Love, happiness and heartfelt speeches abound in this beautiful wedding film trailer by Rideout Wedding Films.
Helen and Mark had an elegant, traditional English wedding with bridesmaids in cafe au lait dresses, classic cars and a reception in the stunning surroundings of Berkeley Castle.
Helen was a vision in figure hugging satin and lace with side swept dark curls, smokey eye make up, and an exquisite, chapel length veil.
While Mark was the dapper, proud groom through and through – his thoughtful speech may just have you welling up even though you’ve never met him or his family before.
In fact, the focus on family is one of the things I love most about this film.
When children find true love, parents find true joy – Helen’s father
Helen + Mark | Berkley Castle from Rideout Films on Vimeo.
Gorgeous isn’t it?
Also I’m positively coveting Helen’s off the shoulder lace bolero!
photo by Clare Breheny Photography
Many thanks to Helen and Mark for sharing their wedding trailer with us – here’s what they had to say about Rideout Wedding Films:
If you think you do not need or want a videographer for your wedding, think again. You NEED to have Rideout Wedding Films! It will be the best decision you make and you will not regret it!
Rideout Wedding Films are flexible, approachable and above all incredibly friendly. On the day itself, you would not know they were there. They are beyond discrete and you wonder how they come up with the most incredible product a few months later!
Your Rideout wedding film is a perfect reflection of the happiest day of your lives. The trailer is a great reminder to send out to guests post-wedding and the film itself is so special that you will watch it on every wedding anniversary!
Rideout Wedding Films are based in the UK and cover the whole of Essex as well as Herts, Surrey, Kent, Suffolk, Beds, Bucks.
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Dress: La Sposa & bespoke bolero from Mirror Mirror in Islington | Shoes: Christian Louboutin | Suits: Bespoke from Marc Wallace, New Kings Road | Cake: Waitrose | Flowers: Oops a Daisy, Cirencester | Photographer: Clare Breheny Photography | Cars: England’s Finest Cars