Norwich Wedding Photography by Faye Amare Photography

28 November 15

Posted at 12:51


Norwich Wedding Photography by Faye Amare Photography


A Churchmans House Wedding by Norfolk Wedding photography Faye Amare Photography

A overcast November morning I arrived to photograph D+D on their wedding day. The house was hive of bridal activity, with their little one sitting patiently and watching cartoons on the telly. D was sat in the kitchen having her make up done chatting away with family and friends, anticipating what the big day will bring. The house although busy had a calm and peaceful atmosphere about it, with preparations happening at a leisurely pace. Once dressed D walked down stairs to greet her father and other friends and family and tears were in everybody’s eyes as she made her first appearance.

The weather on the day was normal for a November day a little damp and overcast, not the best for a wedding but that didn’t stop them ploughing through with their wedding day plans. I arrived at Churchman’s Registry office in Norwich to greet and capture a quaint number of guests, this wedding after all was a very close affair with only their nearest and dearest. The groom nervously waiting for his bride to arrive, and their son sitting once again patiently waiting for the day’s events to commence.

The arrival of the bride happened quickly as the heavens opened and we were quickly ushered inside out of the rain. I took my place at the front of the aisle awaiting the bride and her father to enter, the guests stood as they made their entrance and the grooms face awoken with joy as his bride walked towards him. It was clearly a happy but nervous moment for both as they locked eyes. The ceremony began with a greeting from the registrar who welcomed the guests to sit. Once seated the nuptials commenced and swiftly passed with their son as ring bearer and a guest reading a meaningful poem. After the I do’s they were quickly pronounce husband and wife, exiting through the white glass doors to pose for their couples photos. After the guests were gathered and placed for group shots and then ushered to the front of Churchman’s House to throw the confetti, which was a delightful moment for all as the bride and groom laughed as they were covered from head to toe in sugar paper hearts, bells and horseshoes.

I proceeded to make my way to their reception at The Georgian Townhouse in Norwich, where they were congratulated by family and friends. The room once calm on my arrival broke out in laugher and chatter with the room livening in moments as the wedding party began. Time passed swiftly and everyone was seated for the three course wedding breakfast. The Groom gave a heartfelt speech and thanked everyone for joining them and noted how beautiful his newly announced wife looked, she blushed with laugher as they looked lovingly at one another. The day ended with the first dance as newly-weds, under the ambient lit room they kissed and slowly fell into one another’s arms.


Congratulations to you both it was a beautifully quaint day. I wish you all the best for the future and may it bring many happy memories together.


Thank you for taking the time to read my blog post about my adventures as a Norfolk wedding photographer, I absolutely adore my job and being able to share the incredible weddings days that I have the pleasure of attending and capturing is a dream come true.


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