It was a pleasure to go back to the The Redhouse Barn and film another wedding late last year. This wedding venue has thought of everything! They are extremely helpful and organised which helps so much on the day for getting things to run smoothly and on time. They also look after us wedding supplies really well and that makes me a happy wedding videographer!
On the morning of this wedding day I met with Laura and her bridesmaids in the bridal prep room at The Redhouse Barn. They were all really happy and in good spirits so I got on with the job in hand, capturing the action that was unfolding. I have a very calm and unobtrusive approach to filming weddings. And my style as a relaxed wedding videographer really helps during the bridal prep, especially if anyone is particularly nervous.
So after seeing the girls getting reading I headed over to the church to film the guests arriving. I also was able to catch up with a ever so slightly nervous Rob who was waiting patiently at the top of the aisle with his brother for his beautiful bride. I love filming the guests arriving as there are always family members that have perhaps not seen each other for a while so it’s great to be able to catch these interactions in a natural way. The way I work as a natural wedding videographer from Worcestershire is to observe the action as it unfolds, anticipating moments that may happen and to capture them in the best light possible.
The ceremony went without a hitch and the newly married couple Mr & Mrs Harding enjoyed some congratulations and confetti at the front of the church before heading back to The Redhouse Barn for the party. But before we headed back to the venue myself and the photographers, Rob and Sarah Gillespie, took the happy couple for a photo on top on the hill just in front of the church. The wind was blowing as ‘storm Brian’ was in town but Laura was a real trooper and didn’t let it phase her. I could see she was visibly cold on the bench in her wedding dress so we kept it short and sweet hoping that it would be a bit more sheltered down at the barn for a few more shots.
So the drinks reception and wedding breakfast went smoothly as always with the RHB team on hand and making sure everyone was in the right places at the right times. The guests enjoying some mingling time and the couple enjoyed socialising with their family and friends. I was of course on hand to capture all the emotions and atmosphere.
After the speeches it was time for the first dance and party! The couple did a fantastic routine for their first dance. Nothing too daring but just a lovely few twists and turns. And the big finale was a lift of Laura by Rob! I love the lights set-up on the dance floor at the Redhouse Barn. It kind of spot lights the couple during their first dance and highlights them from the crowd which makes them stand out and look even more dramatic on the film!
The dancing and party time of the day is always one of my favourite times! I just love capturing these fun parts of the day when the guests are enjoying themselves and dancing like no-one is watching! I love it! As a fun wedding videographer in Worcestershire it is a great time for me to discreetly and unobtrusively film people having the time of their lives!
I wish Rob & Laura many years of happiness and I am sure they enjoy every minute of married life together as they seem like such a perfect match for each other. I hope that their films bring back plenty of happy memories from the big day for many years to come.
If you are looking for a natural, unobtrusive wedding videographer in the Worcestershire area then please do head over to my contact page and drop me a line. I’d love to hear more about your plans – even if you are looking for a Herefordshire wedding videographer or a Gloucestershire wedding videographer, I love to travel so please do get in touch. I have been lucky enough to film weddings in a lot of different areas in the country which can been seen here.