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Anna and Geoff Wedding video blog Stoke Park

Anna and Geoff Wedding video blog Stoke Park

On the 5th of December 2015, Anna & Geoff said “I do” at Stoke Park Buckinghamshire. The backdrop of their wedding video Stoke Park Buckinghamshire was just simply perfect for their special day. A private sporting and leisure estate in Stoke Poges, Buckinghamshire, the regal Mansion is located in the middle of 300 acres of parkland, lakes, gardens and monuments. As the wedding video starts, Anna’s daughter sings the James Bond theme. What a spectacular talent and gift to her mother. Their love and bond is so evidently strong. The ladies enjoyed champagne and styling in the bridal suite while the gentlemen were suited and booted in tuxedo tales. A royal winter wedding, the bride looked absolutely stunning as she floated down the aisle in her fitted wedding dress accented with a fur bolero. The two shared the token of marriage with the exchange of rings and vows to love and cherish one another, as well as all of their beautiful children. The reception was simple, elegant and basked in white light. From white linens to white roses, and candles galore. The laughter and cheers shared within toasts to Jeff and Anna was more than perfect and summed up the gorgeous relationship between the happy couple and their blended family! The reception organised by TMB Entertainment was truly one to remember! From the naked wedding cake, the live entertainment, the sparkling dance floor, the first dance, and every loving moment in between — love truly filled the air! Especially on the very packed dance floor. The guests really made this affair one to remember, too. Thank you, Anna and Geoff, for allowing us to help preserve your beautiful memories. We hope the rest of your life together is one full of laughter, joy, and love. Just as the day, you said, “I do!”

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Leanne and James Stoke Park video blog

Leanne and James Stoke Park video blog

It was an idyllic day in Buckinghamshire when Leanne and James joined together in marriage. September 11th of two-thousand fifteen marked a truly special day for this beautiful couple, the day they celebrated their love and said “I do.”

“Quite simply, you’re the love of my life.”

Leanne looked like a princess in an ethereal beaded dress which enhanced her figure and set off her beautiful face and hair perfectly. The bride and her father arrived in a lovely Rolls-Royce to walk down the aisle where she would join hands with her husband-to-be. Her beautiful blue eyes sparkled with love as she gazed into his eyes and spoke her vows. You know these two will truly love and cherish each other for the rest of their lives.

“I feel so lucky to know we’re going to spend the rest of our lives together.”

James and Leanne left the ceremony to the cheers and applause of their closest friends and family as they were showered in confetti and love. They shared a sweet kiss before heading off to the reception at the absolutely stunning Stoke Park, which hosted both a James Bond film as well as Bridget Jones! The guests were serenaded by a wonderful saxophone player, and enjoyed spending quality time with cocktails and laughter. A flower girl and page boy may even have stolen a kiss!

Their first dance was a romantic sway where they exchanged a few sweet words with each other, tuning out the entire room to focus solely on each other. The lucky horseshoe dangled over James’s shoulder as they danced, reminding all of the sweet tradition of why we keep the horseshoe in a U shape: so the luck doesn’t fall out. The cutting of the cake was a lovely moment shared by the couple, his hand on top of hers. It seemed like Leanne and James were always touching, perhaps to confirm that the moment was real and they were well and truly married. It was these moments, captured by the photographer, David Bostock, that will live forever in both memory and pictures.

The emotion shared in the Father of the Bride’s speech was palpable, and he was truly moved to see his daughter’s happiness fulfilled. There wasn’t a dry eye in the room after his words – I know I had a tear in mine! It was such a genuine pleasure to be part of this special day, Leanne and James. Thank you for allowing me to capture your memories, and I sincerely wish you the most happiness in the world.

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Heather and Sandy Wedding video Blog

Heather and Sandy wedding video Blog Stoke Park 11th April 2015

On the 11th of April 2015, nothing can quite sum up how exquisitely beautiful it was to be a part of the wedding of Heather & Sandy. Heather, an actor in the UK, appearing in theater and film, was proposed to during a theater performance. Sandy had it all planned out. Even the stage crew were in on the surprise! Their wedding video filmed at Stoke Park Buckinghamshire was an absolute pleasure to be a part of — simply because of the pure love that filled the air that day. While the famous golf course, known for filmography in both James Bond and Bridget Jones, served as one priceless backdrop the couple added an element of romance all their own. From the “oohs and ahhs,” as the girls saw the dress designed by Ellie Sanderson, down to the pop of pink in one brilliant pair of Jimmy Choos, Heather sparkled as one blushing bride. The bridal suite was all a flutter with bubbly and beautiful bridesmaids while the groomsmen looked absolutely smashing in their tales. While the bride shared one last moment with her father, the church filled with family and friends from afar. Nothing quite brought a tear to the eye like the smile on Sandy’s face when he finally turned to see, Heather, his beautiful bride. Classic, elegant and full of charm, this wedding was one to go down in the history of great love affairs. Their reception kicked off with a champagne reception. Followed by photography with David Bostock. Guests finally gathered to celebrate the happy couple as they cut the cake, enjoyed their first dance on a sparkling dance floor, and simply loved one another as a new bride and groom should.

Congratulations to Heather and Sandy! May the rest of your days be as happy as the day you said: “I do.”