Herefordshire wedding videographer at Whitbourne Hall

Frankie & Edward had a very personal blessing at Whitbourne Hall in Herefordshire. Whitbourne Hall is a grade II listed country house set in 9 acres of idyllic countryside. It is the perfect setting for a wedding or blessing.
It has stunning rooms and a beautiful landscaped garden with walled areas and a fountain. The perfect setting for a Herefordshire wedding videographer.

Following this they had an AMAZING TIPI WEDDING RECEPTION held in the gardens of the Green Cow kitchen in Herefordshire. Frankie had spent days decorating the Tipi get it just perfect. The work she put in certainly paid off as it looked fantastic and every detail had been thought of. I love it when couples put so much effort into the details of their wedding day. It really makes a difference to a DIY, alternative wedding theme. This kind of wedding feel brings bags of character and atmosphere to the wedding videos which is exactly what we want.

The food and speeches were all held in the Tipi. They had lots of courses and the guys at the Green Cow Kitchen in Whitbourne did an outstanding job in serving the big wedding party and keeping them all happy. I loved this hidden gem in the heart of the Herefordshire countryside. You honestly feel like you are in the middle of nowhere ideal of a natural wedding videographer like me.

Having a Wedding video created for your wedding in Worcestershire or Herefordshire or anywhere in the West Midlands is a perfect decision! One you will definitely not regret. All of my couples are so happy with their finished films that I provide them with on a gorgeous wooden USB and they all say how it brings their day back to life after the event which is just what they wanted. Since you spend so much time organising it and making it just right it’s a really good way to keep those memories alive in the years following the wedding.

As a natural, relaxed Herefordshire wedding videographer this day was ideal! Lots of guests socialising together in big and small groups and above all lots of fun was had by the couple and their friends as the celebrated the day away!

Frankie & Ed’s wedding day was so relaxed with very much an outdoors, alternative DIY feel. I loved the fire pit that they used once the sun had gone down. Lots of the guests sat around it toasting marshmallows. The place looked amazing with all the lights and decorations. I don’t think there was any detail that the couple had not thought about!

I wish them all the happiness in their new life together with their son and any other children they may have.
If you are planning a wedding in Herefordshire and would like information on how I work as a fun relaxed wedding videographer in Hereford then please don’t delay, send me an email today! : )

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