It was a beautiful but cold Saturday morning on the 10th December when we arrived at Ingoldisthorpe for the preparation of the wedding of Mr & Mrs Keir.
The cottage where Katie was getting ready was a cosy but relaxed atmosphere. Hair and Make-up were underway and everyone was getting themselves breakfast.
One by one the bridesmaids and the then the bride became ready and excited to start the day's celebrations!
In the meantime Ross and his friends were at the town hall beautifying it for everyone to see later.
Once bride and groom were ready, the bride looking beautiful in her full length dress and the groom looking dapper in traditional Scottish attire, it was time for the guests to board the red double decker bus and make their way to the very secluded St. Michaels church in Ingoldisthorpe,
Waiting patiently at the top of the aisle Ross waited for his bride to be. In came Katie gracefully arm in arm with her father ready to become Mrs Keir.
Emerging from the church as Mr & Mrs Keir Katie and Ross were congratulated in a bridal receiving line as guests left the church to once again board the bus back to the reception venue.
Kings Lynn Town hall was the impressive venue for Katie and Ross’ reception. We have never visited this venue before and we loved the beautiful, high ceilinged, main hall. It is a gorgeous venue for a beautiful couple to celebrate their wedding day in.
The party began, guests mingled, ate, drank, photo booth’d and danced the night away.
We are very privileged to have been asked to capture the wedding of the new Mr & Mrs Keir and we wish them a very happy and prosperous future together with their little boy Tommy.