Easton Grange is, without doubt, one of my favourite places to be a wedding videographer in Suffolk. A beautiful wedding venue nestled in the Suffolk countryside, every couple loves to take a walk down by the river and watch the sunset on their wedding day.
Like so many of my lovely couples, Becky and James were just so pleased that they could get cracking with their plans. They actually found it was FOURTH time lucky after the restrictions inflicted by the government caused their date to be postponed over and over again. I can only imagine the stress this caused these two and I am so pleased that not only did they have the most beaut of a day but I had been available for all four dates along the way.
As a bit of harmless fun, the guys let loose on a Boris Johnson pinata. It was the perfect ending to such a fun day. You can check out this bit of fun over on my Instagram.
It felt like summer had finally arrived, glorious sunshine bathed down upon Becky and James as they had their gorgeous wedding ceremony in the barn. James’ emotions bubbled over as he saw his bride walk around the corner. After the vows, we headed outside for some confetti followed by a walk down to the river with the bridal party.
The wedding speeches followed and were a real set of crackers! My fave line had to be from James when he uttered “I still can’t believe I’ve pulled this off!” You could genuinely see not just how much these two mean to each other but what they mean as a couple to their friends and family. This was a day full of smiles and laughter and a fair bit of singing! (More of that in the highlights film!) For now, here is their gorgeous sneak peek. Thank you for choosing me to be your wedding videographer guys! Much Love!
Shout Out To The People Who Made It Happen:
Venue: Easton Grange, Suffolk Wedding Venue // Photographer: Bushfire Photography // Make-up: Roberta Amy Owen // Flowers: Windmills Florist
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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!