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Emma and Jon Walton Hall wedding video blog

Emma and Jon Walton Hall wedding video blog

I know I’ve said it before, but this time is a little different. Jon and Emma make such a lovely duo, it’s hard not to say their wedding was my favourite! August 29th dawned bright and beautiful, ready to shine love down onto all who attended the wedding at Walton Hall in Warwickshire.

“There aren’t many couples that have been through what we have in the early stages of the relationship, and come out the other side – let alone being stronger. You’re not just my wife, but you’re my best friend.”

Emma wasn’t just a beautiful bride she was also a thoughtful bride. From the beautiful embroidered robes gifted to her bridesmaids to the ultra-flattering gowns she chose for them, she made the day a perfect experience for everyone involved. They laughed and joked while getting ready, and everyone arrived to the ceremony looking absolutely stunning. The bride looked marvelous in a form-fitting confection of a dress, which simply offset her beauty rather than covered it! She carried a gorgeous array of Calla Lilies down the aisle.

All of the gentlemen in the wedding party looked dapper and tremendously handsome, excited to be part of this beautiful day. The page boy carried a sweet sign as well as a lovely ring box, which he very courteously handed over to the wedding celebrant. The photographer, Danielle King, was everywhere, making sure she captured every moment of the day in vivid detail.

The reception had so many sweet touches, it’s hard to say which was the loveliest! The card box was an actual post box, which everyone exclaimed over when they placed their cards inside. The seats were indicated on a family tree, and listed on the tables in sweet damask shaped frames. The dinner was intimate and inclusive, with a long table set at which everyone could mingle. The guest book was wooden hearts that everyone could sign then drop into a glass-front box for Jon and Emma to display as a memory of their special day forever.

The best part may have been the cake – which wasn’t a cake at all! It was a stunning tower of delicious wheels of cheese, topped with a custom “Mr and Mrs Morris.” There was a roving magician charming everyone with card tricks, and finally – there was a group picture where everyone in attendance formed a giant heart on the lawn.

It was one of the most special wedding days I’ve had the pleasure of taking video of, and I’m so glad I got to be part of it. I wish all of the best in the future for you, Emma and Jon!