Capesthorne Hall is an early 18th century country house in Cheshire. The entrance to Capesthorne Hall is so impressive. I was looking forward to filming at this venue, as I hadn’t worked there before. It’s always nice to visit new places.
Ysabelle and James decided to go ahead with their wedding ceremony with reduced numbers at Capesthorne. The venue was really good with social distancing and all the staff wore masks. Everybody’s temperature was checked when they arrived, which I thought was really good.
The October weather wasn’t great. In fact, it rained all day! That didn’t stop us from getting a few shots outside when the rain wasn’t too heavy. Some of the guests brought their umbrellas for the group shot, which looks good on camera.
The grounds at Capesthorne Hall are beautiful so there was no shortage of place to film. The couples shots were captured outside the entrance, as it was under cover so the newlyweds could keep out of the rain. The light in this spot was also really nice. I always like to get at least one shot of the couple walking along, chatting and holding hands. It always works really well, as it’s relaxed and natural. Ysabelle and James did a walking shot in front of the hall, which looks great.
Wedding film trailer & highlights
You can watch the teaser trailer video below and the highlights video.
All of the wedding videography packages include the full feature edit on USB so the newlyweds can watch that with a glass of wine or two! 😀 You can find out about our wedding videography packages on the Prices page. If you have any questions at all, don’t hesitate to get in touch!
Find out more about Capesthorne Hall on their website.