Top 5 Wedding Trailers of 2020
These are 5 of my favourite Weddings trailers from this year. It has been a different year compared to are normal number of weddings that we have due to Covid 19. This has changed the wedding day slightly for some couples, but it has not stopped the love of our couples.
One of the first videos is of Claire and Reuben who got married in the Yorkshire Dales on the leap year in February. There was a mix of weather that weekend as it was just as storm Jorge hit the UK. We had flood warnings and guests had difficultly arriving at the venue. We even had snow during the wedding ceremony but that did not stop it from being the perfect wedding for the couple.
The next wedding trailer is of Hayley and Jacks which took place at Wrenbury Hall. What a day it was, with bagpipers and smoke bombs. The couple where fun to be around and we were also their wedding photographer for the day as they picked the joint package.
We had one couple Sophie and David who were due to be married in March 2020, but due lockdown had to move their wedding date. After a few dates moves we received a last-minute phone call to say that they were going to elope in Derry in Northern Ireland in a few days’ time. We booked are plane ticket and packed up the camera gear and off we went. We captured their wedding day as they got married next to a beautiful still lake in the rain. After a lovely ceremony it was off for a walk along the beach and cliff edge.
The destination wedding to Tuscany in Italy was an amazing adventure as we travelled with the wedding party from Manchester airport to Italy, so we were able to capture the anticipation of the day. Mia and Scott had a pre wedding meal in the vineyard the night before the wedding surrounded by grape vines and close family. The next day they got married overlooking the pool and beautiful vineyard.
We had a lovely wedding day at Thornton Manor with Felicity and Doug. The couple had a Scottish wedding with family members playing the bagpipes in the evening and the grooms side wearing the kilts.