Elsie and David’s wedding was absolutely stunning from start to finish, and I loved every minute of photographing their gorgeous day; capturing all of the beautiful details and all the original touches along the way. Elsie comes from a Norfolk farming family so the wedding reception was held on her parents farm, which had been made so lovely for the event, with a wild flower meadow, bunting, hay bales, tea lights, and flags representing all of the different nationalities of the guests. The food came from local farms with catering by The Movable Feast and was a wonderful traditionally English affair. Elsie’s classy, figure skimming dress was from The Tailor’s Cat , and the beautiful, country style flowers were done by Elizabeth’s. David is an avid flyer in his spare time and the couple wanted to bring that into the day; they decided on an air display for their guests, which was performed in an Extra 330SC by one of the world’s best aerobatic pilots, Mark Jefferies. The couple also had some very special cars involved in their wedding which were loaned to them by family friends. The bride and her father drove to the cathedral in a 1930s Rolls Royce Phantom II, previously owned by George Harrison of the Beatles, and the groom drove a 1970s Aston Martin DBS Vantage, which even I thought was gorgeous and I know nothing about cars. The ceremony was performed by David’s uncle in Norfolk Cathedral with the most heavenly lighting you can imagine. The day was rounded off with everyone dancing their way into the early hours to the fantastic band Licence to Ceilidh. What an epic day.