Jennie & Edward Wedding Video Moor Park Mansion, 26th of July 2014
Jennie and Edward decided on the grand setting of Moor Park Mansion for their summer wedding celebration. With roots going back more than three hundred years, the mansion’s solid history was fitting for a couple who met when they were three years old, and a fantastic location to make a wedding video Hertfordshire.
Edward and Jennie tied the knot in a traditional ceremony at Holy Rood Catholic Church in Watford. Jennie channelled 1950s glamour in her choice of Sassi Holford “Paola” strapless gown, to which she added a stylish lace overlay for her ceremony and photos, while her bridesmaids were elegant in pink. All the women carried bouquets crammed full of summer peonies and roses accented with soft green eucalyptus leaves, which were handcrafted by Two Girls and Some Flowers. Jennie and her bridesmaids were well taken care of by hair stylist Julie Lilley and make-up artist Ana Ospina.
Following the ceremony, the couple were showered with confetti before being driven by Pageant Chauffeur to Moor Park Mansion in a vintage Rolls Royce. Sticking with the vintage theme, they arranged for their guests to be conveyed to the reception venue in an old red London bus, which was dwarfed by the magnificent scale of the Georgian building. Photographer Fiona Kelly and I were spoiled for choice of backdrops.
The weather behaved itself and it was a happy, chatty group of guests who enjoyed canapés and cocktails on the front steps. Toastmaster Nick Grant kept things running smoothly and had everyone enthusiastically counting down to the cutting of the Queen of Hert’s wedding cake. The dancing was some of the most energetic I’ve ever seen, thanks in no small part to the band, Tommy T and the BellTones. When they weren’t getting down on the dance floor, guests made good use of the facilities provided by The Vintage Photobooth Company.
If Jennie and Edward’s life is even half as wonderful as their wedding day, I am sure they will be very happy. Congratulations!