Mark + Rachael got married at the beautiful Marleybrook House in Kent…
They wanted to have a wedding videographer as something to treasure and to remember their special day. They also wanted to see their guests enjoying themselves and all of the typical bride and groom commitments such as the cake cutting, first dance etc!
Mark + Rachael’s photographer was the talented David Fenwick, who we have worked alongside lots of times.
Rachael was born and raised in London and after moving to the beautiful Kentish countryside in her teens, she knew what location she preferred to be around.
She wanted to get married outside in a quiet location, lots of fresh flowers everywhere, with natural and pastel colours being a key part of their theme.
The couple love anything classic and vintage, specifically anything from the 1920’s and 1960’s with a hint of modern. The vintage funfair, delicate lace and buttons in the bridal gown, long length veil, wild gypsophila flowers, music choices and decoration in the wedding breakfast marquee certainly helped to capture this.
Mark + Rachael went to a couple of wedding shows and had a few wedding magazines to originally find inspiration from but found them to either not be to their taste or very ‘last year’. They just knew what they wanted and found it so much more fun creating their own unique day and not following the crowd!
Mark + Rachael had a vintage funfair after the ceremony, provided by Marleybrook House. They had this whilst they had their drinks reception after the ceremony. Kids and adults loved it, as you can see from the wedding film! It was a perfect way of bringing family and friends together and it went down a treat. The candyfloss canapés, big wheel and the swing boats worked perfectly together. It was so unique and fitted in perfectly with the vintage theme.