A wedding day is one of the most important milestones of any life. As the...
Hello to you all! Today’s featured presentation comes from Ever After Video Productions. They bring us a film all the way from gorgeous St Ives in Cornwall! I’m a sucker for a bride on a beach (being a Cornwall lass myself) so always a joy to bring you a wedding from that part of the country!
The wedding is of Kahdine and Charles who got married on 25th September 2010 at St Uny Church, Lelant and Gonwin Manor in St Ives Cornwall. I asked Sylvia what her favourite part of the wedding was‘the party atmosphere at this wedding was just fabulous; this was a wedding where the couple and their guest had a really great time. The Riverbrew band really managed to capture their audience and ensured a full dance floor throughout the evening. It’s just nice to see people having so much fun, it makes our job a lot easier And on a personal note, it was lovely that we finally had a good excuse to visit Cornwall. We’d never been before, always wanted to go, and it was just so beautiful.’
What do you think make a good wedding video ‘Personality. If the couple’s personality shines through, if you feel like you get to know them through their wedding film then you’re on to a winner. We always want make a wedding film that reflects what is unique and special about our couples. I love it when I watch a wedding film and think “I wish I had been there”. And that, to me, is always down to the filmmaker’s ability to capture the personality of the couple.‘
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