I love it when an outdoor wedding doesn’t get rained off. Up until half an hour before the ceremony Stacey and Ryan’s alternative indoor option had been prepped for the wedding as heavy rain was forecast. When the Westmill Farm staff gave the thumbs up the staff went into a hive of activity, busily readying the wonderful outdoor pagoda and moving all of the guest chairs.
Befitting the Twilight theme, we’ve used Christina Perri’s ‘A Thousand Years’ to play out their wedding highlights or ‘Best Bits as we like to call them.
‘…………two hundred degrees, that’s why they call me Mr Fahrenheit’ – Freddie Mercury
Well OK, it wasn’t that hot but boy did it feel it. Filmed last Friday on what was then the hottest day of the year, ‘Don’t Stop Me Now’ was a great choice for a marryoke and one i’d been wanting to do for a while. We had just 40 minutes to film everyone once the photographer had finished but we managed it in style, thanks in part to a certain guest singer who dressed the part, embodying the great Queen frontman with style and panache.
Michelle and Del were the first of our marryoke competition winners, a lovely couple and a joy to film, along with their ‘crazy’ friends and family. Best wishes to you both for a long and happy marriage.
The very best bits from Lucy and Tom’s wedding, presented in a web exclusive super cinematic widescreen format for your viewing pleasure. Set to L.O.V.E by Nat King Cole, this is the entire day from the bridal preparations through to the couple leaving for the reception in two and a half minutes.