I think having your wedding filmed is such a wonderful way of capturing memories forever. It also offers a different perspective of your day while you are in the whirlwind of getting married and having fun.
If you are considering hiring someone to film your wedding day, then please do read on. As today i have the utter pleasure of talking to and sharing the work of Cinematic Wedding Films…
Hi Gary, could you firstly tell WWW readers a little bit about you?
I’m Gary and I run a wedding film company in Brighton called Cinematic Wedding Films. I’m married with two young daughters. For the last ten years I’ve been making films for clients all over the world and I eat way too many biscuits!
What do you love/dislike about your job?
I love capturing really intimate moments on film and then putting the edit together. I also love the reaction from couple’s watching it for the first time, it makes all the effort so rewarding. It’s such a humbling experience to be let in to a couple’s lives for that one day, meet the family and put their personalities into a movie.
I dislike being a perfectionist! But that has got me to where I am today…
Wedding favours are a really fun wedding detail. Long gone are the days of traditional sugared almonds, the possibilities are endless.
So i have rounded up some of my favourite wedding favours featured on WWW from real weddings. From the edible, to the pretty. There are DIY options and children’s favour ideas too. When selecting your favours think about the things that you love and enjoy as a couple, and gift a little something you would love to receive. Or if you don’t want to do wedding favours, then don’t worry about it, there really are no rules.
Hey everyone, good morning to you :-) I have the super lovely Spring wedding of Lindsey and Ian to share with you today.
Lindsey and Ian had a church service followed by a reception at Clock Barn in Whitchurch. They wanted their wedding to have an English country garden travel feel to it.
One of my favourite aspects of their wedding just has to be the beautiful Spring flowers, with pieris and grape hyacinths in the gorgeous bouquets. Not to mention the beautiful homemade details at the barn.
Lindsey wore the most amazing lace dress, while the bridesmaids looked pretty in floaty Grecian style dresses. And of course not forgetting Ian who looked dapper in a custom made grey suit. Perfect.
Thanks so much to the wonderful Holly Deacon for sharing her photography with us today.
Tags: Anges De Sucre, Barn Wedding, Cad and The Dandy Groom, Clock Barn, Dessy Bridesmaids, DIY Wedding, English Country Garden, Hampshire Wedding, Holly Deacon Photography, Pieris & Grape Hyacinth Bouquet, Purple Wedding Ideas, Real Weddings, Spring Wedding Ideas
Afternoon WWWers, i have a really rather lovely treat for you today. Dessine-moi un soulier is a Paris based company who create the most delicious customisable shoes. Perfect for special events especially weddings… oh how i love the glitter pair above… swoon! Dessine-moi un soulier want to give 2 WWW readers the chance of a super saving on a pair of their gorgeous shoes. They are giving away two gift vouchers worth £100 and £50… amazing!
Dessine-moi un soulier (which translates to ”Sketch me a shoe”) was founded by the two French fashionistas and shoe lovers Alma and Juliette. They were both tired of never finding the shoes they were looking for or finding something that were almost right, but that would’ve been even better with some alteration. After some discussion they came to the conclusion that the best way to solve the problem was to do it themselves. Many months of hard work later, their online design studio was launched in September 2011. Since then, they offer women around France and the rest of the world the possibility to design their own shoes and have them produced by some of the best shoe makers in France.
The company offers five basic shoe models: ballerinas, pumps with pointed or round toe, high heeled and flat brogues, ankle or low cut boots or platform variants of all heeled models. Embellishments such as straps, bows or peep toe-options, together with a wide range of different style materials, makes sure each customer will be able to create her perfect design! (more…)
It’s Monday morning, which means only one thing, a super beautiful wedding to start a gorgeous week ahead here at Whimsical Wonderland Weddings :-)
Rosie and Tom married in April at Kingscote Barn in the Cotswolds. They wanted their wedding to be homemade, playful and stylish with a circus theme using pastel shades.
Rosie wore a lovely lace wedding dress with homemade headpiece and the held a stunning bouquet scented with rosemary, while Tom found his siut on Saville Row. What a stylish pair.
They homemade much of their day, from the typography stationery to screen printed sweetie bags and ceramic cake stand. Gorgeous! And the Jenga guest book… brilliant.
Thanks so much to the fantastic Samantha Jane Photography for sharing her photographs with us today.
Tags: Alternative Guest Book Ideas, Barn Wedding, Circus Wedding, Clarks Wedding Shoes, Coast Bridesmaids, Cotswolds Wedding, DIY Wedding, Forget me Knot & Rose Bouquet, Geronimo Giant Balloons, Green Bridesmaid Dresses, Green Wedding Ideas, Hydrangea, Justin Alexander Wedding Dress, Kingscote Barn, Pastel Wedding Ideas, Pink Taxi Wedding Transport, Real Weddings, Samantha Jane Photography, Saville Row Groom, Spring Wedding Ideas, Sweetie Table