In September 2015 we worked with Nick and Paul from Brooks Brothers Photography to film the wedding of Roz and Oliver.
The couple chose our Preparations and Standard package with the aerial footage add on, allowing us to capture 360″ footage of their big day. Surrounded by her parents and bridesmaid, we captured Roz before the wedding in the comfort of her own home, calm and collected, being put into her dress. Leaving the bride to put the final touches to her look, we headed to the couples local church in Basingstoke. After filming Oliver and his best men sharing jokes together at the altar, and the groom glancing nervously at his watch, we caught the arrival of guests through the courtyard and from above by using drone filming.The birds eye view footage is edited seamlessly with the filming from the ground, giving a real overview of the location and atmosphere. From the overview of the church we went back into the detail and captured Roz and her father walking through the church grounds and down the aisle towards the groomsmen and her grandfather, who took the Church of England ceremony. Following the service, we used the combination of an on the ground camera and a drone to film the newly married couple leaving the church through the old world church porch under a canopy of confetti. Once in their car we naturally captured a beautiful moment between the bride and groom through the window.
Set in Pennyhill Park, a luxury hotel and spa in Surrey, the reception started with canapés and drinks on the veranda. Whilst the guests laughed and enjoyed the music we used the drone to capture some final aerial footage. To make the most of the bright weather, the photographers took the couple for a walk around the Beirut surroundings of Pennyhill with us in pursuit to discreetly film. Back inside, the bride and groom were welcomed to the wedding breakfast to a huge applause with the Master of Ceremonies on hand to orchestrate the proceedings which included speeches, both humorous and sentimental, from the best men and maid of honour. We stayed at the wedding to capture the couples first dance – the bride happily twirling in her big white dress.