Marryoke – Love Is All You Need
Marryoke – James & Lauren
Here is James and Lauren’s Marryoke. They sang Lynden David Hall’s version of All You Need Is Love from the film Love Actually. The couple got married at Wendron parish church, they then had a short coach ride to the reception venue, which was St Michael’s Hotel in Falmouth, Cornwall. I jumped onto the retro coach with all the guests and managed to start the Marryoke which the guests found fun. The guests welcomed James and Lauren, when they arrived onto the beautiful garden’s at the St Michael’s Hotel. The sun stayed out long into the evening allowing us to continue to film outside with the guests and make use of the gardens. The guests were treated to some old cornish songs sang in the church, and this continued on throughout the night. Everyone was in good spirits and keen to get involved with the Marryoke. Our team also filmed the couple’s Wedding Video which included the heartfelt and funny speeches. There was a strong bond between all the friends and family, and I think that shows in the video. It was also a great song choice, a meaningful song to the couple and something that all the guests were part of, on their special day.
Wedding Video and Marryoke Produced By I Do Film Weddings
Reception St Michael’s Hotel
Marryoke – Nothing’s Gonna Stop Us Now – James & Joanne’s Wedding at The Headland Hotel, Newquay.
Here is James and Joanne’s Wedding Marryoke. They sang Starship’s song, Nothing’s Gonna Stop Us Now. Our team also filmed their wedding video. We started in the morning, filming the bride and girls getting ready at the spectacular Headland Hotel in Newquay, Cornwall. The girls were all in good spirits as they had their makeup done by the talented Hannah Wright. We had time to start filming the beginning of the Marryoke and the girls were all up for it. I then travelled to the groom’s house to film the groomsmen getting ready, and then onto the St Columb Minor Church for the service. We then headed back to the Headland Hotel for dinner and the reception where we continued to film the marryoke. The guys had a Cornish theme, with the groomsmen wearing Cornish Kilts, with a black and yellow colour scheme, which you will be able to see from the video looked really smart. The Headland Hotel grounds was an amazing location to film some marryoke, especially with the gorgeous sunset going down on Fistral beach in the background. I’m always glad to use my crane as much as possible as it gives the video so much production value, make sure you watch until the end to see it. To top it all off, there were some fantastic fireworks to finish off a wonderful day for the couple. I really enjoyed producing both the Marryoke and Wedding Video for James and Joanne. Their friends and family were fun and partyied right until the end of the night. I think their energy shows in the Marryoke.
Marryoke produced by award winning I Do Film Weddings
Photography by This Life Photography
Location The Headland Hotel, Newquay, Cornwall.
Make Up by Hannah Wright
Marryoke It Must Be Love Haydon and Julie
Marryoke (Where we make a music video on the day of the Wedding) Haydon and Julie, along with their wedding guests sing Madness’ hit song “It Must Be Love”. This was such a fun wedding, and because I was also filming their Wedding Video starting with the bridal preparations in the morning, it meant that I could also start earlier with the Marryoke. This not only adds a variety to the footage, which always helps when filming a music video, but also settles the inevitable morning nerves that everyone has. This gang needed no encouragement getting involved with the Marryoke, as I’m sure you will be able to tell in the video. I was also chuffed to get the chance to use my crane which always adds amazing production value to my videos. Filmed at Quinton House, we also filmed their best first dance ever, which really is genuinely the best first dance I have ever seen, so make sure you also check that out. I don’t know about you, but I always find it funny when it looks like the voice suits the singer in a Marryoke, and I definitely think this applies to the Haydon the groom.