The second part of our 2019 VLOG contains stories from March/April projects and gives brief details on our set-up/gear for a wedding shoot.
The War of the Roses Continues…
“We both can’t stop watching it we love it”
Why did you choose Bartle Hall for your wedding?
We both really liked the barn setting! Was just a beautiful area what with the drapes and twinkling lights. And I liked how we broke out to the main house for the drinks reception. Also we had people traveling over from Yorkshire so having the rooms were a major plus.
How did Craig propose?
Craig proposed in June 2017 we were staying in Keswick lodge retreat for my birthday. The day before my birthday we went on a lovely walk with maya our dog. And over the amazing views of Bassenthwhaite lake he popped the question. Was a perfect spot and the weather was beautiful.
Do you have a favourite memory from the whole day?
Honestly the whole day was just amazing and truly was the best day. If I had to choose a favourite part was when we walked back down the isle as a married couple! Was the first time I really saw everyone and was just a special moment. Craigs favourite was coming back in to the wedding breakfast as mr and Mrs latham. Shout out to Alex who did all our music, as he suggested playing 99 problems by jay z when we came in! And we loved it having a little dance coming in. Craig now has that as his ring tone when I phone him haha!!
Why did you pick RTP to film your BIG DAY?
We chose you as We loved your films!!! The edit of them is like a movie. We knew you would capture the moments we wouldn’t have seen, giving us a different view of our day. And when we met you, you were so friendly and put us both at ease. Would definitely recommend you!!!!
Any advice for a couple planning their wedding?
I would say it’s in the planning and organising. I had lists coming out of my ears! But helped to keep me calm and not stressed. But other then that enjoy it and when it comes To closer to the day don’t be stressing about the little details! Go with the flow.
Its been a while since we did any Vlogging so we made a New Years resolution to get back in the swing and share our videography world in monthly episodes.
Highlights from Kate & Sean’s beautiful Teepee wedding in Kirkham, Lancashire.
A Beautiful Summer Party wedding with so much going on for ourselves and Foxley Photography to shoot
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Mr & Mrs Draper enjoyed an exceptional day in the sun at Broughton Hall in July and here is the proof!
Mags & Floyd first contacted us after seeing one of our earlier films shot at this venue which helped her decide this was the perfect place for her and lucky for us she wanted the same video crew 🙂
2-3 months leading up the wedding we joked that because it was on my birthday the celebration was really for me and not their marriage, Mags being the cheeky bride she is actually challenged me during her speech and i received a birthday cake and son-a-long from Paul Guard and their guests and i also had to deliver a speech, i think i just got away with it!
An early start in the West Yorkshire countryside for Lisa & Myself, we both jumped in between Bride & Groom preparations before a short drive to the church and then all back for a big party in the glorious sunshine. The Draper’s put together a great team for their wedding including Jason Rea Magic, Victor Trusch, Fusion Flower & Yorkshire Bar Company, such a great day with a lovely couple who we had lots of fun with.
Congratulations Mr & Mrs D 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