Oh wow, you know what? Every story I hear when it comes to couples getting married is just magical. But, these two! Chris is from Argentina and met Harriet while they were traveling the world.
A global pandemic hits, visas get to the point where they’re due to expire and well these two end up jumping from one side of the world to the other!
Finally, they were able to have their own little destination wedding in Gibraltar out of necessity, which allowed them to properly live together.
Fast-forward to October 2022 and it was time to actually be able to get all their friends and family together in one room to celebrate. Oh yeah, and they invited me along to be their Warwickshire wedding videographer too!!
How They Made it Their Own
Paper Cranes… They are two words that I just have to say. Having spent hours upon hours making thousands of them (not an exaggeration!) they just had to form a key part of the day.
In the morning Chris had his instructions on setting them up and wow they looked stunning!
Harriet and Chris wrote their own vows and anyone who knows me, knows I am a sucker for personal vows!
Wedding Video Vibe
Well for a start, the personal vows 100% had to make an appearance in the film now didn’t they? I used them as the backbone for the highlights film that you can see on this page.
There was such a warm loving feel to the day (I think in part because everyone was just so happy to be there!) I knew I had to try and encapsulate that in their wedding films.
Shout Out To Those Who Made It Happen
Wedding Venue: Bourton Hall 〢 Dress: Ava May Bridal 〢 Photographer: Philip James Photography 〢 Beauty: Sally Crouch 〢 Celebrant: Holly Davies 〢 Cake: Lola’s Cupcakes 〢 Singer: Rebecca Shelley 〢 DJ: Harvey
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About the Author
Hi. I’m Mike Savory, an award-winning Wedding Videographer from the UK.He is a married dad of two who who loves spending time on his allotment, film, cricket and skiing.
Although I have to admit fear of breaking my recording finger has limited the last two to more watching than taking part nowadays!