Saturday Cinema: Sarah and Duncan’s Dance Filled Wedding by Courting Whale Pictures

Happy Saturday and welcome along to another edition of Saturday Cinema. Todays featured presentation is brought to you by Warren and Simon from Courting Whale Pictures and it’s the wedding of Sarah & Duncan who were married on 16th July 2011 at Great Fosters near Egham, Surrey

The wedding film is so well put together, and shot beautifully. Sarah and Duncan are a beautiful couple and Sarah herself is one of the most beautiful brides I have seen. I love the choice of music in this film, I do think the music choice in a wedding film can make or break it, and this defiantly enhances it. My favorite part has to be the dancing, everyone looks like they are really enjoying themselves and Sarah sure can move!

sarah & duncan wedding trailer // i see nothing but sunshine from Courting Whale Pictures on Vimeo.

I asked Warren what his favourite part of the wedding was ‘The entire bridal party performing the choreographed routine to Michael Jackson’s Thriller was a highlight! But the entire day was amazing; there was always a whole lot of love in the room’

What do you think make a good wedding video ‘Capturing authentic energy and emotions is important as is maintaining a beautiful and consistent aesthetic.  But above all, it’s about telling a good story.  Even with our feature length (20-40 minute) films, we craft a narrative rather than simply replaying the sequence of events.  You can see the full length version HERE

Sarah loved the video and we loved the feedback “It is more stunning, beautiful and personal than we ever expected and Dunc and I cannot thank you enough. We will cherish this forever as will our families. I am still crying tears of joy and now we are able to live our most special day over and over again.”


For more information go to
Warren & Simon – Courting Whale Pictures
Phone: 02081234272
Email: [email protected]
Web: courtingwhale.com
Twitter: @courtingwhale

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