A Winter Chaucer Barn Wedding Video



Norfolk Wedding Videograper Chaucer Barn Rebecca and Steve

Rebecca and Stephen were married at the Award-winning Chaucer Barn in Norfolk.  On this gorgeous winters day at what is, without doubt, a fabulous Norfolk wedding venue there were nothing but smiles.

Weddings at Chaucer are always special.  It is really one of those North Norfolk gems.  A walk around the grounds after any wedding ceremony is an absolute must for all couples on their wedding day.

I arrived at the converted barn nice and early to find Rebecca with her family and friends. One of the bonuses of this North Norfolk wedding venue is that it has plenty of accommodation for you to have a weekend with friends and family.  

We had lots of time in the morning to capture some beautiful preparation shots.  I would always say to brides give yourself plenty of time in the morning.  It helps you enjoy the day all the more if you’re not rushing.

A quick trip to the pub saw me catch up with Stephen to capture some groom prep.  I always like to capture groom prep on the day if possible as it helps me as your Norfolk Wedding Videographer to tell the story of the day.

Rebecca’s dress was beautiful and Stephen’s face as she walked down the aisle was a picture.  After the formalities, it was time to take a walk in the acres of meadows, parkland and gardens.  It was lovely for these two to spend some quality time together.

After the caterers had provided a gorgeous meal it was time for a party.  These two danced the night away at their wedding reception.  With music from the DJs at Epic Event Hire it was a proper knees up!

There was also just a few moments to head outside and play around with some smoke in the dark!

It was a real pleasure filming Rebecca and Stephen’s Chaucer Barn Wedding.  I hope you enjoy the highlights above.

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!