It would be easy to think that after 16 years you might be bored of each other, but childhood sweethearts Demi and Lewis proved otherwise at their epic wedding. From the navy/silver dress code to the elegant stationary, their wedding day was masterfully designed, and the result was incredible: an aesthetically pleasing, action-packed day full
Set in the St. Pancras Renaissance Hotel in the centre of London, Leah and Elliot’s wedding was visually unparalleled. From the grand venue (dressed to impress by White Paper Events), to Leah’s incredible dress (with pockets, might I add – I’ve heard that’s a big deal, ladies), this really was a filmmaker’s dream to shoot,
Back in September, I travelled down to Dorset to a quiet little village to shoot Annabelle and Tony’s stunning wedding. Hosted at Annabelle’s Aunt’s newly-renovated home, the couple’s dream wedding really did come to life. They wanted a down-to-earth, fun-filled day where their family and friends could come together and have an amazing time. And
Emma and Nate’s wedding at Rhodes House in Oxford was simply stunning. From their custom ceremony, to Emma’s beautiful dress, the whole day was elegance exemplified. It was an absolute pleasure to film these two families, one quintessentially English, and one from across the pond, becoming one.
When Rio & Matt told me they were having a festival wedding with live bands, festival food and a rodeo bull, I could barely contain my excitement. I knew I wouldn’t know where to point the camera, and I was right – there was SO much going on, everywhere I looked. It really was an
Victoria and Gary had the sweetest, most intimate wedding I’ve ever seen. They didn’t want a church, they didn’t want a big Manor House, and they didn’t care about photo booths or sweet carts. All they wanted was to marry each other, in front of their friends and family. So that’s just what they did!