We are really proud to say that the majority of our work comes from families who we have previously worked for and it’s always great revisiting and seeing past clients with their extended families. This wedding was no exception and it was so good being welcomed back to the Lefroy family home for another family event. Clemmie & Freddie were married at St Mary’s Church and the wedding reception took place at the family home in Barnes, London.
Jonathan & Eniko’s wedding reception took place at the stunning setting of Osmaston Park, Derbyshire. The marriage ceremony was officiated by the Reverend Ian Whitehead with his truly unique style, in the glorious Church of St Mary, Tutbury. During the marriage ceremony the Friday Voices, a Staffordshire based choir, provided some exceptional and moving performances which even had a few of the congregation in tears. It was great working alongside the talented Jon of Jon Thorne Photography again as we managed to capture some great footage of the bride and groom amonst the backdrop of Osmaston Park. Eniko, of Hungarian descent, managed to incorporate a few Hungarian traditions throughout the day and one tradition of the drinking of the palinka went down really well!
Helen & Mathew were married at St Margaret’s Church where the guests were charmed by the beautiful singing performed by Helen’s students during the signing of the Registers. After the church wedding the reception took place at the wonderful Grade II listed mansion, The Wood Norton. Situated within the glorious Worcestershire countryside the grounds were the perfect backdrop for the champagne reception. Working alongside the talented James of ATD Photography is always a pleasure as our discreet and similar approach enables us to capture the day as natural as it happens keeping the footage as real as possible.
The School House (previously Old School House) in Weeford was the reception for Simon & Lie’s international wedding. With a guest list that brought friends and family together from all over the globe, the day was a celebration from beginning to end. The marriage ceremony was conducted by Rev. Fiona Haskett of St Mary’s Church Weefod with her own unique and extremely entertaining way which engaged the whole congregation throughout.