Lymm Golf Club
David and Jess chose the Lymm Golf Club as the venue for their Cheshire wedding. They had a ‘Happily Ever After’ theme for their wedding reception with Disney table names and plan. They even had an Aladdin’s lamp on their post box and present table. It’s nice when brides and grooms chose something that means a lot to them for their table names. Travel is a popular choice with the tables named after places that the couple has visited.
The wedding ceremony was held at Christ Church in Timperley, near Altrincham, Cheshire. One of my favourite parts of filming a wedding is when the bride walks down the aisle. There is always so much happiness (mixed with nerves) that’s all caught on the wedding video. It’s a lovely moment. It’s also nice for the bride to be able to watch the wedding dvd afterwards and be able to see her bridesmaids walk down the aisle before her. Without the video, the bride wouldn’t get to watch all of that.
The bride and groom decided that they wanted from the arrivals at the church until the end of the speeches filmed. This is a popular package, as it captures most of the day. The most important part of the day to be captured on video for the couple, was the wedding ceremony. I couldn’t agree more that this is such an important part of the wedding day to be filmed. Sometimes, budgets can be tight, but luckily, I offer a package that includes the filming of the ceremony until all of the guests and the bride and groom go into the wedding breakfast room. This means that there is an affordable wedding videography package for every couple. You can view the wedding videography packages and prices here.
Cheshire wedding teaser trailer
You can view the teaser trailer of this Cheshire wedding below. There are more wedding video teasers and highlights for you to view on the blog. The teaser trailer is a nice snippet of the wedding film that can be shared on social media and then with friends and family.
Timperley Christ Church & Lymm Golf Club wedding video highlights
This is the wedding video highlights, which is usually edited to the bride and groom’s first dance song.