Sometimes, when deciding to go intimate, especially with a wedding ceremony, you might be tempted...
Welcome along to anther Saturday Cinema, I hope this saturday finds you well, if not a bit damp! what’s with all this rain? I feel so sorry for anyone getting married this weekend the weather is truly dreadful! A Big thanks to Tom from Clarke and Palmer for todays wedding film, it’s a truly beautiful film and its’ perfect for a rainy day like today as it gives us all the chance to escape for a few minutes into this stunning Italian scenery!
The gorgeous couple are Nicola and Simon who were married on 12th May in the most amazing setting in Italy. The ceremony was in the Ravello Gardens in Amalfi and the reception was HERE……WOW! What an amazing location! The whole wedding is truly beautiful, from Nicola’s hair, her dress, the ceremony, the view, the emotional speeches…this wedding is pure class in an outstanding location!
I asked Tom what his favourite part of the wedding was ‘The intimacy, there were only a handful of guests which made for a fantastic experience. It was such a close-knit group, just the couples most loved people in the World which ensured a lovely weekend. The views were astonishing but that was only half of the wedding, and the company more than matched this, with the couple having a constant smile on their faces for the entirety of the day. it was also so nice being in a secluded reception that was also in the heart of a bustling town, and being able to soak up the atmosphere, with the scooters going by and the fisherman going about their business, it was nice to see this delicate wedding stuck in the middle of a world still going on around them.
Why do you think a couple should hire a film maker for their wedding ‘Wedding films are becoming more of a given nowadays and that is because they have evolved from what they used to be. It’s great seeing a photo of the day however to really capture the atmosphere of the day, to see the dress flow, the dancing, the speeches and all the little touches you really need to capture it on film as it shows a completely different side to it.’
What do you think make a good wedding video ‘To create a great wedding film you need to get all the little moments that are easily forgotten, what the grooms face was like as the bride entered the room, what the father/mother of the bride did when they saw their daughter in the dress, that small glint in the eye when the vicar announces they’re man and wife, they’re all special moments of the day that need to be captured in order to show a true reflection of the day.’