28th September 2019 Jasmine & Eisuke wedding video | Buckinghamshire videographer

Our Love Story

How did you guys meet?
Jasmine is Malaysian and Eisuke is Japanese. The wedding will have themes from both our cultures.
Tell me a bit about the two of you, what do you guys do? How do you spend your time?
Jasmine is an obstetrician and spends most of her time delivering babies. Eisuke works for a Japanese drinks company and is a massive Liverpool fan. We enjoy watching sports , cooking and eating good food and travelling.
How did the proposal go down? (all the gushy details, I love this bit!)
Like all good proposals it did not go exactly according to plan. Jasmine forgot she was on call and came home late at 11pm. However, the answer was obviously yes.
How did you choose your wedding venue(s)?
We wanted a family friendly venue with beautiful gardens and on site accommodation/ parking. We fell in love when we visited Stoke Place on a whim on a random Sunday. It is also in Buckinghamshire where Eisuke grew up, and not too far from London, where we both live.
What sort of experience do you want your guests to have?
We wanted to include all our friends’ children so decided to have a child friendly wedding. We want everyone to have a good time in a relaxed setting and enjoy the amazing food at Stoke Place Hotel.
Can you describe some of the details and stylings, does your wedding have a theme?
Cherry blossom elements from Japan form the centerpieces of the tables. There will be origami cranes both as decoration and in each napkin fold. The wedding cake has elements of Malaysian (pandan tier) and Japanese (Yuzu tier) with traditional Malaysian snacks during drinks.
What was the hardest decision during the planning?
Picking an invitation card, surprisingly! The final card has both cherry blossom elements, and gold foil embossing.
What advice would you give to couples planning a wedding?
We plan to play this video for our families abroad who cannot be with us on our wedding day in London.
This will also be screened in our Malaysian wedding in April 2020. We hope to incorporate views of British manor house and throwing of confetti (something not familiar to Malaysians!)

Our Dream Wedding Team

The Dress: Pronovias via Teokath London: http://www.teokath.co.uk/
Photography: Panayis earth: photography: https://www.panayispictures.com/
Florist: Raksha Kerai
Catering: Stoke Place Hotel: https://www.weddingsatstoke.co.uk/
Hair & Makeup: Sam Sham
Cake: Pandan Bakery: https://www.pandanbakery.com/
Music licenced through The Musicbed: https://www.musicbed.com/
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