Picture the scene. There’s me, thirty tipsy hen girls, ready to party and a naked butler, all waiting on Alex, the bride who didn’t have a clue what was about to happen. Sounds like a recipe for trouble, right? Wrong. After she got past everyone shouting ‘surprise’ at her, Alex got straight into the groove, channeling her inner diva to great effect. It wasn’t just the bride-to-be who rocked the mic, all the hens got involved too, making this one so much fun to film.
Take one obsessed seven year old ‘Frozen’ fan, add in a mixture of Frozen themed fun, games and dancing and you get a twist on the partyoke, the Frozen-oke. Although slightly late to the ‘Frozen’ bandwagon, this is the fruition of an idea that’s been kicking around in my head since the film came out at the cinema over six months ago.
I wanted to do something really special for Maddie’s 7th birthday and this seemed the perfect way of getting all her friends involved, filming them against my portable greenscreen singing ‘Let it Go’ (what else)
Continuing the ‘Frozen’ theme we had Princess Anna and Elsa from the brilliant Be Our Guest Parties team to organise a fantastic afternoon of Frozen themed fun, games and singing for all the assembled little prince and princesses.
With only 20 minutes to film in-between the planned games it was a challenge to complete and its definitely true what they say about working with animals and children, however it was worth it to see Maddie’s jaw drop when she saw it for the first time, priceless.
Filmed with our portable greenscreen, this is Lyn’s hen-partyoke. Putting all 12 of her assembled and slightly hung over friends on screen at the same time really put the computers through their paces and took some serious crunching of data to put together but the end result is superb. More pop promo than partyoke, this video has dance routines as well as acrobatics and is presented in super cinematic widescreen.