Amy and Michael were married back in February at St Giles House Hotel and chose a union jack theme wedding.
But before arriving in Norwich, I headed to Amy's parent's house in Gorleston. Her family and bridesmaids were busily getting ready whilst dad Ray looked after everyone. His reveal when seeing Amy for the first time was one of the sweetest moments. Amy and her sister are champion baton twirlers, used to performance she did her own exquisite make-up. She chose a stunning lace Victoria Jane gown and wowed Michael as she walked down the aisle of the Walnut Room.
It was only a few days since the death of Leonard Nimoy, so a 'Live Long & Prosper' image had to be organised with the groomsmen and fab best'woman' Hayley. Union Jacks were hidden everywhere; on the garter, table plan and even on socks. At St Giles the red, white and blue theme was more subtle with the vintage vases of flowers taking centre stage. As this was a chilly February afternoon, they'd brought along a Union Jack blanket for their portraits. This was a genius way of keeping Amy toasty. In Chapelfield Gardens we revisited their special bench whilst Amy harnessed her inner Freddie Mercury and worked that flag! After a brilliant routine to Uptown Funk by the youngest two bridesmaids, I left in the pouring rain to some brilliant music and full dance floor. Congratulations A&M!