My services was actually a wedding present for Claudie and Max, they only found out about a week beforehand that I would be there on their wedding day to film it. It was Claudie’s maid of honour that had organised the whole thing together with a group of friends and family. I think that is just such a great idea! What better gift than the gift of all those amazing once-in-a-lifetime-memories captured and made into a film for them to enjoy for years to come? The whole day was awesome and I can tell you it was one heck of a party!
Truly fabulous people!
When I look back at 2014 I do so with a huge smile on my face. So many amazing things went down and I will always remember 2014 as a huge year. I got hitched! I’m a wife. That’s major stuff! Words are not enough, I just can’t describe the utter happiness and bliss swirling around everything on that day. It felt like a dream. I finally know how all my brides feel on their wedding day.
During 2014 I’ve shared some pretty amazing memories with brides and grooms all over the place, and I’m really excited for the 2015 season to kick off. For now, I will share a couple of sweet weddings from last summer.
Life’s in session.
This is the story about the day when Charlotte and Stuart got hitched. Charlotte is a photographer and Stuart is a filmmaker so I was so excited to be chosen to capture their wedding day. This wedding was a real labour of love, set in the stunning English countryside. It was a real privilege to be there to celebrate the love of this rad couple.
Suzi and John’s wedding was so amazing I don’t really know where to begin. Firstly, this couple and their family and friends are simply the best bunch of people ever. Secondly, it was taking place in the beautiful hills of Tuscany. It was one of the most stunning places I’ve ever seen. As you can probably tell I am just blown away.
This one is for the sheer loveliness of it all.
It’s official -my couples are the best people ever.
I’ve loved every minute of capturing their stories and its been one heck of a ride. In a week I am kicking off this exciting season and my first stop is Tuscany, Italy. It will be epic! To celebrate the beginning of the season I’ve put together this reel of love.
Be ready for kisses galore and happiness overload.
Harriet and Jamie. One word. Awesome.
I returned to a venue where I’ve filmed before, Norwich cathedral. It is just so majestic. Stunning. The reception was held at the weird and wonderful Voewood House. I could have spent many hours just walking around the gigantic mansion to look at all the art and strange things that is just spread out everywhere in there. You’d think that a cluster like that, with stuff absolutely everywhere wouldn’t work, but it does at Voewood House. Mesmerising and eccentric. I loved it.
I should also confess that I had a serious case of dress envy when I saw Harriets wedding dress. It is gorgeous and right up my street.
Me and my man is getting married next year in Sweden. We know it’s a big commitment for our guests to travel all that way. So we wanted to give them all a heads up on date and place so I thought of making a video that we would email around. I realised we had to make some kind of stop motion type thing since I could’t both film and be in the video. We found a couple of old barn doors up on mum and dads farm and “voila” -we had ourselves a little save the date video. The doors will hang on the wall of the barn where we will have the party. Man I’m looking forward to that party!
After this I thought I’d offer to make Save The Date videos for people. So I did. I made one for my friends Sophia and Jorel.
Ps. And yep, that is probably the worst Eiffel Tower anyone has ever painted.
Vishal and Tonima got married at the beautiful urban oasis the Barbican Centre in London. What a day it was! A sweet couple madly in love and lots of family and friends makes a pretty darn great wedding. It was a big day for love. Cheers for having me guys -it was awesome!
First and last. That is the story of Engin and Angelica. They met when they were only 14, and it’s been them ever since. This adorable couple are truly made for each other and I couldn’t be happier to have been given the opportunity to travel once again, this time to my home country Sweden, to capture their beautiful day. Engin and Angelica, this one’s yours.
I met this smashing couple in the spring at the Most Curious Wedding Fair. They met in their year 4 class at primary school. On the 22nd June they promised each other a lifetime of love. A few tears, much laughter and a heck of a party. These ones have something special. This is their day.