Married at the Meare - Thorpeness Meare Suffolk Wedding Photography
Post Date: Sunday, 28 February 2021
Thinking back on this wedding which was so full of colour, fun, traditions and love! A beautiful day in May was the setting for Dylan & Rosie's special day at Thorpeness Meare on the Suffolk Coast. This was my first time working with the lovely Tori & Caroline from "The Wed Planners". These 2 are a dream, they will take your vision and help you make it more than you could have imagined. Definietely check out what they have to offer, they made the day run so smoothly and were so much fun to work with, I would definitely recommend them. So many aspects of this wedding celebrated a joining of cultures, and lots of traditions were respected and woven throughout the day. It made for a beautiful and 100% unique wedding to shoot. I always think back to this day with fond memories, and I'm so pleased these guys chose us to capture their special day.
Labels: Beach, Boats, Costal, East Coast, Rowing, Suffolk, Thorpeness, Thorpeness Meare, Wedding Photography
posted by Manda (Hello Romance Photography) @ 10:02, ,
Westleton Crown Wedding, Dunwich Beach Wedding Photo-shoot - Louise and David
Post Date: Tuesday, 28 June 2016
It seems we've been overrun with friendly couples recently, and that's certainly not a complaint! Louise and David were lovely from the moment we met them. They had absolutely stunning hot weather for their wedding at the Westleton Crown.
Louise got ready at The Ship at Dunwich, before being driven in her own Mazda MX5 to the wedding, which was held at the Westleton Crown.
There was a bit of an origami theme, with Louise and David having made countless little paper cranes, and the wedding favours (should we call it wedding stationery?) was literally that - paper and instructions for the guests to fold their very own origami creations.
You can always rely on a friendly welcome and incredible food at this pub restaurant, with Gareth and the team working their wonders.
It's always great to be back at the Crown. Its location meant we could nip off to Dunwich beach with Louise and David for some fun, quirky wedding photos down by the sea. We also popped round the corner to the ruins of Greyfriars medieval friary.
Labels: Alternative Wedding Photography, Beach, DIY Wedding, Dunwich, gorgeous, Modern, Quirky, Short Wedding Dress, Suffolk Wedding Photography, Tea-length wedding dress, Westleton, Westleton Crown
posted by Dave Bulow @ 07:17, ,