It’s always great when guests from previous weddings get in touch and want you to film their big day too! We were so excited about this wedding, which was captured on the 6th October 2018 at the amazing Ladywood Estate.
Ilona and Shaun also hired the use of a drone which meant we had some amazing footage to include of their location which really set their wedding film up perfectly. The morning preparations set the tone of this wedding nicely, with the Bride and her entourage wearing personalized satin dressing gowns as they had their makeup beautifully applied, and their hair pinned up very naturally. Ilona’s maids couldn’t resist a bit of selfie fun whilst sipping their champagne.
The first clue of the stunning styling of this wedding came in the form of the bridesmaid’s dresses and shoes, in my favourite colour, rose gold… sequined rose gold no less! The ladies flowers complimenting their dresses with blush pinks amongst the foliage. Ilona was helped into her high neck lace gown, which was simply stunning with an open back and add on train to the lower part that flowed so elegantly as she walked. The Groom and his friends certainly enjoyed the morning as they shared some drinks, gifts, and helped each other with getting to grips with their wedding attire. There wasn’t a nerve insight!
The room at Ladywood was styled with yet more rose gold sequin detail, beautiful crisp white flowers and a white aisle carpet to guide the bride to a very tearful Groom. In fact, as the sounds of the violins began to play with Ilona entering the room, her bridesmaids were very emotional too. The couple were very relaxed, and couldn’t stop smiling as they exchanged vows, and the stunning flowers surrounding them, made for some amazing frames and backdrops whilst filming them.
After the ceremony, the newlyweds, enjoyed some time together with their amazing photographer Ian Bursill. The rain held off, so we took the opportunity to get some beautiful footage of them, being them! The most natural footage is the best, when couples are in their little bubble of love and it feels like there’s no one else around. Perfect!
It was then on to a fun filled afternoon and evening, of speeches, eating, drinking, a ton of dancing but lets not forget the ‘cake’ that would make any cheese lovers day!
We wish Mr and Mrs Hibbitt all the best in their future together x