June has seen a run of awesome individual, relaxed and people driven weddings; I’ve been creatively inspired and emotionally absorbed. Annie and James’s Georgian Townhouse wedding was another day full of unbridled joy and love.
Their ceremony took place at St Peter in Cringleford and was presided over by their dear friend Heather. Her sermon was equally personal and emotional, perfect in sentiment. It was wonderful to catch up with the whole Carlson clan, who I’ve kept in touch with since Amelia and Tom’s wedding back in 2014.
Annie and James didn’t want to clutter or overdo the styling. James chose a classic navy two piece and Annie a stunningly elegant lace Monsoon gown. The bridesmaids also wore navy and the florals brought everything together.
The portraits part of the day are even more special when the locations are meaningful and personal to the bride and groom. After leaving the church, we briefly stopped by the River Tas before heading over to Eaton Park. I’ve always wanted to capture a couple here so was thrilled when they requested it. We started by the art deco boating lake before heading a little further to the lily pond, colonnaded bandstand and tree lined avenues.
After a short drive to the Georgian Townhouse, Annie and James relaxed with their guests before it was time for cake cutting and speeches. Emotional – tick, funny – tick, heartfelt – tick, embarrassing – tick; yes, a real classic! As the bbq was about to be served I left everyone to enjoy the afternoon, but not before a cheeky shot in the photobooth frame. I wonder if you can guess what James does for a living? Congratulations A+J!
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