Two days. Two weddings. Two religions. One amazing time.
We’ve been fortunate enough to have been invited to film many events in France over the years. However, nothing quite prepared us for the magnificent beauty of Château Diter for Alex and John’s wedding.
Ceremony & Reception: Château Diter, Grasse, France
We first met Sophie at the lovely Alice and Danny’s wedding last year and soon afterwards asked if we were available to create a wedding film in Turkey for her and Bircan.
We said yes. It was an amazing experience.
It might seem like a massive exaggeration, but these two people are probably the hardest working couple we know. With roles of Events Coordinator, Commercial Photographer and International Dancer between them it was amazing that they found time to plan this wedding and to execute it to perfection.
It’s easy to fall a little bit in love with these two. We did.
It’s not often that you film the wedding of a Milky Bar Kid, and no, Michael did not dress up on the day. It’s also never happened in which we have a bride who has been excited to receive a pineapple-shaped lamp for their wedding gift. Yep. That happened.
What we do have is two people who are incredibly in love with each other and surrounded by their wonderful family and friends. Photographing the day is the absolutely lovely Lina and Tom who were a joy to work alongside.
When Kay contacted us two years ago she enthused that she wanted us to create their wedding film at Northbrook Park – just as soon as she decided on a wedding date!
Ceremony & Reception: Northbrook Park, Farnham, Surrey
In her opening line on her email to us, Kay left us a bit gobsmacked when she wrote “Sam and I have been engaged for 2 months now so the planning has only just begun, we haven’t settled on a venue or even a date yet, but the one thing we do know for sure is that we would love to have you there to capture the day.” How could we possibly resist!
We have been looking forward to this wedding for such a long time now. Kay informed us that the day was going to be a fusion of their English and Zambian heritages with lots of singing, dancing and vibrant colours. The fantastic Bloomingayles provided the most stunning flowers for the day – many of which I had never seen at a wedding before, and all with the help of the lovely and talented Sama from Utterly Wow to tie things together.
It was such a pleasure to have been able to create their wedding film at Northbrook Park. Kay and Sam are two very special people and we wish them the very best for their future together.