Elms Barn Wedding Photography- Amanda and Jack

bride and groom in sunflower field

Elms Barn Wedding Photography- Amanda and Jack

Here is a selection of Elms Barn Wedding Photography images taken at the lovely Elms Barn wedding of Amanda and Jack, just a few of my favourites, although the whole day was beautiful! I took a real shine to Amanda and Jack from the very first time I met them. They were warm and welcoming when I visited them at Amanda’s parents house and that theme continued into and throughout their wedding day. Amanda got ready at her parent’s house in Somerleyton whilst Jack and his band of groomsmen got ready at his and Amanda’s home in Belton.

Somerleyton Church was the venue for the ceremony which is set amongst stunning green fields and looked beautiful in the warm August sunshine. It was a bit of different experience for me as the parish rules dictated that I was restricted in where I could stand so I opted for the back of the church and the overlooking balcony from which I could get a different perspective of proceedings. From Somerleyton Church it was off to the ever popular Elms Barn for the reception and wedding breakfast. The couple must have ordered the premium weather package as the sun was shining strong all day and so we opted to go for a quiet walk after the meal just when the sun was setting to capture some of the beautiful and soft evening light. Elms Barn never fails to impress me with their beautifully manicured gardens, stunning sunflower fields and an ornate memorial garden, giving us a multitude of lovely places in which to take some photos of the happy couple. From there it was straight into evening proceedings and party time. I love it when a party gets going right from the off and this was no exception!

Here are some highlights from the day..

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