Eudrige Orangery Wedding Video Holly & Jack. It was absolute pleasure of a first visit for Holly and Jacks Euridge Orangery Wedding Video. What a beautiful place!
Euridge Orangery Wedding Film
Pretty much perfect in every way, this venue has one of the most beautiful gardens I’ve seen at a wedding venue. The Euridge Orangery Wedding has four separate areas to enjoy. The Orangery itself was used for the bridal preparation as the weather was fantastic. The Lake is stunning with Oblisks and thatched roof. A Dedicated Marque holds the wedding breakfast and the gardens are absolutely beautiful for a champagne reception. Be sure that you check this place out if your scouting for wedding venues. It is a real find.
On arrival in late October, a thick fog covered the estate. Although by mid morning the fog lifted and the sun lit the lake and the Georgian-style architecture, the ceremony under the thatched boat house was magical!
The Bridal Party
The Bridal party took their seats for breakfast as I met Holly for the first time. She was so animated, a real personality, excited and happy as she danced and laughed though her entire hair and makeup sessions. When a bride is this positive it makes shot choice so difficult as theres always so much content of the bride to use. I really had that advantage, Holly was made for a camera.
A Planned Surprise by the Couple
Wedding guests were told to meet at the venue where Jack and the grooms party stayed the night before. The guests, were very confused when two vintage buses arrived to transport them to Euridge Manor. as they where under the impression that the wedding would take place where they’d been told to arrive.
Home is North east US for Holly and jack. Holly is English, and Jack is American. They met at school as Holly completed her education in North America. The fist look took place under an ancient castle ruin. Jack was blown away by Holly. She looked incredible. They parted ways with a kiss before the ceremony with personally written vows. The Humanist ceremony was conducted under the little boat house on the lake. The guests overlooked the ceremony from the main house balcony, while Close family and friends where seated under the thatched roof of the boat house to view the exchange of vows.
Spoiled for choice
The vows, ceremony and speeches described Holly and Jacks life together so well. Listening to the story of a couple, is one of things I love to focus the wedding film on.
Knowing what to include in the final edit was a brutal culling process. I think I would’ve really struggled to fit so much content into a 3-4 minute highlights film. What a relief that the 10minute + length was perfect and it did allow enough time for the personality and energy of the couple to really shine through.
The Lost Orangery is a magical place! If you have chosen this beautiful setting for your wedding. so get in touch. We would love to create a wedding video at Euridge manor for you.