Brides quite often say they'd love to make a speech but change their mind at the last minute because of the thought of standing up and speaking in front of everybody. Quite understandable, but a shame I usually think. Well, if this is the case for you I urge you to do what Emma did and write some words for somebody else to read out, in this case, the Best Man! The fact that the first person perspective words are read by somebody else on this occasion actually added an extra element to the voice-over that I loved playing with when editing.
Emma and Phil were married at Gosfield Hall, without a doubt one of my favourite venues to film at. Without going into too many boring details, the place is just made for filming. There are so many little logistical points that you might never think about (the fact that there is no need for a microphone in the Great Hall, the close proximity of the car park without getting in the way of the photos, the multiple ceremony locations, etc) that just make it the perfect venue to film at and I'm very pleased that I am a recommended supplier there. Ok this sounds like I'm trying to sell the venue now.. I assure you they have not asked me to say this, I just wanted to express that I LOVE THIS VENUE!!
I was joined by Simon of EPS Photography who I haven't worked with for years but was as friendly and professional as always and we both really loved working with such a friendly couple who just happen to be absolute naturals in front of the camera!
My favourite element of this wedding as as is often the way, probably the most important to the wedding film, was the beautiful speeches. There were so many heart-warming and personal stories shared during the 34 minute speeches (well, 33 min 57 seconds if I may spark up a debate about the sweepstake winner!) that it was a real pleasure to edit this wedding. I hope you enjoy it as much as I did!
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