Cinematic Wedding Videography | Rachelle & Adrian
Cinematic Wedding Videography | UK Wedding Videographer
I’m a wedding videographer based in Birmingham and I specialise in cinematic wedding videography. I film weddings all over the UK including down in the South East in Essex, Hertfordshire (where I’m from originally) and the Home Counties. If you’re thinking of having a wedding film of your own made, get in touch, I would love to film your wedding for you! Rachelle and Adrian chose my ‘Highlights Collection’ for their wedding videography which includes a full day of cinematic wedding videography coverage and the production of two wedding films; a 3-5 minute cinematic highlights film, and a separate video featuring their ceremony and speeches in full. It’s a simple package and the perfect compliment to modern documentary wedding photography.
Rachelle and Adrian’s classic English wedding took place at Braxted Park near Chelmsford in Essex at the start of May. Braxted Park is an incredible country house wedding venue with beautiful grounds, a lake, options for both civil and church ceremonies and a fixed marquee around the back. I especially loved the bridal suite as there was so much space for getting ready, as well as for photography and filmmaking. The botanical themed wallpaper was really pretty too!
Rachelle and Adrian’s wedding was a special one for me and Ed, as we went to school with Adrian and so have known them both for years. On the morning of their wedding Ed and I arrived early to film the grounds together before parting ways as usual; I went to find Rachelle and her bridesmaids and Ed headed over to the cottage to see Adrian, his brothers and school friends who were acting as ushers for the day.
Rachelle and Adrian chose to get married at All Saints Church down by the lake in the grounds of Braxted Park. Ed and I have seen our fair share of churches but never one as beautiful as All Saints. It’s a tiny church with a lakeside setting, but what makes it extra special is the way the seating is set out. For weddings it’s possible to have your guests sat in the rows either side of the aisle, as well as at the front where a choir would sit, and elevated up on the sides, too. It really feels like you’re surrounded by friends and family. Combined with the number of candles burning throughout the church, it was a really atmospheric ceremony.
Adrian’s family is Scottish, and so as a nod to Scottish wedding traditions, Adrian and his groomsmen wore tartan waistcoats and they hired a piper to lead the guests from the front of the house through the gardens to the marquee for their wedding breakfast. It was one of my favourite moments of their wedding! Anyway, that’s enough words from me, I’ll let the short film and the still frame images (taken from their cinematic wedding films) do the talking about what a beautiful day it was.
The music is licensed via Musicbed ‘Ocean – Tiny Houses’ and their photographs (not the images on this page; these are stills from their films) were captured by Essex wedding photographer Matt Wing.