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Suffolk Farm Wedding Photography

Daisy and Charlie, where to begin with this one. First of all It was my first time shooting as a Suffolk wedding photographer in the lovely Suffolk landscape. I can’t believe it took me this long to travel up to this beautiful park of the country, and now I can’t wait to be back and explore more wedding venues. 

The ceremony was held at St Edmunds church in Southwold. St Edmund’s church is rich in history and was a lovely choice. I was super impressed with the decor, and the lovely natural light bouncing around the halls. 

It was a beautiful ceremony, full of emotional moments for me to record, including a cheeky glance between the parents, and a few brides tearing up during the vow exchange. 

I love nothing more than capturing natural moments, and I am always on the lookout for those little glances between the bride and groom. 

For me wedding photography is more than just capturing snap shots of the couple and guest. It’s about telling stories, and describing the emotions and feeling the couple felt during the day. To achieve this I blend into your day, more like a guest and less like a photographer. 

 After exchanging vows and becoming husband and wife, the couple zoomed off to the family farm, where they spent the rest of the day and evening drinking Champagne, mingling with guests, and having a bloody good party! 

The following images are just a small selection from the full set. I hope you enjoy them! If you are planning a wedding, and looking for Suffolk Wedding photographers, then I would love to hear from you! Even though I am based in London, I cover areas all over the UK and more than happy to travel!

Feel free to get in touch and start a conversation 🙂

The morning was so chilled. The bride spent the morning at her family farmhouse in a very beautiful rural location. I absolutely loved the house, and what the family have created, and today call home. It was full of quirky features, and the light was just perfect that day. 

Being a family farm, means lots prep work before the wedding. This image was taken on an 26mm, and captures mum doing some last minute prep before the guest arrive. Dreamy setup!

My photography style is more than just focusing on the bride and groom. It’s really important for me to keep an eye on your family in the backgrounds, and find precious moments to record. This is an image of the birde’s parents having a little cheeky smile. I absolutely love moments like this as I know the bride will love to see what was happening behind the scenes. 

Beautiful voice by this incredible lady. Her voice echoed through the church, a few tears were seen from the bride. This photo is a classic example of my layering technique.This style of photography includes layerings multiple people in 1 photo to show context and tell a more convincing story of the moment. 

Just married! It’s time to head off for the reception to start the party.  A little behind the scenes story….The bride was actually supposed to arrive and leave in the families Morris Minor, but sadly it broke down on the way to church! It was uncles Land Rover Discovery that came to the rescue to make sure the bride got the church on time! 

Always remember to look around the room during the speeches. There are so many moments happening, and waiting to be documented. 

Suffolk Wedding Photographer / Daisy & Charlie Farm wedding