I knew it was going to be a day full of adventure when the Mother of the Bride arrived in her rabbit onesie. Although really I shouldn’t have been surprised with the outfit as this wasn’t the first time I’d met this family. I’d vlogged and edited Joanne’s (Leanne’s sister) wedding two years ago at http://blakelands.co.uk/. It was great to see the family as I knew they could capture lots of fun moments throughout the wedding day at The Mill Barns.
Despite being hit by bad weather this was possibly one of the easiest winter wedding’s I had to edit. The Mills Barns on the Shropshire, Worcestershire border, is a purpose-built barn for weddings. Therefore, the lighting was already perfect.
Be it the branding of Mr & Mrs Passey that was present throughout the day, (from the individually branded boxer shorts for the groom’s party, the beautifully presented favourites or the larger than life signage in the Wedding Breakfast Barn), or the subtle touches (remembering those who couldn’t be there, the intricate detail of the lacing on the wedding dress or the wooden doves hanging in the decorations), it was undeniably a feast for the eyes.
“hell yeah” 3 WEDDING Dresses
I’m not sure what Conor would say was so memorable about my vlog from his wedding day but for me it was the moments of laughter that the guests captured. From the “hell yeah” declaration of acceptance by Leanne during the vows, the sword fighting during the carving or the moves on the dance floor made by Leanne in her third dress of the day, this wedding absolutely captured the essence of ‘happily ever after’.
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