I remember our first meeting with the future Mr & Mrs G, it ended with me removing a very large old and heavy radiator from their home….
Such a wonderful wedding, so much crammed into 1 day. We started early at Mitton Hall with Abigail & Eye Photography & Flower Designs to capture the bridal preparations and all the surprises that Steven had laid out for his bride (and there was plenty). A beautiful July wedding in the Ribble Valley with plenty of music and entertainment thanks to Jade Gallagher, Lionel Vinyl, Touch the Pearl Chris Hurst Magic and of course ‘this lot’ below 🙂
Congratulations Kelly & Steven, thank you for having us on your very special day , Ro & Lisa x
Kimberley & Michael celebrated their BIG DAY with all family & friends at Browsholme Hall which is one of our favorite wedding venues deep in the Ribble Valley countryside.
The Bride & Groom enjoyed a perfect day with Ice Cream, Jenga and one of the longest confetti lines we have seen, David Scholes joined us for the shoot, it’s always great working with David, such a relaxed and fun photographer who we had a blast with on the day. We had a full day of musical talent including Hannah Rose for the ceremony, the Kick Back Sundays during the drinks reception and finally Hot Biscuit performed the First Dance and provided the evening dance floor entertainment.
Such a lovely wedding to film, Congratulations Mr & Mrs Downes x
Ro & Lisa
Hello all 🙂
We have started a new style of blog for our summer season, you can find the first episode below which features lots of our favorite venues and suppliers.
June was a mad month for us and July is going to be even more packed, this is the busiest month of any year we have ever had.
Eaves Hall invited us along to their Botanical Wedding Fayre recently, here is a short highlights video we produced for them.
We filmed our last WedCarKaraoke in May and managed to persuade 3 of our former Brides to join us for a sing along and to chat about their weddings.
Thanks for reading, Ro & Lisa x
Rebecca & Tom’s wedding ceremony has to be one of the best services we have filmed in a long time. Largely thanks to the Priest at All Saints Church in Hesketh Bank, an extremely welcoming man who was an absolute pleasure to work with. Ward (Father of the Bride) personally thanked him in front of the guests just before the happy couple walked down the aisle together.
The day started with ‘That Fine Rain’ as me and Lisa started filming the Bridal Prep’s at Rebecca’s parents home which was just round the corner from the church. Jason from Flower Design spent time with the bridesmaids explaining how to hold the bouquets correctly, I think it has something to do with fertility from what he was saying, it went way over my head but sounded very interesting to the girls. Ward showed us the tandem he had made as a gift to his daughter and future son in law which I quickly had to run out and film before he cycled it to the church. Thanks to the extremely talented Lottie Designs for the photograph 🙂
Tom broke the ice as you will have seen in the clip with a very eager ‘I Will’. As soon as he said it I knew I had the start of their film!
The Inn at Whitewell hosted the reception, with Howard Wing entertaining guests throughout the wedding breakfast and into the evening reception which ended for us with the new Mr & Mrs Harrison being drowned by confetti on the dance floor.
A fabulous wedding, never dampened by the drizzle. Congratulations to you both, Ro & Lisa x
We have now watched the video and it’s fabulous. We love it & we are so so happy we have it for the memory box!! I think it might be on repeat for quite sometime though initially!!!
Thanks once again for your help. Can’t believe it was a month ago tomorrow!!
Tom & Rebecca xx
A country pub location, a beautiful Bride and handsome Groom, lawn games, loud guests and Pugs, this is what a summer wedding is all about!
We arrived early at Norcliffe Chapel in Styal on a very hot Saturday in June ready for the marriage of Emily & Aaron. The Groom and guests enjoyed drinks before the ceremony at The Ship.
The Church setting was perfect as Emily arrived with her Bridesmaids and we enjoyed a very relaxed and humorous ceremony thanks to a great vicar and readings from the bridal party.
After a short drive from the church we arrived at The Windmill Pub which proved to be the perfect reception venue with a real rustic and country charm complete with its own little maze which Chris Morse used for the group shot. The lawn games were very entertaining in the blazing sun, every few minutes you either heard screams from the Jenga Tower falling or shouts of victory as the hoop competition heated up.
Blank Cheque provided the evening entertainment and as the sun started to fall we managed to capture the Throwing of the Bouquet which perfectly ended this amazing day that we both thoroughly enjoyed being a part of
Congratulations Mr & Mr Wood x
Ro & Lisa
What a great job you have done on our film!! It actually looks like we had a good time 😉 only kidding!
It’s amazing can’t stop watching it!
Everyone’s txt me to say it made them cry 👍🏼
Sophie & Luke were so lucky with the weather on their special day in May, brilliant sunshine all morning for the ceremony in Darwen and just as we had thrown the confetti, the thunder cracked, the heavens opened and we had a down pour of hail and rain up until we arrived at Mitton Hall, perfect timing for the sun to show it’s face again for the rest of the day.
Joining us on ‘Image Capturing Duty’ was David Stubbs whilst Sam Fitton entertained the guests during the early drinks reception. Red Floral Architecture, Creative Cover Hire & Pink Frosting added their special touches to the stunning decor, the room looked absolutely beautiful for the Bride & Groom.
One of our favourite scenes (amongst many) was Nana on the dancefloor once DFC invited everyone to join Mr & Mrs Heath after the first dance (she’s in her 90’s and dancing to rap music).
We managed to send this teaser over to the happy couple on their honeymoon so they could enjoy it in the sun, here is their first response…