It's almost lunch time, and I know that many of you will be
distracted already by the idea of a break from work and something yummy
to eat.  I'm here to add to that distraction with a wonderful little
super-8mm movie, courtesy of film makers Cine Reportage.

This lovely little film follows the 'wedfest' of Alice and James, which
took place at their picturesque family home in Kent.  Film maker William Cummock told me more..


"Alice and James' wedding was a joyful, bright and breezy day with all
that's best about the illusive English summer – flowers fresh from the
from the garden, guests seated on straw-bales, home-made elderflower
cordial and forecast rain that never materialised.

It's hard to match the intimacy of a family-owned venue, everyone was so at ease – chilling out and celebrating together.  Alice's stunning dress was by Jenny Packham and her bridesmaids made a pretty bouquet of English Roses in blush pink…"

Love My Dress Wedding Blog – Film Editing Copyright (c) 2012 Cine Reportage



If you would like to learn more about Cine Reportage and the wedding day film services they offer, please visit the Cine Reportage website.

Huge thanks to William Cummock and for sharing this lovely wedding film with us all today.

We'll
be back at 1pm with a discussion post that addresses one of the more
delicate aspects of wedding planning; family politics – and the table
planning nightmare!

Much love all.

Annabel

Lunch Time Wedding Film ~ Alice and James... (Films )

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Annabel is the founder of Love My Dress. She lives in rural North Yorkshire with her husband and business partner Philip, two daughters Eska and Leanora and three dogs. If she's not being a Blog Queen or practicing her photography, you'll find her fighting her way through a renovation dust cloud as she and her family transform their forever-home.

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