Lee & Jasmine / Kings Lynn Micro Wedding / COVID Can Do One!
I've been looking forward to this wedding for a couple of years.
It's the tattoos! Come on don't they look good!
We 1st met a couple of years ago and since then I've met up with Lee & Jasmine a good handful of times for different shoots, sometimes with the dog, sometimes with Jasmine's family, every time great photos.
Lee & Jasmine met in 2016, since then Jasmine has graduated from university, they've moved house a couple of times, gotten engaged down by the river and originally planned to get married in Norwich on their anniversary on the 2nd of July.
But Coronavirus had other plans!!!
Instead I met up with them in Kings Lynn for a shoot to celebrate the day that should have been.
And then they booked their October wedding to fit within the restrictions.
A micro wedding was the order of the day.
Bridal prep, groups and a newlywed shoot was my itinerary.
So the day started at Holly's, Jasmine's mums house.
Make up was by Beauty By Lois
Shoes by Kurt Keiger
Dress from City Brides, Norwich
And the intermittent weather was courtesy of the good ol' UK.
Raining, not raining, raining, not raining.
Suit by Ted Baker.
Whilst grabbing a few shots of Jasmine and her dad's car, I noticed some of the wedding party in the door mirror and I knew I'd spotted a memorable photo opportunity.
Only Lee, Jasmine and their two witnesses were allowed in the ceremony room and they all had to go in together. So Lee got to see his future wife before they wen't in.
By the looks of it, he was a happy man.
The next time we all see the couple they were married and had come to greet their guests, under cover, escaping the rain.
We all walked over to the quay for the group shots.
And then I got to photograph the happily married couple in one of my favourite locations for photos; the old cobbled streets and alley ways of King's Lynn.
There's so many amazing backdrops in this part of town.
That purple door!
I wonder what the lady thought who had to squeeze by us to get into her front door?!
I love this little alley.
And then back out on to the cobbles.
We met back up with the guests for a quick drink at The Rathskeller.
What's a wedding without a pint?
I posed for a few photos, well why not!
Had a little shoot with Jenessa and Harry.
And then we headed off to The Walks with Kelsey and Anthony.
It would have been rude not to use The Red Mount for wedding photographs!
The walks is a fantastic place right in the middle of King's Lynn with a variety of different spots for photos.