What a day and what a wedding! The day the lovely Renate and Ronak would tie the knot.
We began our day in Wandsworth, London with the groomsmen. Certainly a relaxed atmosphere, chilling on the sofa, toast to be buttered and coffee to be drank we knew this group were going to be awesome. The house was lovely, with lots of natural light and space to weave in out with our Glidecams. It was here that we met photographers, Adam and Simon of Enchanting Wood Photography. What absolute gents, they were fantastic to work alongside, we’ll definitely be keeping an eye out for the photos!
We then made our way onto Morden Hall set within a 125-acre National Trust Park south of central London. The 18th century country house was of pure elegance, recently opened and an absolute breath of fresh air was felt throughout. The staff were brilliant, we were truly looked after and I cannot recommend them enough.
Upstairs in the Cherry suite we met the gorgeous Renate, our bride and her bridal party. Nothing short of the beautiful interior throughout, the room was incredible with plenty of space, lavish décor to the finest taste. The ladies were in great spirits, excited and slightly anxious for the day ahead. With hair and make-up well under way we got straight into filming and captured the action. With her jet black hair and a feathered hair piece Renate was already stunningly striking and I couldn’t wait to see her in that dress – and let me tell you it was an image Ronak shall never forget.
With the guests starting to arrive it was time for me to set up the tripods in the ceremony room. I must say the flower decoration and candles in addition to father of the bride Pat’s extremely talented wood carving lead to a dainty and homely feel to the day.
It goes without saying that the importance of today was all about family and friends. It was the formal celebration of an Irish and Indian family becoming one through the love of both Renate and Ronak. There was a real reflection of this throughout the day with the traditions flurrying throughout. The bridesmaids in Sari’s, a special performance from Rentate and maid of honour Tracy with Pat on the accordion and a rhythmic entrance into the wedding breakfast. There were certainly endless opportunities to film and a great day was had by all.
We would like that thank you both for allowing us to be a part of your special day. It was lovely to meet your families and witness your absolute love and devotion toward one another. We wish you joy and happiness throughout the rest of your lives together.