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Annabel & Dan | Northrepps Church & Elm Farm, Norwich, Norfolk

Our day began at Northrepps Church; we were greeted by a very nervous Groom and extremely excited mother, Wendy. Very soon the churchyard was crowded with a palette of colourful dresses and happy faces and one by one they made their way into the church. Minutes later, a London themed wedding party Double Decker bus pulled into the driveway.

One of the church’s best features is the stairway leading to a balcony that overlooks the entire church. Just after Annabel and the rest of the wedding congregation entered the church, Ryan made his way up to the balcony. This allowed us to capture every part of the ceremony in different viewpoints and angles.

After confetti throwing, guests catching up with one another and some beautiful shots around the church grounds, everyone boarded the vintage London bus for the spectacular wedding reception at Elm Farm Country House, Norfolk.

Wedding London Double Decker Bus arriving at Northrepps Church, Bus and Us, Norfolk

Groomsmen duty, Northrepps Church Cromer, Norfolk

Bridal Party entering Northrepps Church

Wedding at Northrepps Church, Cromer, Norfolk

Bride and Groom signing the register at Northrepps Church, Cromer, Norfolk

Bride and Groom with their child covered in confetti, Northrepps Church, Cromer, Norfolk

Newly weds sitting in the field by Northrepps Church, Norfolk

Wedding guests at Northrepps Church

Flower Girl and Page Boy playing in Northrepps Church Yard

Newly Weds outside front entrance to Northrepps Church, Norfolk

Black & White Photograph of newly weds kissing on vintage London Double Decker Bus, Northrepps Church, Norfolk

Bride on the spiral staircase in red Double Decker Bus

Wedding party stood laughing at Flower Girl, Elm Farm Country House

Bride sitting on the grass with her Flower Girl

Groom & Groomsmen holding Bride, Elm Farm Country House

Wedding Cake on top of a rustic wooden box

Black and White photo of Bride & Groom's First Dance, Elm Farm Country House

Vendors loved by Woodrow and Cook


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