Neda & Paul Danesfield House wedding video 29th of June 2014
With its pristine white facade and intricate mouldings, Danesfield House is reminiscent of a wedding cake, and on a picture-perfect British summer day it’s hard to think of a more romantic setting to make a wedding video Buckinghamshire.
Neda and Paul weren’t just uniting their futures when they exchanged vows, they were combining their cultures. The English country house’s soft pink drawing room couldn’t have been a more romantic backdrop for the traditional Persian Sofreh Aghd – a low table spread with flowers, nuts, sugar, candles and other symbols used to wish the couple a long, happy and fruitful marriage.
Making a Persian wedding video is always fun, especially when all the guests get into the spirit as they did for Neda and Paul. Lively music, delicious food, laughter and joy make it a true celebration. The weather may have been on the grey side, but it did nothing to dampen the guests’ spirits as they drank and chatted on the terrace while photographer Mark Seymour and I took some more formal shots of the happy newlyweds. You can see parts of the Danesfield House wedding video below
The ceremony room was transformed into an intimate dining space for the evening reception. Towering floral centrepieces from Seventh Heaven and a Catherine Scott wedding cake added to the elegance and beauty of the setting, and it was clearly a very happy Paul who made a moving speech honouring his new bride.
Highlights of the day included the laughter as Neda was asked three times whether she wished to marry Paul – it’s a Persian custom and I’ve never yet heard a bride say “no”, and the fantastic backdrop of Dansefield House. It’s always easier to make an engaging wedding video when the setting is as photogenic as this one!
Congratulations Neda and Paul.
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