Lucy + Dan A Marquee Wedding Video Buckinghamshire

5th August 2017 Lucy + Dan a marquee wedding video Buckinghamshire

“Dan & Lucy met 10 years ago when Lucy was riding for Mandy and teaching Cara. They started dating five years ago after a young farmers party. They dated for two years, with Dan moving to Exeter for work. When Dan came back he moved to London and after a year, Lucy moved in. They bought their house in Chiswick together 18 months ago.’’

The day started with heavy rain, but it didn’t dampen the wedding spirits as guests started arriving to celebrate Lucy & Dan’s big day. It was a pleasure working alongside All people Photography on this local wedding, who also photographed my wedding 14 years ago! As guest took their seats amongst stunning flowers arranged by Sharron Hewland , Lucy entered to an eagerly waiting Dan dressed in a gorgeous San Patrick, Madelaine dress from Xquisite Bridal. With a punch to the air Dan sealed the marriage with a kiss and with hand in hand left to cheers and confetti. With the family farm as the venue the skies cleared, and the day continued under blue skies with guests enjoying canapés and champagne. With the day drawing to a close for me, we ended with some fantastic sunset footage, sparklers and a romantic first dance. Wishing you both all the best for the future!

 

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SOPHIE AND JAMES A MARQUEE WEDDING FILM, KENT

1st July 2017 Sophie And James A Marquee Wedding Film, Kent

The wedding of Sophie and James took place on the first of July, 2017 at St.  Margaret’s and the Old Barn grounds, it was indeed a lovely occasion. With so many weddings happening in so many styles, I was really glad Sophie and James chose a country wedding. For me, country weddings are usually relaxing and homely, providing unique moments to be captured. I especially loved the horse-drawn carriage ride.

Friends and family gathered that beautiful summer day to celebrate love and friendship with Sophie and James. Everyone radiated happiness and joy as they chatted. The bridesmaids’ carriage arrived first; they wore beautiful navy-blue dresses from Hayley Elizabeth Bridal boutique. Sophie alighted from her carriage in her dad’s arm looking like a fairy princess in a white ball gown, an exceptional piece from Victoria’s Bridal Boutique. Her makeup was perfectly done by expert hands from Gemma-Mac cosmetics.

Taking in the decor done nicely in cream and green colours, Sophie marched into the Church in her father’s arm, dazzling everyone with her contagious smile. Dressed in a black suit from Mia Sposa, with a cream-colored tie and a black shoe from Freya Rose, James waited patiently as his bride approached the altar. Repeating their vow in unison, they sounded like one soul in two bodies. Only love could create such effect.

The wedding reception was another colorful affair, especially the cake by Emma Page cakes was looked absolutely scrumptious. Cutting the cake together, the new couple performed the task with ease, without the usual jitters faced by newly-weds. The wedding reception was a colorful and every moment was captured by Barrie Downie a pleasure to work alongside.

One thing I can say is, Sophie and James are very happy together and are very comfortable with each other, an important basis for undying love. I am indeed grateful to have witnessed the memorable and intimate moments of Sophie and James. Forever is such a brief time for a love like yours. Congratulations!

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Sarah and Simon wedding video Hayes, 28th of June 2014

It was a typical British summer day when Sara and Simon tied the knot, but rain never put me off creating the best Buckinghamshire wedding video possible and this occasion was no different. Sara was a little late reaching the beautiful Grade I listed St Leonard’s Church in Old Warden and it was a visibly relieved Simon who breathed out as she drew up in a pristine Landaulette driven by White Doves Wedding Cars.

The strength of love and goodwill in the church was palpable. Sara had recently lost her beloved father, John, and it seemed as if the congregation of family and friends were doing all they could to help Sara and her mother through the wedding service. John’s presence was sorely missed but the love he felt for his daughter and future son-in-law was evident in the gorgeous celebration he had helped them to organise. Rain prevented our couple from having the traditional confetti shots outside the church, but they were greeted enthusiastically by their guests as they took shelter in the marquee.

I loved filming this wedding video Hayes. It was a fantastic blend of traditional and contemporary, with a fresh blue and white seaside scheme and simple accessories used very effectively. In a play on their surname each table was named after a fish, nautical bunting added colour to the all-white marquee, and Sylvie’s Cake Creations made a stylish tiered cake decorated with coral and shells. The seaside theme extended out into the grounds where the rain had eased up and guests reclined in striped deck chairs, tucking into ice-cream and fish and chips, playing cricket and making good use of the photo booth and props housed in a vintage caravan.

Congratulations Mr and Mrs Fisher. Thank you for letting me be part of your special day.

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Laura & Shaune wedding videos Buckinghamshire, 14th July 2012

A wet July 2012 filming Laura & Shaune’s wedding videos Buckinghamshire, the chef & manager at the Pheasant Pub in Brill tied the knot on one of the only dry days in July. The reception was held in a marquee on Laura family’s farm near Weedon in Buckinghamshire, with the rain holding out a great party was had by all.


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