Film Club: Claire & Hugh’s Gorgeous Tipi Wedding by Adam Galwas Productions

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It’s a day of Tipi weddings on the Blog which make me very happy! This morning I shared with you the lovely Tipi wedding of Alex ad Tom and this afternoon I am back with another gorgeous tipi wedding but this time in the form of this gorgeous wedding film from Adam Galwas Productions. The lovely couple are Claire & Hugh who were married on 16th August 2014 at Cleatham Hall in Lincolnshire, a historic building which was restored and transformed into a wedding venue by Hugh’s family. Because of this there was a very personal feel to the day given that most of the family members had played a part in getting the venue ready for their wedding.

The wedding film itself is stunning, from the pictures of the venue set up to the bridal prep, right through to the beautiful outdoor ceremony to the first dance. My favourite part has to be the way that Claire & Hugh look at each other, and the wedding vows they say together, so very touching and emotional, it makes me want to go to a wedding right now! Big thanks to Adam for this lovely submission.

Claire & Hugh’s Tipi Wedding | 16.08.2014 | Cleatham Hall, Lincolnshire from Adam Galwas Productions on Vimeo.


Adam tells us a bit more about the day……….

We arrived at Claire and Hugh’s wedding bright and early with a great deal of anticipation. From our conversations and meetings in the months and weeks leading up to their wedding we knew that they had a very unique day planned and we couldn’t wait to see what they had in store. The day far exceeded our expectations and was full of great moments, but the highlight for us had to be their first dance and evening party. There was a lovely golden sunset during this time and seeing Claire and Hugh dance the night away with their guests in this gorgeous light seemed like the perfect end to an incredible day.


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