Engagement photography sessions like this are hard to beat! Lauren and Ian had booked me for their Norfolk Mead wedding and over a few emails decided on a bit of a different engagement session.
We started our engagement session at some church ruins on the Norfolk Coast. The weather was changeable: It was freezing cold and we’d had sleet, hail, some drizzle and freezing winds off the North Sea. The ruins provided little shelter from the wind!
I try and shoot an engagement photography session for all my couples because the benefits are so amazing. Lauren and Ian were both incredible and settled in to the shoot in moments. I captured some lovely moments of them in the ruins before we made for the nearest beach cafe to warm up, take on cake and coffee and catch up on all their wedding planning so far.
By the time we’d finished our coffees, the sun had come out and the wind calmed down a bit. This was perfect for the beach photos. I don’t need to tell you how much fun we had, just look at them both!
Keep an eye on the blog for more from their wedding later in the Summer. If they looked this good for their engagement photography session, they’ll be drop dead gorgeous on their wedding day.