Leanne and Nathan could not have wished for more perfect weather on their wedding day in August 2017, which became one of the hottest days of the summer.
Getting ready at The Dower House within the grounds of the Estate, Leanne and her bridesmaids decided the best spot for their bridal preparations was outside in the courtyard which provided some lovely natural light for the makeup artist and for the introduction to their wedding film at Knowlton Court.
Whilst guests took their seats in anticipation of the outdoor ceremony, Leanne and her entourage were applying the finishing touches in the main house before walking up the aisle. The ceremony was filmed using three cameras all hidden out of sight. One at the rear and side of the aisle, with the main camera operated myself, which combined, captured the moment Leanne and Nathan took their vows in front of their friends and family.
During their wedding video, you'll also spot some aerial footage which was kindly supplied by Leanne & Nathan's friend and drone pilot, Rojie Carney. Rojie used the DJI Mavic Pro drone to capture some spectacular and skilfully shot scenes of Knowlton Court and the countryside. Once I'm CAA qualified (only several weeks away hopefully!) you'll start to see more aerial work within my films.
Following the ceremony, it was a quick change with the cameras for a religious blessing in the estate's on-site church before drinks and canapés on the lawn.
Leanne's family roots are Iraqi so guests enjoyed a Middle-Eastern feast for their wedding breakfast in the marquee a short distance from the house. As part of the evening entertainment an enchanting bellydancer also performed for the couple before the DJ provided tunes as the sun set late in the evening.
Still images supplied by award-winning photographer Andrew Billington. You can see some photos of the day on his blog post.
If you're looking for a wedding video at Knowlton Court for your own celebration, get in touch and tell me about your plans!