Vebjorn and Lucy met 4 years ago at University in Edinburgh. And they were quickly hooked on each other. The love between them was easy to spot in what was an absolutely amazing wedding in the beauty of the Malvern Hills this weekend.
A really beautiful service in a church, with a scratch-choir of friends from all over Europe, Norwegian Traditional dress, a stunning Oxfam supplied dress, homemade deserts and a DIY decorated church hall, this wedding was a shining example of where and how you spend money for a wedding. Just because you have a budget, it doesn’t mean you have to scrimp and scrape things together. A bit of creativity, a bit of vision, a lot of hard work and ‘Hurra’ (as they say in Norway) you will have a little bit of perfection in a village hall in Malvern.
Yes, Lucy’s dress IS from Oxfam. And how gorgeous is it! That veil! And it matched the wonderful Norwegian traditional clothes of Vebjorn and his family - did I say they were from Bergan in Norway? Yep…Bergan meets Malvern, via Edinburgh and London. It’s a wedding no self-respecting Shropshire wedding photographer can miss out on! Along with my trusty sidekick, Cath (from Cath Prescott Photography) we photographed this wedding until it couldn’t be photographed any more! And both of us had a great time doing it!
But enough of me wittering on…here’s a sneak peak of their gallery…