERS:
    Floraltina Inspirations (Tina Hamblet)
  • MAGICIAN:
    Martin Hinchliffe
  • DJ:
    Daniel Clark
  • GROOMS WEAR:
    Slaters
  • TRANSPORT:
    Silverline Limousines

Norfolk Weddings – they’re wonderful and one-of-a-kind blends of celebrations, family gatherings and all-round incredible events! No two weddings are ever the same and I think this is possibly what I love the most about being invited along to photograph them. There’s also nothing quite like being asked to photograph another photographer’s wedding 🙂

Right from our first chat over a coffee (once we finished chatting about cameras & lighting at any rate!) it was clear that the lovely Bianca & Daniel were planning a fun-packed and beautiful day.

As high-school sweethearts with two delightful daughters (Olivia & Ava) and Daniel’s superbly-timed first-Christmas proposal back in 2014, their day was perfectly planned – with plenty of time for the important bits and even squeezing in a quick visit to the nearby river for photos.
Starting the day off with bridal preparations over at Bianca’s Uncle’s house with what can only be described as perfectly-orchestrated chaos, Bianca was swiftly whisked off to the church by the ever-brilliant Silverline Limousines. After meeting a very nervous Daniel, and tying the knot in a beautiful service followed by confetti and a few photos outside, the brand-new Mr & Mrs were swept away for an open-top drive around Norwich before heading on to the Best Western Plus Oaklands Hotel to be welcomed into their reception.

Making the most of the beautiful sunlight we took a quick stroll to the nearby riverside to squeeze in some outdoor photos before the Wedding Breakfast & emotionally-charged speeches. With the fantastic Martin Hinchliffe plying tables with his unique blend of close up magic, it wasn’t long before it was dark outside – and time to venture back outdoors for a few extra-special photos.

I could go on, but instead will leave you with a few words from Bianca & let the photos tell the rest of the story.

As a tip to future brides-to-be, “some things can’t be planned, so just embrace it all and enjoy your day! You only get one and it doesn’t matter about anything else going on around you, as long as you get to marry the person you love.”

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