What can I say about filming this wedding other than it was an absolute honor and a privilege. Chris is an old school friend of mine and an phenomenal graphic designer. Chris’ only requests for this film were to shoot it how I would want my own film to be, and to pick the music that I thought would work with what I had. This freedom really paid off and I absolutely loved making this film!
I am so proud of this wedding video, not just for how it looks but more because I know Chris’ family well and I know how much they all love Chris, Nicky and little Charlie. I sincerely hope they all love and cherish this film, and that Charlie grows up enjoying seeing how in love his parents are and also, just how bad a public speaker his uncle Dan is! ha ha (sorry Dan)! 🙂
The wedding was held at St Gregory’s in Bollington and then on to Adlington Hall, Cheshire
It is clear for all to see that James and Laura are so head over heels in love with each other. And so rightfully it was a real celebration when they got married! 🙂
The wedding was held at St Vincent’s de Paul’s Church in Altrincham and then on to the beautiful Belle Epoque restaurant in Knutsford, Cheshire. The day ran perfectly and with the addition of some bagpipes and a keily band, all the guests were busy enjoing themselves late in to the night.
It was also a pleasure to be working with our great friend and the incredibly talented Jonny Draper
Bridal Preparations are always such an important part to the story of any wedding film. They show the nerves and excitement evident on the morning of all weddings. They capture the transformation, from hair and make-up and then in to a beautiful bride as well as all the reactions of loved ones, as they then see the bride for the very first time!
Here is an example of a recent Bridal Preparation;