Congratulations to Danielle & Chris who commissioned us to film and produce their wedding films. Bridal preparations were filmed at Danielle's Mum's house and the traditional ceremony took place at St Lawrence Church, Effingham. The reception was held at Loseley Park with photos and mingling taking place within it's stunning gardens. It's also where they make the famous ice-cream. The wedding breakfast was held in the 17th century Tithe Barn, within the beautiful grounds where the festivities continued into the evening.
The video we made for Chris & Bec has been posted on popular wedding blog Love My Dress. You can check out the article here and the video is below.
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A British Vintage meets Town and Country wedding set in Weeley, Clacton On Sea, Essex.
“Reece (groom) initially got in touch with us a short time before the wedding day itself after seeing a video that we had produced for friends of theirs Gina & Steven (link: https://vimeo.com/69849554)
The wedding sounded amazing and we wanted to be involved, but at that point it was our busiest time of year and it was proving more and more unlikely that we could be. Reece wouldn’t take ‘no’ for an answer, which was flattering to say the least, and his persistence motivated me even further to try and make it happen. With some hard work planning, which at one point involved my wife and 2 year old son driving almost a 100 miles to Weeley, Clacton On Sea, Essex (where the wedding was being held) to deliver some video equipment, it eventually became possible that we could be and I'm glad that we could help at such short notice.
The video was shot in Full HD but to match the vintage / retro feel of the wedding I incorporated a ‘Super 8’ type film look to the video and accompanied by the beautifully haunting track ‘Waiting’ by Alice Bowman (courtesy of themusicbed.com), I think the video is quite unique.”