A Gorgeous country WEDDING VIDEO IN sufFOLK
Charlotte + Craig
It was back over to Suffolk for this gorgeous country micro wedding film. Charlotte and Craig were adamant that despite the pandemic. They were always going to get married when planned. As with so many couples in 2020, there were some tweaks to the wedding plans. This was one very special Suffolk Wedding.
Suffolk Country Wedding Ceremony
I arrived with wedding photographer Peter Denness at Charlotte’s bridal preparations. Without doubt, you could tell that there was real excitement. This wedding was packed with little details, from cards saying what they thought of Covid to matching face masks. The girls had an awesome morning together.
It was soon time to head to the couple’s home. The boys were getting ready there. Once they all had their suits on we took a walk into the woods.
Charlotte arrived at her local church. Despite road closures (these two really were letting nothing stop them). One of my highlights was the cheers from outside the church when the couple was announced, husband and wife. In true live streaming of a wedding fashion. There as a slight delay which made everyone inside the church smile.
A Tractor Ride
Charlotte and Craig walked out of the church to Sweet Caroline and huge confetti cannons. There were so many smiles. It was soon time for the couple to leave and they made their way down the lane at the back of the church. There waiting was a shiny red tractor ready to take them for a drive about.
After their tractor ride, we took a walk around the local area. That’s when the magic happened. As the sun went down and the golden hour hit. It was time for a little walk up a hill.
I loved this Wedding so much and it was awesome to be Charlotte and Craigs Suffolk Wedding Videographer. I hope you love this little special day as much as I do!
The Team – Wedding Suppliers
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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!