I travelled over into the glorious countryside of Shropshire to be Kate and Kurt’s Hundred House Wedding Photographer. The Hundred House is situated in the charming village of Norton and has been awarded best town venue in the West Midlands 2018 and 2019. It was great to have my first opportunity to work alongside the dedicated wedding team of this family run venue, to create special memories for Kate and Kurt on their Wedding day.
I firstly met up with the bridal party at Kate’s parent’s house in Ketley. Kate was making her final preparations ahead of the ceremony which was being held at The Church of St Mary’s, just around the corner.
The weather was a bit windy to put it mildly, but as it was time to head for church Kate and her Dad still enjoyed the walk through the churchyard. Once inside the warmth of the stone walls of this charming Grade II listed church Kate and Kurt, together with their guests enjoyed a very personal service.
After the ceremony as the weather was still very poor we made the most of the beautiful interior inside the church to capture family photos before we braved the elements for a confetti shot. Parked outside the churchyard ready and waiting was a vintage red London bus for everyone to jump aboard and enjoy the ride over to The Hundred House 🙂
A lucky break in the weather meant Kate, Kurt and their two children could head straight out into the enchanting gardens of The Hundred House for family photos and portraits. The amazing gardens and the array of daffodils creating lovely backdrops for the photos.
It was not long before the heavens opened again so it was a quick dash into the 17th Century rustic barn for the rest of the days proceedings. Inside the gorgeously decorated oak beamed barn Kate, Kurt and all their guests enjoyed the wedding breakfast and speeches, followed by an evening of partying and celebrations.