Beth: “I love you because you let me wear your T-shirts. I love you because you have no shame when dressed entirely in Lycra!”
Will: “I love you because you have an open heart which makes me try to be more open”
Will and Beth have bags of charm and we didn’t have to try very hard to make their personalities leap out of the screen in this vintage wedding videography! It was a real pleasure to film such a sweet couple and we adored all the special little vintage touches they put into their day, from the beautiful lace wedding gown that Beth reworked herself from a charity-shop find, to the vintage-inspired stationery and signs. Their creativity and attention to detail made the day a visual feast and the Manners Arms at Knipton proved a splendid backdrop.
We have been experimenting with videography on an old Super 8 camera (canon 814 XLS ; ) this year. We shoot real Super 8 film stock and send it off to Germany to be developed and converted so we can edit it alongside our modern high definition footage. I think you’ll agree that the grainy old style look works really well with the vintage wedding styling of Will and Beth’s day. Our cinematographers even managed to film a time lapse on Super 8! See if you can spot it!
I hope you enjoy this video as much as I do – it makes me smile, and shed a little tear every time I watch it! Ladies and gentlemen, meet Mr and Mrs Hayes!
Vintage Wedding Videography by Viva La Wedding
Venue: The Manners Arms, Knipton
Gown: designed & made by Beth, used fabric from a charity shop dress
Hair piece: made by Beth
Hair & makeup: LeKeux Events, Birmingham
Bridesmaids dresses: pattern by Eliza M, made by Beth
Grooms Suit: King & Allen, London
Grooms men’s suits: the wedding company, Oadby
Decor: made by Beth
Flowers: made by Beth
Rings: Ryan Spicer, Cheltenham
Cake: Cakes by Beth, Manchester
Band: The High Noons, London
Ice Cream Bike: Lee’s Ice Dreams
Photographer: White Kite Photography