August 2017 has been pretty awesome. It’s taken me to some fantastic venues capturing the love, commitment and joy of equally fantastic couples.
I’ve had immense fun getting to know Kim and Adam in the many months leading up to their Titchwell Manor wedding. I’m in awe of both their professions and also how unashamedly in love they are. The day started on this picturesque stretch of the North Norfolk coast. The landscape was fundamental in the styling, with tones of green, navy and copper weaving amongst their nautical theme throughout the day. Kim wore a pretty lace and tulle gown and practical diamonte sandals. The bridesmaids wore floaty navy chiffon and Adam continued the navy colourway in a Coes three piece. Prep certainly went quickly, there was so much going on all morning including the special moments of gift giving between Kim and Adam.
We were treated to five different vintage vehicles to transport everyone from Titchwell to the ceremony in Old Hunstanton. A special church for Kim (she was christened there) it couldn’t have been more perfect; extremely picturesque and vicar was so welcoming. More than one tear was shed as Kim made her entrance with dad Alex. Their ceremony was just perfect and I especially liked the eulogy about a couple paddling across Toronto Bay, working together all the way. After confetti, congratulations and their family group portraits in the sunshine, the guests departed leaving us to linger a while in this special location.
At Titchwell the large marquee had been transformed with oars, rigging, shells and florals in copper cages. Speeches were funny, heartfelt and – at times – a little cringy for Kim and Adam. By the time the photobooth and ice cream van arrived all were letting their hair down. The evening finished with DJ Zola under the light festooned ceiling and some serious moves on the dance floor. Dave and I had an absolute ball and can’t wait to return to Titchwell Manor. Congratulations!
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