Anna & Stuart’s Norwich wedding is full of smiles, and fun, and the most amazing atmosphere – the styling of the day is wonderful (I do love kilts!) and I adore the table plan and overall look of the day. Anna is absolutely gorgeous; Stuart looks fabulous. This, my lovelies, is a super wedding and I just know you’ll love it!
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Anna & Stuart are very calm people and always put concerns for other people, namely their guests as well as myself, at the forefront of their minds.
I think the fact that they had an ice cream cart waiting outside the church, so that guests could get refreshments whilst they waited for the group pics, and after having sat through the ceremony, spoke buckets. It meant that there weren’t any groups of people standing around wondering what they do next, before the reception started.
They also chose 2 distinctly different venues – a village church for the ceremony, and a Georgian, city centre Assembly House for the wedding breakfast and evening entertainment.
I loved the venue. It’s a very prominent Norwich city centre building, and the public are able to walk in and out, to have tea, or see any exhibitions that might be on.
The Assembly House recently opened up lots of rooms as hotel rooms, and the decoration is stunning, making it a wonderful place to shoot bridal prep.
The ballroom where the wedding breakfast was held is light and large, and then a 2nd ballroom was used for the evening dancing – so there was no panic to put guests somewhere else to clear away tables and chairs for dancing.
The events planner was very organised with arranging parking spaces for myself and my 2nd shooter – always a concern for any city centre wedding, and brought us our own meal in a room where we could relax for a short while. I’ve shot a wedding there before and would be very happy to return again!