Our most recent memory

Crayke Manor, York

Dina & Joe

Filming A lake District Wedding is One of the things I love most about been a Wedding Videographer. It truly is a beautiful part of the country. The Lake District is one of my favourite places to film. The stunning scenery, beautiful venues and crazy weather! Standing at the shore of Ullswater Lake looking at the sun glisten on the surface. This truly is a magical place. I have to pinch myself that I’m a professional and I get to video weddings in this breathtaking region.

Alex & Sian.

Alex and Sian had met me 2 years earlier at Alex’s brothers wedding. (Also in the lake district) They knew my style and how I approach weddings.

I drove up and stayed the night before just so I could check out St Lawrences Church in Appleby. This is where Alex & Sian were having their ceremony. It also gave me the chance to film some of the surrounding countryside.The following day I arrived at Sians family home for the bridal preparations. The whole atmosphere was very relaxed and I had the pleasure of meeting & working alongside Dom & Zoe from Dominic Wright Photography. When we arrived at the church, it seemed like the whole of Appleby had turned out to see Sian & Alex. The local community really did give them a warm reception. Every Lake District Wedding I have done, the support for the couples are lovely to see.

After the ceremony it was on to the most idilic location for a wedding. The Marquee, supplied by Bakerwood Marquees, looked sublime in its surroundings. The Lake District is not known for its hot weather, but today it didn’t disappoint. The sun beat down allowing all the guests to enjoy their prosecco on the lawn and enjoy the delicious Hors d’oeuvres.

The sunset was magical alowing us to go down to the lake to capture some silhouette shots and capture that amazing backdrop.

If you are planning your wedding in the Lakes please contact me I would love to hear from you.

A Wedding in the Lake District.

As Chloe’s dad read out his speech, he said he felt like a plumed peacock as he walked his daughter down the aisle. So he should. Chloe looked absolutely stunning in her designer, laced wedding dress.

The Location.

I have had the privilege of working in the Lake District for some years now. The scenery and atmospheric beauty of the place never seizes to blow me away. It truly is a stunning part of the world.

The Lake district is the perfect place to get Married.  The weather in The Lakes can be a little unpredictable,  but boy does the scenery still looks amazing even when it rains, which it does, a lot!

I’m lucky, I  have filmed many weddings now in the Lakes and the wether has been perfect. When you combine the two, perfect weather and truly jaw dropping scenery it truly is a wedding videographers dream location.

The Ceremony.

Chloe & Sams ceremony was held at the historic  local church of St Andrews in Greystoke. The perfect location to listen to one of the most eloquently read poems I have ever heard.One of Chloe’s younger relatives well and truly blew me away. After the ceremony, it was on to the stunning Greystoke Castle for the Prosecco reception. The catering and venue was supplied by the very professional Bakerwood Marquees. This is the second time I’ve had the pleasure of working with them. The attention to detail and organisation on the day was truly amazing.

The Party.

Into the evening the guests partied the night away. This is my favourite time of the day. Everyone is totally relaxed and this is where the fun begins. Ties on heads, break dancing and all out shenanigans, I have seen it all.

Chloe & Sam’s whole day was perfect from start to finish and I wish them both all the happiness for the future.

If you are planning your wedding in the Lakes, I would love to hear from you.