My first spring wedding brought me into Norwich to celebrate with Vicki and Jon.
Theirs was a super relaxed wedding at the Assembly House Pierce Room, styled in hues of gold, navy and dusky pink. It was a deeply personal day for the them and their family. Their children were central to everything planning wise; from the choice of food to the colour of outfits. Their son Harvey was best man and was such a dude in his matching suit. The girls looked super pretty with matching ‘Elsa’ plaits.
When you marry a cabby there’s only one way for a bride to arrive. Vicki took everyone’s breath away as she stepped from the taxi in her lace and chiffon gown. Accessorised with a pastel bouquet of roses and her hair in a bejewelled chignon.
It was my first wedding upstairs in the Pierce Room which was as emotional as any I’ve witnessed win the Assembly House. Afterwards we descended to the Grand Hall for drinks and then out in to the sunshine for confetti and a gold balloon release for the children. I concentrated on the fountain area and Music Room to create some romantic and timeless portraits to cherish.
When planning their wedding they wanted the children to be able to relax. With this in mind, they decided on an afternoon tea, to allow everyone to eat what they wanted. Mark and the team had created towers of spectacular monogrammed cakes, scones and sandwiches. After speeches they cut their two tier gold accented love cake and I left everyone to enjoy the banquet. Congratulations V&J.