Hampton Court House is one of England’s most glamorous and romantic wedding venues. Set in 8 acres of magical 18th Century gardens, it is a hidden gem located opposite the world renowned Hampton Court Palace in Surrey. Christobelle & Tim decided on this venue as the outdoor space was a lovely setting for the twinkling fairy lights and romantic gardens and shell cove, perfect place for your wedding videography.
As London Videographers we shoot a lot of weddings, but we were very excited to film for the wedding of Christobelle and Tim, we didn't know the couple personally but talked over Skype as the couple were based in Germany. Tim met Christobelle in Germany, he was working in a Gas station and Christobelle used to come in as a customer and as Tim's best man explained it " Tim was blown away by Christobelle's beauty" over time things became more serious and the couple got to know each other and the rest is history as they say! Tim & Christobelle have a very strong faith and this was ever present when our wedding videographer filmed their blessing and ceremony.
Our Videographers loved the theme of the wedding, it was very opulent and mauves and purple were the overriding colour theme, the bridesmaids wore deep purple dresses which were complimented by ivory roses and lavender bouquets.
Meghan Fay and her wonderful team at www.extraordinarydaysevents.com Wedding Planning orchestrated the finer details and made sure the day flowed effortlessly, her attention to detail was second to none and I am sure Christobelle & Tim were overjoyed with the outcome of their big day. The couple asked us to be their wedding videographers after they had seen our work online and we seemed to fit the style they were looking for, and as you can see from the film the couple where very easy to work with as they had a natural warmth and ease with each other.
We wish the couple all the very best for their future happiness and next chapter in Life.
A & J x
U C Wedding Films
Take a sneak peek at the small trailer and Film Stills from the happy day!