It is alway lovely to have the chance to film a couple that have spent more than half their young lives together. Vicki and Dan have been together since school and from our first meeting it was evident that they were soul mates.
So on the 27th September is seemed like Essex had taken over Dorset and the South Coast. And what a great set of friends and family that made the long trip to celebrate the wedding
On occasion we are very lucky to film at some amazing venues and this wedding was no different. It was my first time filming at Durlston Castle and our day started nice and early capturing the lads setting up the venue. They were under strict instruction and had their work cut out with putting up home made bunting fairy lights etc. Meanwhile the girls relaxed overlooking their beautiful church sipping some wine while they had their hair and make up done.
I was lucky to have a great photographer Tom and his lovely assistant Rosemary from One Thousand Words to work along side. Working with a photographer where there is a good level of respect really helps both of us with being creative and getting the best angles and shots! you can see Toms blog on the wedding here and the pictures are fab.
The day went so smoothly and after a beautiful ceremony In Corfe we got some lovely shots of the couple on the beach and then to the castle.
Weddings are about friends and families coming together and was truly a fantastic celebration and I wish Mr & Mrs nice guy Dan Maloney the best future together. Hope you enjoy their film.
Please enjoy these highlights of Claire & Stuarts beautiful wedding held at the Tithe Barn in Petersfield, Hampshire. I love filming here and this great couple made it so easy for me to create a lovely memory for them. It always helps when you get a slightly emotional groom to add to the sentiment on the film!
Because I get to see so many interesting weddings my wife always asks me if there is much I would change about ours all those years ago, and I would not change a thing apart from maybe this addition that i saw at this wedding that I loved. As the guests sat down I saw the top table all reading a scroll which had the guest names on it and on the scroll was a personal message to each of them. I then realised that all 120 guests had one. You could see from their reaction and tears that a lot of time and thought had gone into this and everyone loved them! A great touch!
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Nayan & Rupal's Hindu Ceremony was full of so much fun, colour and emotion and I loved every bit of being their wedding videographer. I hope this highlights film gives you a indication of how special it is to be in the thick of the action on their special day.