Tammy is one of my closest friends so I might be a biased whilst doing this write up. I’ll try not to bang on about how awesome her and Martin’s wedding was but I’m pretty sure the photos will say the same. It all took place on a very hot summer’s day in July at Godwick Great Barn. I always ask my couples about their ideas for the day and if there will be a theme – Tammy told me Martin’s response was “The theme is marriage.” Yup, it was marriage based but actually there was a common thread to this wedding that tied it all together and reflected Tammy and Martin’s personalities perfectly. Tammy works in marine conservation and Martin is a gardener and landscaper – both very keen naturalists and this came through in all the personal touches – from the table names and all the flowers being home grown to the outdoor ceremony surrounded by beautiful Norfolk countryside and readings featuring the writings of Darwin. It all started with some serene preparations at Godwick Hall and some bucks fizz, a bridesmaid (no names to be mentioned) lost her knickers – the only drama of the morning. The guests assembled and Martin looked pretty relaxed rocking his blue chequered shirt. The bridal party arrived by tractor (of course) and Tammy knocked everyone’s socks off, beaming down the aisle. Megan (Tammy’s friend) from Gosssip Wolf and the Fox played “All I want is you.” by Barry Louis Polisar. The ceremony took place under the blazing sun, guests all seated on hay bales, a gentle breeze kept it cool. The readings were the best I have EVER heard and completely personal to Martin and Tammy – their vows included making Tammy cups of tea – now why didn’t I think of that? There was another tractor ride, a medieval sword and many quintessentially English countryside touches – The Pimms was flowing and everyone smiled all day. The naked cake was cut with the huge scabbard. Later the He-Hews played the most brilliant set and Sophie did her Tina Turner impression – with impressive results as ever. Then they danced and danced and danced.