An Emotional The Reading Rooms Wedding Video
Jodie + Olly
They say laughter makes the world go round. Well, it was spinning and spinning for these guys. Jodie and Olly were married at The Reading Rooms in Norfolk. I had no doubt these two were going to smash it and I wasn’t disappointed! Days like this make me feel so lucky to be a Norfolk Wedding Videographer.
I’ve known Jodie for around 15 years so when she got in touch about me filming her wedding day it wasn’t far into the conversation when I knew this was going to be a very special day at The Reading Rooms, Alby. The Reading Rooms is a beautiful venue and one where I love going to.
When I first arrived at the barns where Jodie was getting ready with her bridesmaids there was already a lot of laughter and giggles. This was the first time I had worked with Esther Wild Photography and she did an amazing job of capturing the spirit of the day. Olly had written a series of notes for Jodie to open at strategic moments of her preparations and soon had the emotions bubbling with some heartfelt words.
As Jodie arrived at The Reading Rooms, Olly was stood all nervous at the front waiting for his bride to be. The whole time of the ceremony these two locked eyes and you could feel the love between them, wow what a moment!
After the ceremony, there were some fun moments including a bridesmaid bouquet toss (check below!) before it was time to take the brand new Mr and Mrs on a walk around the grounds of The Reading Rooms. Some fantastic natural moments later and it was time for some of the most beautiful speeches I have heard. Olly, you smashed it!!
Some stonking sunset (fair play guys for running!) and night shots later and it was time for the dancefloor to kick off, and kick off it did!
What an amazing day with these two fab people! Thank you for allowing me to be your wedding videographer it was an absolute pleasure!
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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!