Godwick Great Barn | Harriet & Ed | Norfolk Wedding

Venue: Godwick Great Barn. Couple: Gorgeous. Wedding: Amazeballs. Photographer: Me with my jaw on the floor all day in awe. I mean come on people, shut the front door! How good is this wedding of Harriet and Ed at the awesome Godwick Great Barn? Genuinely I love this place, it really is one of Norfolk’s gems. In fact with a fair amount of serendipity, I was photographing here last year when the couples Aunt and Uncle were just popping in for a quick nose. Shamelessly I gave out my business card, I may have just slipped it in their pocket when they weren’t looking to be honest. A year later, and the magic happened. And boy did it happen, from the minute I arrived to the minute I left. The planets truly aligned and we had the full range of emotions all day long, gorgeous light, incredibly warm and welcoming family and friends, and the utterly stunning venue dressed by the amazing Penny and her team at the Little Lending Company. All the suppliers at this wedding rocked it! The amazing Emily at Love Moi Make Up, Florentina catering, the list goes on and I’ll get round to crediting everyone in due course. More importantly though, we’re here to talk about these beautiful humans. Literally it’s one of the hardest blog posts I’ve ever had to compile, so many cracking frames to choose from. The love, the warmth, the hilarity, folk just beaming from ear to ear all day long. Godwick Hall is a wonderful place for bridal preparations too, simply stunning. And some great frames of the girls ‘working’ the bath. Oh, and the dress. And the shoes! Where to start? I think I’m just going to let their wedding photos speak for themselves. I just want to thank everyone involved in this wedding for making it so special, not least Harriet and Ed. A diamond couple who no doubt are meant to be. That’s enough cheese from me for one day. Enjoy the blog post lovelies, see y’all soon. Much love. JP x

Makeup: Love Moi Makeup
Styling: The Little Lending Company
Catering: Florentina

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Chaucer Barn | Jo & George | Norfolk Wedding

It’s been a while chums, but I’m back on the blogging train. What better way to kick off than with this wee beauty of a wedding from Chaucer Barn? I have no doubt you have missed my wedding ramblings, but a full on ramble is long overdue. So, where to start with this banger of a wedding? Jo & George, a super cool couple chose the awesome Chaucer Barn to have their reception. Living in Middlesex, a lot of folk from the home counties and London often choose Chaucer when getting married in Norfolk. It ticks so many boxes: it’s beautiful and set in stunning surroundings, has bags of charm, offers great accommodation and also has a wedding licence. However, their family have a holiday home in Mundesley, so that was the natural place to tie the knot. Mundesley Church by the way is an absolute corker too, and proudly boasts it’s own beach hut! I woke up in the morning with my usual scour over the weather reports, opting for the best looking one. Even with my half glass full, unending optimism, things weren’t looking at all rosy later in the day! Well, as I always say, what will be will be. The weather should never, ever dictate your mood on your wedding day. Looking at the photo’s you’d be forgiven for thinking it was glorious all day long, and in essence you’d be absolutely right. Aside from short, sharp downpours the weather was absolutely cracking and it allowed us to dart in and out and get what we needed. The bridesmaids were a great bunch of girls and had their own ideas for wedding photos, perhaps they had spent too much time on Pinterest? (Only joking ladies!) The girls and guys needed little direction and I simply took pics of them larking about, enjoying the wedding and each others company. Everything about the wedding was on point, from the beautiful decor, to the stunning dress and shoes. Even with their sartorial elegance, there wasn’t a hint of pretence. At the first opportunity we were romping through a field chasing sheep! Jo and George are hardy travellers, and as the mist settled on the field we quickly nipped across the field at the back of Chaucer. This became one of my fave wedding photos of the year. Not my usual bright photography style, full of colour and joy, but a moody misty, moonlit walk. I just love that frame. It was a beautiful day, blessed with amazing family and folk. If I could find someone to marry (cue violins) Chaucer Barn would be right up their on my list. Happy marriage Jo & George, I’ll leave the viewers to relive your day which falls under the heading ‘EPIC’. Much love. JP x

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Narborough Hall Gardens | Jess & Craig | Norfolk Wedding Photographers

May I present to you, the sumptuous wedding of Jess & Craig at Narborough Hall Gardens. My first visit here, and hopefully not my last. It’s up there with some of my all time fave places to photograph. I mean come on, just look at this place! It’s a true gem of a wedding venue in the fine county of Norfolk. And then, if you throw in the mix, a couple of gorgeous humans, then kerpow! The below happens. Jess & Craig tied the knot here a few weekends back and boy oh boy, was it a beauty. These guys rocked it from the start of the day to the moonlit evening, so much going on all day and so lush to get married outside. Narborough Hall Gardens has got so many beautiful places to explore, photograph and occasionally pick your jaw up off the floor. A beautiful Arts & Crafts boathouse caught my attention early on, of course I was going to gently suggest that Jess & Craig take the boat out for a spin. Little did I do know that ‘spin’ would be the operative word as Craig took his new wife round in circles, a career as a seafarer not really beckoning. I probably laughed way too much at this point (sorry Craig) but the whole experience was just brilliant from start to finish. You couldn’t hope to meet a nicer couple, and their ceremony from the vows to the speeches were charged with emotion all the way through. Jess’s wedding dress was just incredible, the bridesmaids rocked it and the boys looked dapper as can be. The owners ran the day like the clockwork, a big shout out to them. And also it was a pleasure to work alongside the super talented www.doylekilcoinfilms.com. What more could you ask for on your wedding day? I often say this, but check Narborough Hall Gardens out as a wedding venue if it’s not on your list. It might just be just the ticket! Tally ho chums, see you soon for some more epic wedding action. Have a great weekend. JP x

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