Sutton Bonington Hall Wedding | Midlands Wedding Videography
Today I’m sharing the wedding videography highlights and feature films from a Sutton Bonington Hall wedding which took place in early July. Adam and Jordan chose my ‘Feature Collection’ which includes a full day of cinematic wedding videography coverage and the production of three videos; a 3-5 minute cinematic highlights film, a 20 minute chronological storytelling feature film, and a separate video featuring their vows and speeches in full. If you’re getting married in the Midlands or are planning a Sutton Bonington Hall wedding in particular, get in touch! I would love to film for you. The following photos are stills from their wedding films; read on to watch their 20 minute storytelling feature film.
Adam and Jordan got married back at the start of July at the wonderful Sutton Bonington Hall on the border of Nottinghamshire and Leicestershire. Sutton Bonington Hall is an exclusive use country house wedding venue tucked away in the countryside, but just a stone’s throw from both Loughborough and Nottingham.
The house is a Queen Anne period property with features that include a large air-conditioned orangery with vines growing up the back wall, a traditional drawing room for the ceremony and evening entertainment, a wide, sweeping staircase, and a bridal suite flooded with natural light. The landscaped grounds feature follies and plenty of space to set up lawn games and relax with friends and family. It’s a really beautiful venue, and was the perfect backdrop to their celebrations.
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!
Today I’m sharing the wedding videography highlights from Aimee and Matthew’s relaxed, countryside barn wedding which they held at Springhill Barn in Worcestershire back at the start of September. As always, I’ve included some still frames from their wedding films so have a scroll through for some inspiration if you’re planning your own autumn wedding in Worcestershire. Do get in touch to find out more about having me film for your wedding for you, I’d love to chat weddings with you!
Worcestershire Wedding Videographer | A Worcestershire Barn Wedding
Aimee and Matthew’s wedding took place deep in the Worcestershire countryside in the village of Fladbury. Their ceremony was held at St John the Baptist church, a beautiful Anglican church in the heart of the village, and followed by a reception up the road at Springhill Barn. Springhill itself is a fantastic venue for a laidback country wedding. The owners are really friendly and helpful, and kindly welcomed us when we arrived early in the morning to scout the venue before filming morning preparations.
The lakeside location makes for some spectacular photos, and the barn itself, lovingly restored by owner Jonathan and his family is the perfect backdrop for a wedding reception. There are so many places to take photos and film, from little bridges across the river, to the glasshouse by the main house and all of the old farm buildings with crumbling paintwork. Inside, the old wooden beams covered with string lights looked fantastic, and made the barn feel extra cozy and welcoming on what was quite a wet and overcast early September day.
I’m really excited to share the wedding videography highlights from Sarah and Craig’s countryside sailcloth tent wedding over in Dunchurch, Warwickshire. I absolutely love tipis and sailcloth or sperry tents. They’re so beautiful and atmospheric and are the perfect stage for a natural, relaxed, English countryside wedding.
Warwickshire Wedding Videography | A Garden Party Sperry Tent Wedding
If you’re planning a Warwickshire wedding, read on, and don’t forget to check out Sarah and Craig’s list of Warwickshire wedding vendors at the bottom of the post. They chose a wonderful team of suppliers local to the Rugby, Dunchurch and Daventry area of east Warwickshire.
Sarah and Craig’s beautiful, family oriented garden party wedding took place back in August in the traditional, Warwickshire village of Dunchurch. Their ceremony was held at St Peter’s Church and was followed by a garden party reception in a PapaKåta sperry tent up the road at the bride’s parents’ home. Their day was all about family, with contributions to the details of the day from all sides. The flowers lining the tent were homegrown by the bride’s mother and grandfather, styling and planning were provided by her two very creative sisters, and their wedding cake was lovingly made by an aunt.Read more…
Forest of Arden Wedding Videography | An Afghan Wedding
Mariam and Samie’s beautiful Forest of Arden Walima took place in early July. Their wedding celebrations were held in the West Midlands at the Forest of Arden Hotel on the Coventry / Birmingham border, which is an excellent venue for larger weddings in the Birmingham area as they have a fixed marquee and very spacious grounds. Mariam and Samie opted for my ‘Documentary Collection’ which takes the form of a cinematic, long-form wedding documentary film.