Kara & Tim wedding Video Great Fosters, 15th of August 2014

It doesn’t matter how many wedding video Surrey I film, the strength of the sentiment behind a wedding never ceases to touch me. It was no different when Kara and Tim Urquhart were married.
The couple chose the parish church of St Mary the Virgin in Denham for their traditional ceremony. Kara was the epitome of a beautiful English rose as she followed her three bridesmaids down the aisle where Tim was waiting – a little nervously, it has to be said, but it’s rare to find a groom who doesn’t feel a mixture of excitement and nerves as he waits to say his vows. The weather was perfect for a summer wedding, with the only rain being the confetti thrown over the newlyweds as the left the church to the accompaniment of pealing bells.
The happy couple took time out for wedding photographer David Morgan of Make Time Stand Still to do his thing, enjoying the chance to sip chilled sparkling wine from the seat of their vintage limousine before being taken to Great Fosters in Egham. Once a Tudor hunting lodge, the venue boasts a spectacular barn which was decorated with hundreds of twinkling fairy lights and flowers by Tarnia Williams of Flowers 4 Weddings. Jenny North provided the classic tiered wedding cake and, once it had been cut, Kara and Tim took to the dance floor for their first dance together as husband and wife.
Everything came together like a dream for this wedding video Surrey: the location, the weather, and the amazing couple and their guests who had a fantastic time celebrating Tim and Kara’s union. It was a brilliant day and I wish the new Mr and Mrs Urquhart a long and happy marriage.

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Garry and Suzanne wedding video The Manor Weston on the green, 9th of August 2014

A fantastic day greeted Garry and Suzanne as they prepared for their wedding ceremony at The Manor Weston-on-the-Green in Oxfordshire. Their plans for an outdoor ceremony were able to go ahead and it was a very happy couple who exchanged vows in the dappled shade of the arbour, watched by their children, family, and friends in the Knot Garden. Their crisp white and purple colour scheme looked sensational against the rich green of the hedges and manicured lawns, making it a breeze for photographer Aaron Collett to get some stunning shots.

It was clear from the beginning that Garry and Suzanne had definite ideas about what would make their day perfect, from the way their children were included in the preparation and ceremony, to the naming of each table after different Ferrari models. After canapés and drinks on the lawn everyone made their way into the Baron’s Hall for a top-class meal, followed by the cutting of the cake and first dance. The Old Washoe band had everyone on the dancefloor with their blend of blues and rock, and the party was rounded off with an impressive firework display that lit up the grounds.

I always get a kick out of filming a wedding video Oxfordshire, but it’s even more of a pleasure when the sun is shining and everything comes together the way it should. Garry and Suzanne are a confident couple who created a wedding day which represented their relationship, combining their individual passions into a unique and beautiful occasion that everyone enjoyed. It was a true family affair and I am happy to wish them a lifetime of joy together.

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Chris and Angela Oxford Wedding Video St Edmund Hall, 2nd of August 2014

It is interesting to film a wedding where the bride and groom come from two different countries. It isn’t always an easy process, but watching how they integrate their cultures and introduce their families is a good indication of what their marriage will be like and, judging from the efforts Chris and Angela have made, theirs will be even more wonderful than their wedding day.

The ceremony was held in St Edmund Hall in Oxford, in an intimate wood-panelled room where Angela and Chris’ vows could be heard clearly by their family and friends. The dark wood was offset perfectly by Angela’s beautiful white dress and the magnificent floral creations from Daisies Flower Shop. Rain didn’t delay photographer Mike Fear from getting his group shots on the green, and it wasn’t long before the wedding guests were climbing aboard a vintage red London bus for their journey to the reception venue.

The luxurious Oxford Thames Four Pillars Hotel was a stunning location for this wedding video Oxford. The sun had banished the last of the rain clouds and it was a pleasure filming the happy couple as they strolled along the bank of the Thames. After a delicious meal guests were treated to a very special first dance. It was clear from the slick performance that Chris and Angela had put a considerable amount of thought and effort into every aspect of their celebration, and their enjoyment was clear as Chris lifted and spun his willowy bride to everyone’s delight.

Angela and Chris’ day was sheer romance, from the bridesmaid’s pleated coral chiffon dresses, to the soft pink and white colour scheme, flower petal confetti, and the sculptural swags on the cake by The Cake Shop. It was a treat to have been involved in this elegant event. Congratulations!

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