Ooh, dogs! I got my pup fix in the morning during bride prep, then the bride arrived at the ridiculously beautiful St Kyneburgha church in a horse and carriage. Finally, the couple were driven in a vintage limousine to the reception in the spectacular grounds of Exton Park near Oakham, Rutland. A brass band, kids running round, lawn games, hilarious yet heartfelt speeches and an epic first dance followed by the party. Everything I need to make a really compelling fun-filled wedding video and I honestly loved every minute.
Ed and Cara were really chilled, lovely to work with and had smiles on their faces all day. On the wedding photography side was Liz Greenhalgh, who was fabulous, and we made a great team, capturing really pretty portraits as Ed and Cara took a few minutes to explore the area round the lake. I particularly love including wildlife in these shots, as they’re a little different from the norm, and seeing so many cows making an appearance was awesome.
The bride wore a stunning wedding dress by Enzoani while the groom wore a stylish wedding suit by Oliver Brown. The perfect choice for both, adding a timeless sophistication. It was something truly special seeing the bride arrive at St Kyneburgha church in Castor in the horse and carriage and then take the long walk through the grounds with her father and bridesmaids. This church has a rich history (the site going back to the 4th century!) and has to be seen to be believed. We’re so lucky to have these gorgeous old buildings in the UK and it means a lot when they’re part of a wedding. Exton Park was also a magnificent backdrop to the reception, so needless to say the footage from the day was pretty extraordinary! Enjoy 🙂
Decor https://instagram.com/cmahire & https://instagram.com/copperandbloomweddings
Brass band https://instagram.com/backstagebrass
Video soundtrack https://instagram.com/musicbed