A GARDEN MARQUE WEDDING
Shooting wedding videography is a wonderful experience and when the wedding takes place at a beautiful church like St Helen’s in Abingdon, Oxfordshire, it makes it even more special.
The church is located in the picturesque town of Abingdon and had a stunning interior with high ceilings and beautiful stained glass windows. As Harriet walked down the aisle, the light filtering in through the windows created a warm and romantic atmosphere, making the entire scene truly breathtaking. Harry was standing at the altar, beaming with happiness, and as soon as Harriet reached him, the two of them hugged a real emotional moment.
The wedding ceremony was traditional and full of beautiful moments. From the exchange of vows to the exchange of rings, every moment was captured and beautifully framed by the stunning surroundings of the church. The priest’s words were heartfelt, and the couple’s love for each other was evident in every moment of the ceremony.
After the ceremony, the couple and their guests headed outside for some group photos and the couple’s first dance as newlyweds. The sun was shining, and the surrounding countryside was a perfect backdrop for the happy couple’s celebration. The bride and groom’s laughter and smiles were contagious, and everyone was having a wonderful time.
The reception was held at the family home, in the garden, and the newlyweds continued to enjoy their day surrounded by their friends and family. The speeches were full of love and humour, and the couple’s first dance was a beautiful moment that was captured on film. The atmosphere was relaxed, and everyone had a great time, making it the perfect end to a perfect day.
Overall, shooting Harriet & Harry’s wedding videography was a truly wonderful experience. The love and happiness that surrounded the couple on their special day was contagious, and I was honoured to have been a part of it. The stunning church and beautiful surroundings made for the perfect setting, and I am sure that the couple will cherish their wedding video for years to come.