Lee and Bell’s wedding at Mottram Hall was such a lot of fun to film. The weather was brilliant and everyone was clearly enjoying themselves. Bells family are Bosnian and what a lovely family they are! 🙂
The photographer on the day was the talented Jeff Langhorne.
Kelly and Andrew’s wedding day was so much fun to be apart of. It was a real privileged to be there filming their special day and I am so pleased with the results! 🙂 The couple had such a great time and i’m glad their excitement and happiness was captured on the film.
Like many brides, Kelly was originally unsure whether to have her day filmed at all; which is something I often hear. The reasons for this are usually down to people’s budgets or the thought of having somebody waving a camera in front of their faces which is quite clearly off putting. But I hope like all of the weddings i have been a part of, the film that I produce does prove to be a great financial decision and one that provides the couple with one of the best memories of their day. I thought Kelly’s email to me yesterday perfectly explained the reason why not having a videographer capture your special day may become a huge regret, which is why I thought I would share it with you…
“As you know we left it until late in the day to organise it as we thought it was a luxury that was not as important as other aspects. In the end we managed to find the money and decided we would have it done, rather then regret having it done. How wrong we were, how you were on the day, before the wedding, since and the output have far out passed our hopes and it is something we will really treasure for the rest of our lives and I can’t thank you enough.” – Kelly Bolton.
The future of vintage shoot was great fun to be involved in and an excellent opportunity to get some of the very best names in the wedding industry together to do what they do best!
Jonny Draper is an incredible photographer and a good friend of mine. When he mentioned the concept of the shoot at Styal Lodge I thought it was brilliant. Vintage is very much the thing that a lot of people are looking for on their weddings. So to see how this was going to be taken forward really interested me.
I was confident that it would be a relaxed atmosphere on the day as everyone involved already knew each other. I therefore felt it was important to highlight this and show the fun we had making the shoot work. I did not want to just shoot a standard behind the scenes film, I wanted to capture some of the incredible images that were being set up, so I really hope the balance of the details, atmosphere and artist imagery was acheieved.
We could not have been luckier with the weather and the venue looked stunning. The day absolutely flew by as we were all having lots of fun creating something new and exciting.
Emma Draper MUA created some striking and imaginative looks to compliment the theme, and the cakes, details and props were provided by ‘and the dish ran away with the spoon’ as well as Pink Pepper. A huge thank you to the brilliant people at Styal Lodge.