Lindsay and Liam LOVED the fun elements I add to wedding edits, especially my Scottish Highlands favourite cut to Bjork (if you haven’t seen that yet you HAVE to, watch it here). They knew they wanted something very ‘them’ and I was the wedding videographer to help them achieve that!

We already had some amazing, upbeat song choices in mind so I had visions of a wedding filled with laughter but the dance moves really exceeded my expectations!

I never got the chance to meet Lindsay and Liam before the day but felt like I knew a lot about them thanks to Facebook-and getting addicted to all those cute pictures of their dog Hagrid!

I arrived at Combermere Abbey in the Cheshire countryside to a flurry of activity and hairspray in the girls cottage whereas my assistant had to film some of the beautiful Combermere Abbey grounds while Liam had one last practice of his speech!

The morning of the wedding always goes so fast with so much going on but that makes for fun filming!

I always love this moment just before the ceremony when all the excited nerves come out and everyone has to get ready. You can really see it in Lindsay’s face. And this is just a still from the video, I’m sure you can actually feel the excited nerves watching their wedding video!

This part of the day goes by in a blur even for everyone, even meas the wedding videographer!

Adrenaline is pumping and you get drawn in to all the excitement, it’s amazing to be able to capture these final moments before the bride walks down the aisle towards her husband to be-and that’s why I LOVE filming on two cameras!

Lindsay and Liam’s ceremony inside the Edwardian Glasshouse inside the walled gardens was so beautiful, not only the setting but all the added personal touches like the vows and group sing-a-long to The Beatles 8 Days A Week.

Liam the Groom gives his wife to be a huge kiss as she meets him at the bottom of the aisle in the glasshouse at Combermere abbey before their wedding ceremony starts

Then the fun really did begin and I honestly had jaw ache from grinning and laughing along with everyone.

Lindsay’s Dad caught the bouquet, speeches were amazing and even included a Cheryl cardboard cut out and as for the dancing…well, you have to see that to believe it…

Liam the groom pulls a face at the wedding videographer as he's left to hold the brides bouquet during their wedding photos at Combermere Abbey

Wedding Ceremony and Reception Venue – Combermere Abbey, Whitchurch, Cheshire
Wedding Photographer – Jane Hockey, West Kirby, Wirral
Wedding Catering – Sue Le Bonne, Mobberley, Cheshire
Drinks and Bar Service – Gorilla Events, UK wide
Bespoke Wedding Dress – Kate at Scarlet Poppy, Pudsey, West Yorkshire
Bridal Make-Up – Clare at HarryJonMUA, covering Cheshire, Manchester and Stockport
Wedding Flowers – Lisa at Red Door Design, South Cheshire
Wedding Singer/ Soloist – Natalie Collins (accompanied by Paul Hayes on guitar)
Wedding Band – Madison, Liverpool, Merseyside

Is this your kinda wedding? Are you hoping for lots of excited nerves, laughter and a packed dance floor like Lindsay and Liam’s wedding day? If you loved their wedding video and would love to see more contact me to get a link to their longer film too.

I also have a variety of wedding styles to show off on my Portfolio page if you’d like to see more of my wedding video work.

If you’re actually planning your big day at Combermere Abbey or Cheshire and you’re looking for your perfect wedding videographer for your wedding day then I’d love to hear more about your wedding. Arrange a chat with me and you can see if I’m the one for you…