March 2013

Laura & KC’s Peckforton Castle highlights trailer on the Brides Up North Wedding Blog

Posted By: Sara
Filed under the category : Blog Appearances

BUN L&KCWe are delighted that Laura & KC’s gorgeous Peckforton Castle wedding film highlights trailer is featured on the fabulous Brides Up North wedding blog today.

A huge thank you to Julia for featuring us again on her fantastic blog. It is also great that Laura mentioned the importance of having a wedding film:

“My top tip for other Brides Up North would be that when you are planning your wedding, plan it for yourself not to please everyone. Remember it’s YOUR special day. Also a videographer is great, there’s so much you miss and parts of my day where a blur due to adrenaline and nerves so it was nice to watch back to fill in the gaps.”

To read the full blog post click here.

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The wedding Film of Ella & Andy at Brympton House

Posted By: Sara
Filed under the category : Highlights Trailers

What’s a good way to make your wedding extra special and has the added bonus that you won’t ever forget the date? Get married on New Year’s Eve! Ella & Andy met while at University and have a big circle of friends who like to party, so what better way to celebrate their wedding than a huge two day extravaganza at the stunning Brympton House in Somerset. We made the journey down with good friends and fabulous winter wedding specialist; Chris & Claire from Chris Hanley Photography. To see Chris’ superb photographs from the day check out Chris’ blog.

The weekend started with all the guests arriving for drinks in the library and a pre-wedding dinner in the Star Chamber. It was a fabulous way for everyone to break the ice, get to know each other and reacquaint themselves with old friends and family. After dinner was a quiz, to make sure everyone was at their best the next day the bar closed promptly at 11pm.

The actual wedding day started with laser pigeon shooting and archery. To say it was a little damp was an understatement. The weather was named hurricane Brympton during the speeches, but all the guest threw themselves into the activities including the bride. It was then back to the House to dry off, get warmed up by the magnificent open fires and enjoy lunch back in the Star Chamber.

Ella got ready with her two bridesmaids in the bridal suite. Ella grew up in Somerset and had sourced all local designers for the outfits. She had Harriet Wilde shoes and her dress was designed by Dean Thomas of Burberry. The Bridesmaids wore elegant gunmetal grey dresses, with long black gloves and vintage Fox fur Cossack style hats. Ella had a gorgeous birdcage headdress and a beautiful blue butterfly embroidered on the underside of her dress. Not to be out done Andy and the groomsmen had Harrison Howard suits. As a surprise they all had their nicknames sewn into the underside of the collars.

The ceremony was held in the diminutive annexe known as the Castle, lit by candlelight and decorated by Bee Floral. A string quartet played as Ella walked down the aisle. As well as a couple of readings; Andy’s brother started a sing-along of ‘Fly me to the Moon’ which everyone heartily joined in. After the ceremony there was a quick throwing of confetti as it was quite cold outside then a drinks reception in the Great Hall, by a roaring fire.

The wedding breakfast was in the spacious and chic Ballroom up stairs. There was an ice sculpture table seating plan that doubled as a Vodka luge. The speeches were quite riotous with many heckles and a very funny bestman speech reading from the fictitious diary of the schoolboy Andy. After the speeches coffee was served back downstairs in the Great Hall, with several guests taking advantage of the Vodka luge.

The evening reception was a short walk across the drive to the Orangery. There was a sweet table, Masquerade masks and DJ. Ella & Andy performed their first dance to Candi Staton’s – ‘You’ve got the love’. We have never seen a groom dance with such enthusiasm, it was brilliant. The dancing then continued with more 90’s classics. When midnight finally arrived the DJ counted down to the New Year and everyone hugged and kissed. Then it was outside for a fabulous firework display overlooking the grounds of the house. A fabulous way to end 2012 and start 2013 with a bang!

Here are a few stills taken from Ella & Andy’s wedding film.

The Wedding Film of Ella & Andy at Brmyton House

We really hope you enjoyed Ella & Andy’s wedding film highlights trailer, to check out more of our work please visit our Marry Me Films website or our Marry Me Films Vimeo page. To keep up with our latest news ‘like’ our Marry Me Films Facebook page and ‘follow’ us on our Marry Me Films Twitter page.

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  1. Absolutely wonderful. Having shot alongside you most of the day, i’m amazed at your footage. Superb , and love the time lapse angle :)

    chris hanley

  2. Thanks Chris, you bring out the best in us! Always a pleasure working with you and Claire. Until next time. Sx

    Sara

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The Tatton Park Wedding Show 2013 – Promotional Film

Posted By: Sara
Filed under the category : Films for our friends, Wedding Shows

The Wedding Show at Tatton Park is the North West’s premiere bridal show with over 150 of the best suppliers from the north of England. WeddingLink asked us to create a short promotional film to showcase this year’s prestige event to future potential exhibitors and brides to be. The amazing Red Floral Architecture deservedly won the best stand award and lovely The Wedding Shop Alderley Edge won the runner up prize. It is always a fabulous and busy show.

We really hope you enjoyed The Tatton Park Wedding Show 2013 promotional film, to check out more of our work please visit our Marry Me Films website or our Marry Me Films Vimeo page. To keep up with our latest news ‘like’ our Marry Me Films Facebook page and ‘follow’ us on our Marry Me Films Twitter page.

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