The Old Vicarage at East Ruston offers a blank canvas for a DIY wedding with the added bonus of some of the most stunning gardens in the area. Once the gardens were closed Christy, Harry and their guests had free reign to explore and explore we did!!
I first popped to see Harry at his parents to film some groom prep before heading over to see Christy at home. It wasn’t long before I was hitting the road towards East Ruston and the woodland ceremony space for a gorgeous ceremony in front of their family and friends.
Harry’s reaction to Christy as she walked down the aisle towards him was beautiful. And the emotions remained high throughout the day and during the speeches, you could tell just how much Christy means to Harry and that just left all the guests beaming.
After the speeches, we headed out into the gardens and wow, how beautiful were they? It was lovely for Christy and Harry to have some alone time (well apart from me and Bev Harrison – Photographer – in tow) so they could just take it in!
It was soon party time and the dancefloor was packed all night. These two are two of the nicest people you could possibly hope to meet. It was just amazing that over the last couple of years, I have had the opportunity to get to know their families too.
It was my pleasure being your wedding videographer and I hope you love your films as much as I loved being a part of your wedding day!