This was our first ever wedding at The Assembly house Norwich and it didn’t disappoint. Nestled in the centre of Norwich and well known for it’s afternoon tea (we’re yet to go but we’ll let you know when we’ve tried it). The Assembly house is perfect if you want a city wedding with historic charm. This Grade I listed Georgian gem was designed by Thomas Ivory in 1754 and is now regarded as one of the most important buildings in Norwich. Perfect for small or larger weddings. If you’re in the early planning phases and looking for a wedding venue, take a look at this page: Norfolk wedding venues.
Sophie and David started their wedding day at home, then held their ceremony and wedding breakfast at the Assembly house.
Despite all the gloom arising from the pandemic, love will find a way! Weddings have changed, at least temporarily and couples are finding a way to get married within the new and ever altering rules. Tiny wedding photography is now a thing and we’re loving the challenge of giving epic photos in these new settings. Here’s the wedding of Sophie and David who made a tiny and special plan to get married with only their close family around them. 8 brilliant people made a big day happen in style!
We’ve really got to give special mention to the staff at The Assembly House Norwich, especially Naomi who did a spectacular job of arranging everything at short notice. Genuinely we were so impressed how perfect everything was and we can’t wait to get back to this beautiful venue for more wedding fun!