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It’s been a while since we had a film club on the blog so this afternoon I am delighted to welcome back this fab feature. This gorgeous wedding film comes courtesy of Jennie from Unique Visuals Wedding Films. It’s the wedding of Kelly & Tom were married on 28th March 2015 at Hall Barn and Kentwell Hall and it’s a beautifully moving film that will tug at your heart-strings.
Weddings arn’t just about the details and the personal touches, yes those aspects are wonderful but they really are just the cherry on the top of the day. A wedding is truly about 2 people falling in love and celebarting their love story. Through this film we get to see just how much Kelly and Tom love each other and hear through the speeches just how they met. A beautiful film, with a fabulous first look that had me laughing and crying in the space of a few minutes. Enoy!
For us the favourite part of the wedding was how intimate Kelly & Tom made the whole day. We loved how Kelly, Tom, their son, parents and the bridal party got ready in the same Barn allowing them all to soak up the anticipation, excitement and crazy moments that takes place on the morning of a wedding day. It also meant that they all got to share Kelly & Tom’s first look in the gardens of the Barn – being able to witness such an intimate and special moment is something we will never forget as this is not a popular appearance for weddings in the UK.
Filming wise it was also great creatively to film the sparkler procession that was set up at the end of the evening where Kelly & Tom was welcomed with cheers, laughter, lots of smiles and a few tears where they all then headed back to Hall Barn for drinks, games and a relaxed evening to create memories that will never be forgotten.
The authentic and well thought out Tudor décor and banquet was absolutely stunning. All guests sat at two large rectangle tables filled with fruit, berries, greenery and goblets with a feast fit for a King.
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