Marie & John have a strong sense of fun and adventure so it was never going to be your average wedding. They had planned their wedding to perfection and were joined by friends and family from all over the world, arriving at the ceremony in a classic London double decker bus. Shot at St Joseph’s Roman Catholic Church in Highgate with the reception at Dyrham Park Country Club the couple were a joy to film.
We were joined by the wonderfully lovely Beatrix Luhrmann and her assistant who were photographing the events alongside us. It is so great to meet people with like minds and who are easy and fun to work alongside…it really does make for such a great team.
Thank you Marie & John for being so great and fun to be around….we wish you all the love and luck in your future together! xx
Marie & John chose that Madness classic, ‘It Must Be Love’ as their marryoke and even though we had very little time to film it, I still think it’s an excellent attempt at a wedding day marryoke, made even better by a knockout performance from Marie (who doesn’t love a guitar playing Bride?)
Thanks to all of you who turned up to meet us at the Fanhams Hall wedding fayre and to all the exhibitors who took part in this very special marryoke. Having got married there myself its always a pleasure to go back and film in the magnificent house and gardens.
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.