Sutton Bonington Hall Wedding | Adam & Jordan
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.
The day before their wedding, Jordan and her family and friends had decorated the staircase and drawing room with eucalyptus and begun setting up the orangery and grounds with hanging glass terrariums and solar light bulbs. Even before their florist arrived to complete the floral installations the venue looked stunning. By 11am, Jordan and her friends and family were busy with the finishing touches, hanging dream catchers from a tree in the garden and inflating helium balloons filled with ivy.
In the evening they had booked a traditional Victorian ice cream bicycle from Warwickshire based Morton’s Vintage Hire, which was very popular with their guests as the drawing room was turned around for dancing and the band set up for their first set.
Thank you Jordan and Adam, for entrusting us with filming your day for you! it was a lovely day, and we wish you a wonderful future together.
Jordan and Adam’s suppliers:
photography by Lucabella Photography; floral design by Flowers by Stephanie; ceremony and early afternoon music by Timeless Acoustic; evening reception music by Get Lucky; naked wedding cake, eucalyptus along the staircase, glass terrariums and dream catchers all crafted and provided by the family; ice cream bike hire by Morton’s Vintage Hire; wedding dress by Maggie Sottero; suits by Next.