We had a fun time creating this Wasing Park wedding film for Sarah and John. It was a day which had just about everything we could have hoped for.

Marriage & Reception: Wasing Park, Wasing Lane, Aldermaston, Reading, Berkshire

The day started with a certain element of chaos (which those of you who know us know we do love a bit of chaos). Sarah and her team were busy prepping all the last minute details of the day before John arrived (it was a very close call). From then on we had a wonderfully relaxed atmosphere where all their friends and family gathered to enjoy the day out in the glorious sunshine.

It was a very emotional day which was very much centred on the close knit family Sarah and John had. It was also very fitting for John’s best man to be shared between his dad and his son. With John’s daughter, Autumn, being a part of the bridal troupe. The love that these guys have for each other was so touching.

For their outdoor ceremony we had beautiful surroundings and the two of them shared such touching vows to each other. We always enjoy it when a couple say words which have come directly from them and not relayed from a registrar or minister. You know that the words have that extra special meaning.

Later towards the evening we were blessed with 10 minutes of the perfect golden light. We grabbed the opportunity along with photographer extraordinaire Guy Collier (who was complete aces to work alongside) and captured some pretty in the sun.

Sarah and John. Totally in love. We hope you enjoy their Wasing Park wedding film.

Here are some more suppliers who helped make the day great:

Electric Violinist: Alive Network


  • Guy Collier - August 6, 2014 - 3:13 pm

    Stunning. Absolutely loved this and a pleasure to work with you both.

Having the opportunity to create a wedding film at Chateau Rigaud always makes us feel super happy. So when Nicky and Stan asked us if we could document their day for them we had no hesitation in saying yes.

Marriage: Eglise St. Pierre, Pujols, France
Reception: Chateau Rigaud, 14 Avenue des Châteaux, 33350 Mouliets-et-Villemartin, France

These two are super cute together and when we first chatted over Skype, Andrea and I had knew they would have a fantastic day – we were right! We started by flying over to Bordeaux before travelling to one of our new favourite wedding venues, the wonderful Chateau Rigaud. Nicky and Stan had already been enjoying the wonderful hospitality of the Chateau for a few days already and with Anna, Sarah and Fiona planning their day there was an enjoyable and chilled occasion for all.

Chloe from Caught the Light Photography was with us for this one and it was great to work with her (and to drink wine with). Can’t wait to see her photos from the day, and once again the evening entertainment was provided by Tom’s band who completely rocked the joint and the evening drew to a close with the soothing sounds of DJ Badger!

It was an absolute pleasure to create Nicky and Stan’s wedding film at Chateau Rigaud. They are awesome.

Here are some more suppliers who helped make the day great:

Florist: Heidi Lee
Stationery: Paper Pleasures
  • Nicky - June 25, 2014 - 5:03 pm

    Utterly amazing couple who made this whole experience so lovely for us, Aaron and Andrea were so professional and made our day really special. Their work is stunning and I highly recommend them to anyone. Such talented individuals with a lot of style, amazing videographers!

  • Neil Redfern - June 30, 2014 - 1:35 pm

    A stunning film, absolutely beautiful :-)

Back in September we created this Chateau Rigaud wedding film. Unfortunately we were so busy at the time that we never managed to blog it. Sorry. Here it is to atone for that mistake.

Marriage & Reception: Chateau Rigaud, 14 Avenue des Châteaux, 33350 Mouliets-et-Villemartin, France

The Chateau is such a cool place to get married and it is run by some truly lovely people in Anna and Abe. The place has all the ingredients to make an awesome French wedding venue - great food, great wine, stunning surroundings, and a relaxing environment. Vicki and Paul chose this place to get married and invited along all their close family and friends to join in on the celebrations. Paul certainly look dashing as the happy groom and Vicki looked every inch the radiant bride.

We met some lovely suppliers while creating this Chateau Rigaud wedding film. The wonderful Kate and Kev from Depict Photography were there with us the whole time and were an absolute joy to be around (‘Du Vin! – private joke). We also had the great suppliers provided by the Chateau, especially the chefs Steve and Rupert along with the evening entertainment by Tom. Great team!

We were very lucky to return to Chateau Rigaud again just recently (more on that very soon). In the meantime, we hope you enjoy these highlights.

- Aaron

We are extremely lucky to have family in the beautiful city of Vancouver. So over Easter we decided to take Anoushka and Dillon (making his first overseas flight) across the Atlantic. We had a lovely time chilling out by visiting the beach, a petting farm, the aquatic center, the Vancouver night life, and a few mini parties thrown in our honour. We shot some Super 8 footage and took a whole heap of photos so here is a tiny selection to look through.

Warning: Our kids are massive posers.

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Creating a Claridges wedding film has been one of our dreams for a while, so when Kristina and Will got in touch and wanted us to film their wedding at Claridges, we completely jumped at the chance. It was made even better by them both being absolutely amazing people.

Marriage St Paul’s, Knightsbridge, 32a Wilton Place, London
Reception: Claridges Hotel, Brook Street, Mayfair, London

Kristina welcomed us in the morning with a warm smile, and made us feel right at home. Their wedding photographer Louise Abdy and I captured and gushed over her beautiful bespoke wedding dress by Stephanie Allin and her stunning Manolo Blahnik shoes whilst Kristina, her mum and bridesmaids were preparing for the day with stunning hair and make up by the fantastic  ladies from InParlour.

Then it was time to head off to the wonderfully atmospheric St Paul’s church in Knightsbridge which was perfectly complimented by all of the elegant flower arrangements by Karen Woolven and the gentle glow of candlelight down the aisle from the lanterns provided by the church. After a beautiful service, we all jumped onto a couple of buses and were whisked away to the fabulous venue where we would conclude our Claridges wedding film. The careful attention to detail, exquisite catering and courteous staff made the venue even more special for the day, and the photo booth by Boothnation ensured all Kristina and Will’s guests made even more fun, special and rather hilarious memories for their guest book. Once all the food was consumed and all the wine drunk for the meal, it was on to cutting the beautifully crafted cake by Ceri Olofson for Fortnum and Mason before the  amazing Earthlights Boogie Band ensured everyone was on their feet and enjoying a good ol boogie!

Kristina and Will, we had such a fantastic time being a part of your very special wedding day, it was truly a privilege. Congratulations to you both, and may we wish you a lifetime of happiness together!

- Andrea

  • Anurag - April 24, 2014 - 12:24 am

    Love the trailer. Love the music. Love the speech. :-)