Sunday, January 1st, 2017
2016 has been one hell of a year – that’s for sure. It’s been a busy 12 months, our busiest yet and for that we are extremely grateful. We’ve photographed weddings with dogs, cats, chickens, donkeys, horses and oh yes, llamas! Yes llamas, we mean, what Norfolk wedding by the broads would be complete without a llama or two!?
We’ve met some chuffin excellent people and what makes our job so bloomin wonderful, is that the couples who book us have mega personalities, a top sense of humour and always make us feel incredibly welcome and part of their wedding day. BBQ’S, paella, ice-cream, afternoon tea’s, crepes, oh lord we could go on and on describing all the delicious food we have been treated to by our clients this year. We have been so spoilt and looked after so well that we are both going to have to go on a diet!
Of course we have also had our beautiful baby boy to look after this year. Born in April, baby Beau has kept us on our toes during the wedding season! There’s been lot’s of laughter and fun and occasionally a few tears and certainly lots of long, late nights and early mornings full of editing! We need to say a massive thank you to Jemma, Beth, Kat and Liz from JMA photography, Beth Moseley Photography, Kat Mager photography and Liz Bishop photography who have been our second shooters this year when Victoria was SO pregnant that she and could barely get around the house, let along photograph a wedding! You guys rock and we couldn’t have done it without you.
2016, you have been rather marvellous and we’re sure 2017 will bring just as much enjoyment – kick started by an engagement shoot on the Norfolk coast in a couple of weeks and then our first wedding at the beginning of March. Bring it on!
100 of our fave moments await you below. A second blog post will shortly follow showing the hilarious, naughty, emotional and some times out right odd moments from some of our weddings this year. Just a bit of fun after all, but these silly moments make a wedding so special and it’s fun to have a giggle at some of the ‘bloopers’.