Cat and Charlie had the most gorgeous wedding day, filmed at Bignor Park in West Sussex. The reception was held is a gorgeous Papakata sperry tent and decorated with rustic Spanish inspired flowers and decor. A beautiful little film here, inspired by gorgeous light and beautiful people.
When we dream about beautiful weddings and classic elegance, this is the wedding we have in mind. A stunning and peaceful spot for a romantic ceremony at the ancient St Peter's Church in Heysham followed by a elegently styled dream-come-true wedding reception at the gorgeous The Royal Hotel in Kirkby Lonsdale was the day of all dreams, for Ricky and Rebecca. The day was delightfully crafted together by the sublime Tebbey & Co and captured in full beauty by the ever talented Rachel Heyton Photography - a match made in heaven. We couldn't have asked for a more perfect day and every time we watch this trailer, we wish for Autumn and all the romance that comes with it. x
Looking back at our 2015 weddings has been such a joy these last few weeks, we are so lucky to have worked with some amazing teams and suppliers! One that really stands out was this extremely delightful wedding at the seamless Styal Lodge. James (Groom) is the most smiliest person we have ever caught on camera, which made us smile all day, and then we had face ache for the rest of the week! Truly, it was such a delight to see these two get wed. We also met the crazy talented Damian at DSB Creative who totally blew us away with his fabulous photos. What a guy, and so nice! It was a picture perfect day and we just loved crafting their wedding film. Here is a little taster of their day... enjoy. x
We just love hearing from our amazing Brides and Grooms about just how much they love their wedding films, and we are so delighted with this response from the darling Chloe and Kevin. Thank you so much. x
"The beautiful packaging/ gift box alone, within which the DVDs arrived, made me as excited as child on Christmas day morning! Everything was so well thought of- every last detail. I knew from our incredible wedding trailer that the DVD was going to be good but I had completely under-estimated just how good it was going to be. I'm struggling to put into words just how much we love the DVD but I'm certainly going to try...
You've made it possible for Kev & I to truly re-live our wedding day, but with special moments captured that went unnoticed on the day. You have put to film a day that is so special to us, in a way which truly reflects this- to a soundtrack that is so very personal and unique. Your creatively holds no bounds & we thank you from the bottom of our hearts for giving us the most special gift to remember our day by.
I also wanted to say a special thank you & Ed for being such a amazing people on the day itself & for bearing with us when things got a bit too much/ overwhelming. You were just wonderful to work with & I'd get married again just to be able work with you!" Chloe & Kevin
We understand that every Bride and Groom has a budget and that it can be hard to understand why companies supplying a similar product can cover such a range of fees. How much you pay for a wedding film will always depend on your budget but it is worth understanding why videographers charge what they do for a wedding video and what you can expect for your price.
Making a wedding film can take a lot of time and expertise and requires the use of a lot of expensive equipment. Like many services there are a huge variety of prices and services on offer. Your entry level videographer will normally charge less than £500 to come and film your wedding day. For this very low price you are unlikely to get the best equipment and your finished wedding film will almost certainly be quickly edited to a pre-existing template. Whilst the end result may still serve as a lovely reminder of your day it is unlikely to be beautifully crafted, and make you look like a movie star and become the envy of your friends! Videographers in this price range are often not entirely dedicated to making wedding films and will usually have another job during the week so they can afford to keep their prices low. As a result you can often expect lengthly delays with receiving your wedding video and limited communication about the finished product.
Your middle priced wedding filmmaker will charge between £1000 - £2500 and for this price you will get a much more professional and cinematic wedding video. Unlike your entry level videographers you will likely have more than one camera person attending your wedding, using high quality equipment (including steady cams, monopods, sliders and a variety of lenses), enabling them to capture all the detail from lots of different angles. Film makers from this price range will usually take a lot of time on carefully editing and grading your wedding film to be unique and beautiful, and the end result will be something you treasure forever and that your friends and family will love to watch again and again.
Your premium wedding videographer will be priced between £2000 - £5000 and you can expect them to arrive with potentially a whole crew of camera men and expensive equipment including camera cranes and aerial cameras. They will possibly only work on a small number of weddings a year and will be used to dealing with high end clients.
Silver Sixpence Films have priced ourselves to start just below the middle price range bracket. We want our wedding films to be available to as many people as possible but didn't want to sacrifice the quality we are able to provide as a result of charging too little. Our trailer only package is as cheap as £695 and we do discounts as often as possible, particularly for weekday or off-season weddings but we always put the same care and attention into our finished films as we love creating beautiful, cinematic, high quality wedding videos for our clients.
If you want to find out more of have any questions for us send us an email and say hi.
I think this might be our absolute most favourite wedding film trailer of all time. I just LOVE Kate. She is so beautiful, like something out of a MGM Hollywood film in the 1940's. Not to mention her stunning Jenny Packham dress which she truly rocked. Her partner James was a very dapper gentleman indeed and the two of them together, divine. I actually cried at this wedding, James made Kate a wonderful slideshow of pictures of her as a baby through to the two of them together, it was so lovely, I can't even tell you. Kate's creativity and style was extremely high up on the glamour scale. The room she had crafted (yes she did most of this herself - including the flowers!!) was a sea of ivory and crystal, reflective glass, glittering sliver beads, soft white peonies, ribbons and vintage style buttons and clasps, it was such a dream. Bundles of baby's breath made for stunning centre pieces balanced high up on glass plinths and silver candelabras, surrounded by hundreds of candles. The venue, Subton Hall as the back drop to this amazing day, was perfect, it's extensive grounds and impressive architecture oozes sophistication and old English charm. We wish both of them the biggest congratulations and love, and best wishes for their future together. Watch their trailer here....