A few personal highlights from this wedding……Watching the very brave guests have the group shot whilst it was hailing (very funny) Mr & Mrs B’s choreographed first dance, the very eager lady leaping for the bouquet and one of our favorite bands filling the dancefloor during the evening reception 🙂
Congratulations Sara & Chris, thanks for inviting us x
The Facebook version will be available here shortly.
There is a much longer story to Lisa & Nicks wedding and I won’t go into great detail about but let’s just say ‘Practice Makes Perfect’
Daisy, who you can see at the end of the trailer, was one of my challenges on the day. During the bridal preparations she was quite shy in front of the camera but by the time we came to the interview section, she was helping me explain to the guests what they had to do and was very willing to perform numerous takes of the clip we used, I will have to upload the other takes at some point (again, practice makes perfect)
I’m getting to know the ‘Barrowford Crew’ quite well now and this is the second time I have filmed Ash as a best man (you can find the first here). The ceremony and reception all took place at The Alma Inn, it was my first time shooting there and I have to say, I liked it alot!
I’m sure that Mr Alderson will not mind me mentioning the tears, but as he said in his speech “there was something in my eye and I definitely was not crying”
An emotional, funny and brilliant wedding is what I witnessed that day and I will finish by stealing 3 words from the Groom…
“We Made It”
P.S, congratulations to Lisa on her new job, i hope this trailer adds to your week 🙂
When the Groom asks for a ‘man hug’ at the end of your shift, it makes it all worthwhile 😉
Carla & her crew made me feel very welcome when I turned up for the Bridal preparations that morning, the spirits were very high and everyone knew it was going to be a belting day
As you will see from the above teaser, even family members from the other side of the world got some screen time courtesy of Skype, but I did receive a shock when walking into the lounge on my own later in the morning, WHO’S THAT??? Shouted a voice from nowhere, Carla’s dad had left the Ipad in the lounge still connected to New Zealand as they were eagerly awaiting the bride come down stairs in her dress.
The Church venue and ceremony had that perfect northern country setting, Anthony arrived full of nerves but had a amazing turn around during the toasts at Stanley House and delivered one of the most heartfelt speeches I have heard in a long time
Lovely couple, great settings, guests who knew how to enjoy themselves, Brilliant day all round 🙂