A Summer bressingham Hall Wedding Video



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My second trip to the gorgeous Bressingham Hall this year was for Louise and Paul’s beautiful wedding.  First, it was off to the church where Louise grew up ringing the church bells.  There was a huge gathering outside the church as Louise arrived.  It felt like a celebrity arriving.  The wedding ceremony itself was beautifully bespoke.  With the vicar really knowing the couple so well.

This was one hot day.  As we arrived at Bressingham the guests were glad for a drink in the baking summer sun.  If fact my little pocket fan had to come out to help keep the bride cool.  This lead to her feedback of “not all superhero wear capes!”

It was soon time to head out with these two into one of my favourite spots in Norfolk for couples shoots.  This Norfolk Wedding Venue is renowned for its stunning gardens.  Despite the heatwave, the gardens were still stunning and the perfect backdrop for our couples shoot.

Paul is known as a bit of a joker so I knew I’d have my hands full with him when he married Louise.  Delighted to say that while he was a tad mischievous these two had an amazing day in the summer sunshine at Bressingham Hall!

The speeches were as expected, a lot of fun.  With Paul, in particular, pulling no punches.  Their first dance was really special.  The barn at Bressingham is a real stunner and perfect for a good party.  With Tony Waterfield from The Right Music on hand, it was definitely an enjoyable evening,

This one was definitely a scorchio of a day but it was beautiful for a walk around the gardens of Bressingham with this gorge couple.  I am not sure I have laughed as much on a couples shoot and it was fab to see just how much these two love each other!  I really do love my job as a wedding videographer in Norfolk.

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!


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