Leanne and Kirk's boho inspired Cley Windmill wedding was my second of the Easter weekend.
With blue skies above the gleaming white sails, I knew this was to be a special day indeed. I headed into the mill to find the girls in good fooling as their beautiful transformations were taking place by Roxy and Paula. Leanne's two bridesmaids had created some wonderful bunting to decorate the room, celebrating special moments in their shared times together. Leanne had styled the day with nature as the focal point. Hessian wraps on jars, on tables and even on the cake; pretty cottage flowers adorned her hair and were integral to the decor. Leanne's ruffled chiffon Alfred Angelo gown was the perfect choice, combined later with a brown faux fur coat and Hunter wellies for practicality. Kirk also styled to match with a tweed suit and rustic button-hole. I met up with him and the guys over at the George pub and we just had to re-create an Edgar Wright style shot from The World's End. Any excuse for a pint.
After their intimate and romantic ceremony, we headed into the gardens and used the newly installed marquee to shelter from the chilly breeze. As traditional confetti is not allowed, Leanne and Kirk opted for bubbles instead. Before the reception, we took a while out for their portraits. Using the rustic brown tones of the old reed beds and flint to the vintage and more colourful tones of the village architecture, I could have photographed them all day. Whilst everyone enjoyed the fantastic food I was on sunset watch - what a cracker it was. I just had to take them onto the balcony to end the day with a celebration of the stunning scenery and love for each other. Congratulations!