Jo + Elliott Hedingham Castle wedding video, Essex

16th September 2017 Jo + Elliott’s Hedingham Castle wedding video, Essex

 ”Jo and I first met through our mutual friend Laura (one of Jo’s bridesmaid’s). I had known Laura since I was 14 years old. Laura met Jo several years later at University, sharing Halls in their first year and living with each other in their Uni house in their second year.Jo and I were friends for many years, but circumstance dictated that we were never single at the time. After many years of friendship, fate finally placed us in a situation where we both available.At a fireworks party hosted by Laura and Rick (Jo’s Bridesmaid and my Usher) in 2012, I finally made my move and plucked up the courage to ask Jo out on a date.  After that very first trip to the Drunken Monkey in Shoreditch, here we are just over 5 years’ later as husband and wife!”

Jo + Elliott Hedingham Castle wedding video your very own Norman castle one of the best romantic locations I have ever had the pleasure in filming, Hedingham Castle is privately owned and slowly and lovingly being restored to it’s former glory. Built in 1140 that’s over 877years ago and still remains in the family, I can see why Jo + Elliott decided to get married here it is simply stunning!

The English weather a mix of rain and sun during the day didn’t dampen the wedding cheer, and as the preparations finished it was soon time for Elliott to take his place in the castle and await his future bride. Jo arrived in a stunning bespoke wedding dress by Karen Millen and sporting a great pair of shoes also by Karen! Elliot looked on as Jo walked down the isle in his magnificent setting, a truly stunning wedding service unfolded and was sealed with a kiss and cheer from the guests.

The Georgian house hosted the cheer as guests enjoyed champagne and canapés, whilst myself and the amazing photographer Voyteck captured some magical photos and footage from around the venue. The day finished for me capturing Jo & Elliott’s first dance, as I said my goodbyes the night looked like it being. Here’s to you Jo & Elliot a wonderful wedding, and all the best for the future!

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LUCY + OSMAN ROYAL AUTOMOBILE ASSOCIATION WEDDING FILM, SURREY

9th September 2017 Lucy + Osman Royal automobile association wedding film, Surrey

You know when you reach that certain age in life when you’re ready to settle down? That was how Lucy and Osman felt about their lives, which makes them perfect for each other. They both were well aware of what they want and the decision to tie the knot was like a cherry on top.

The wedding took place at The Royal Automobile Club on 9th September 2017 which was a beautiful destination to hold such a precious event.

Lucy looked like a real-life princess in a breathtaking white wedding dress by Love Bridal. Her dress had to be accompanied by equally stunning accessories and that is exactly what Rainbow Club delivered in terms of shoes. As for the ring and jewelry, those were from Rapheal. Suzanne Smith, the makeup artist kept it simple and brought our Lucy’s natural beauty. Beautiful curls framed the bride’s face, all thanks to Joanna Maguire from Bella and Bride.

The wedding preps started the day after Osman proposed and the outcome of Lucy’s planning and preparing was truly remarkable. From the venue to flower décor by Mad Lilies, everything was just perfect. Other décor included sophisticated chair covers by Host With Style and a pleasantly appealing Marquee by Carron Marquees. And how can we forget about the Magic Mirror from Shutterbox Photobooths; that was a fun addition to the wedding décor!

Lucy and Osman were joined by their friends and family members on their special day and everyone at the celebration had a story to tell about the bride and groom. A special and heartwarming toast was given by Lucy’s sister, who was also the Maid of Honour. The lilac dresses worn by the Maid of Honour and Bridesmaid were courtesy of Nabbd.

During the reception, the couple shared their first dance with the music played by Black and Gold/ String Trio; they surely know how to keep the audience engaged with their songs. Each moment from walking down the aisle to the couple’s first dance was captured by Gemma Chase Photography.

At the end of the day, Lucy and Osman looked happy and excited to start the next chapter of their lives together. I wish them the best of luck!

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Daisie + Chris Sudbury House wedding film, Oxfordshire

8th September 2017 Daisie + Chris Sudbury House wedding film, Oxfordshire

 When two close friends decide to tie the knot and start a life together, that’s the best decision ever. That is exactly what Daisie and Christopher did; two amazing and kind souls came together as one on 8th September 2017 at Sudbury House Hotel.

The happy couple’s family and friends were a huge part of the celebration and every single face was beaming during the entire event. Best man, bridesmaids and groomsmen; everyone was a big part of everything and both the bride and groom were delighted to be surrounded by their loved ones.

Daisie and Christopher had been living together for 4 years, so they both knew that they would end up spending their lives together. The deal was sealed when Christopher proposed and that is when the wedding preps began.

Wedding décor was absolutely stunning and the floral arrangement by our friends over at Fabulous Flowers made things even better. Just like the decorations, the food was exquisite as well all thanks to Sudbudy House/ Rupert Belcher (Perfect Porker).

The wedding dress by Proposals Whitney made Daisie look the star of the event (which she actually was). The delicate white lace constructed into a sleeveless V-neck dress that draped the bride’s body beautifully was a true masterpiece. Seagis (makeup artist) and Emily Murray (hairstylist) all played a role in making sure that Daisie looked stunning on her special day. Her ring and jewelry were from Michael Lyons which went with the dress very well.

The bridesmaids wore elegant pastel blue dresses also by Proposals Witney. Christopher and his best man and groomsmen wore suits from Dominos Witney which made them look like true gentleman.

The huge white tiered cake was from Diane Herd and the married couple surely had a fun time cutting it. The Sudbury House Wedding Film captured the ceremony in moving form and the still images were taken by Jacqueline Cross.

Before the wedding was over, the couple enjoyed their first dance with music by Star Sound Express. For Daisie and Christopher, it’s all about teamwork and that could clearly be seen throughout the ceremony. They surely make the best team without a doubt!

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