Carol + Young Milton Hill House wedding film, Oxfordshire
14th October 2017 Carol + Young Milton Hill House wedding film, Oxfordshire
Weddings are the best representation of happiness. They are so magical and seeing two individuals tie the knot and promise to stay by each other’s side through thick and thin is so heartwarming. This is exactly how I felt during Carol and Young’s Japanese wedding video Oxfordshire. The couple tied the knot on 14 October 2017 at the Milton Hill House. It was such a breathtaking venue.
Carol wore a stunning white lace dress from Bicester Bridal that draped her body perfectly. It was a pure example of simplicity and elegance combined into one. Her white lace-up shoes were equally beautiful and something every bride would want to wear on her special day. The shoes were from Perfect Vintage while the bows and ribbons were added by PamicDolls. Carol’s hair was tied into an elegant braid with beads and some curled loose ends framed her face, a great masterpiece by Katie-Jane Whitlock. She did not wear too much makeup and I was amazed at how fresh she looked, probably beaming of excitement. Her makeup artist was Chris Howells and she surely did a splendid job of keeping it natural.
Watching the couple talk, laugh and kiss, we can easily tell that apart from being in love, they are very good friends; the type of friends who aren’t afraid to be themselves in front of each other.
Carol and Young were joined by their close family members and friends on their special day. It was a Japanese inspired wedding with exquisite flower arrangement from Violet Gardens and the decorations from The Final Flourish. There was even a decadent chocolate fountain from Chocolate Fondue Company and a cake by Reindeer Café.
The bride and groom’s faces were beaming with happiness and excitement as they made their vows and sealed the deal with rings from Purely Diamonds and Carbon 6. Every moment of joy, togetherness and contentment was caught on camera by me and watching their Japanese wedding film made me almost tear up! I wish the happy couple a lifetime together and may their love continue to grow and flourish.