A Botanical, Boho Barn Wedding in Norfolk

  • This relaxed, boho great thing about a wedding will blow you away using its gorgeous styling and aesthetic, and it is a lovely and welcoming Norfolk barn venue.

    This is the marriage of Amie, who works in food and drinks marketing, and Steven, who works in sales for Google. They were married around the 26 May in the eighteenth century, near the pretty Norfolk village of Burnham Market.

    "Our wedding was built with a laid back, boho vibe, and included little touches in our London life within the Norfolk setting. Some in our flowers were from Columbia Road, and our photo booth is made by my stepdad with House of Hackney wallpaper."

    "I visited quite a lot of shops before finding my dress, and thus many times I thought I found the main one, however for some reason hesitated. As soon as I tried on my small dress, I knew it had been right."

    "It was built with a gorgeous shape skirt, and delicate lace around the top, with little petal-like sleeves. It just felt like it is made for me." 

    The bridesmaids wore an enchanting array of floral embroidered and embellished tulle dresses, in shades of blush, taupe, sage green, and blue bridesmaid dresses.

    "I had six bridesmaids, and I wanted these phones to wear something they loved, and something which felt individual to every one of them. I love feel times, and I was excited to find six dresses that were all different but with a similar theme. I were able to bag them in a sample sale – they remain my best bargain ever!"

    "I went for any shorter veil to show off the back from the skirt, and since it felt more enjoyable. It was additionally a fab match for that dress."

    "We met within our first week at Loughborough University. It certainly lusted in the beginning sight but I was a classic 'will they, won't they're for most in our uni experience. We finally got together within our final year, and fell deeply in love."

    Steven wore an incredible navy blue suit, having a grey Prince of Wales checked waistcoat, pairing it having a white shirt along with a navy blue knitted silk tie by using the dads and groomsmen wearing matching outfits.

    "He wore cufflinks from, along with a white pocket square from (both presents from me around the day). His shoes were double monk straps in black leather."

    Capturing all of the boho whimsy and laid-back great thing about the day was the photographer, whose gorgeous work we're featuring on our pages for the very first time today.

    "We love Megan Duffield's candid, honest photography and natural, romantic style. She's a remarkably talented photographer who became our friend throughout the wedding ceremony planning process. Megan was recommended in my experience via another photographer who I had been in touch with, and I'm honestly so thankful for your introduction."

    "The very first time we met Megan is in London for any little pre-wedding shoot. Steven wasn't overly keen on the idea of bimbling around our local haunts, stopping at each corner for cuddles in front of the camera, but his mood changed almost the moment Megan arrived. She put us at ease and that we had a lot of fun."

    Words of Wedded Wisdom

    "If you're not hiring a celebration planner, then I'd recommend allocating a number of your wedding ceremony as points of contact for suppliers and vendors around the day. It's a little boring and admin-y, however, it meant that I didn't have to worry about all of the other stuff within the morning before the ceremony because the whole gang was fully equipped to cope with any last-minute odds and ends."

    Article produced at: https://www.feeltimes.co.uk/