1st September 2012
Albion Days is an awesome woodland venue set in Norfolk just outside Norwich, In my opinion it’s one of the best outdoor wedding venues within Norfolk.
I was so thrilled to be chosen by Emma and Jack as their wedding photographer, and as this booking had been in the diary since last year I had been looking forward to it for a long time.
If you don’t know a lot about Albion days then I’ll give you an insight to the day and hopefully tell Emma and Jacks story with my images.
Albion days is set within a Victorian orchard at the rear of an old rectory, the calm ambience of the orchard hosts the perfect setting for a wedding. lined with medieval yurts that combine chill out areas and activities for the children.
I met Emma at 9am for breakfast and bridal prep within the rectory, accompanied by her bridesmaids and mum they were set excited for the day ahead.
My second shooter for the day was Jo she met Jack and the lads who kicked the day off with a 20 year old Malt whiskey.
The ceremony was taken by Emma’s uncle and flowed in every perfect way.
Emma and Jack entertained the guests with lawn games for the adults and wand making for the children.
An awesome day was had by all.