I often like to feature wedding films around lunch time for my readers to enjoy during their break, but there are wedding films and there are wedding films and the kind of wedding film I’m talking about right now, simply cannot wait until lunch time.
This breathtakingly produced film was crafted by cinematographer Roland Mihalszky. It features gorgeous bride Jessica and her quite frankly adoring husband Jamie on their 12th May wedding day at Kensington Palace in London.
Jessica looked utterly resplendent in her Ritva Westenius wedding dress, chosen for it’s flattering neckline and cinched in waist. She later slipped in to a Suzanne Neville design for the evening, a purchase from Love My Dress sponsor Miss Bush Bridal. More on the frocks shortly.
This could possibly be the most mesmerisingly beautiful wedding film you have ever seen. The cinematic sound track that sweeps along majestically with every second of glorious footage, that look on his face moments before his bride walks down the aisle, that dance scene and the Marlene Dietrich-esque cigar at the end – it is such a captivating and spell-binding 6 minutes and 22 seconds of film…
“I loved the one-shoulder detail on my Suzanne Neville dress from Miss Bush Bridal – I was after the ‘Old Hollywood” glamour look which I think I achieved!
My stunning bridesmaids wore Twobirds Dresses in Slate, also a purchase from Miss Bush Bridal. The dress length was butterfly as I wanted their Louboutin’s to be on show of course!
The bridesmaids dresses were flattering to all the girls who were all different sizes; I’ve heard horror stories of brides having to get new dresses due to bridesmaids gaining weight, falling pregnant etc. This dress completely took the stress away from me AND the girls as they knew on the day they could tie it however they felt comfortable. They all wore it the same for the ceremony and then changed it in the evening to however they wanted. The bandeau was also used for the girls with bigger busts, it looks so neat and tidy and a wonderful idea for hiding bra straps.
The girls felt at such ease walking down the aisle at Kensington Palace, and I put it down to the fact they were in fabulous dresses that hid what they didn’t want to show! This was evident in the photos… very happy bridesmaids indeed.
Emma and all the girls at Miss Bush Bridal are great – a true delight to work with. From the first time I visited Miss Bush Bridal, to the final fitting the whole team were all nothing but supportive, professional and attentive. They made my mum (who had travelled across world) so comfortable and made her feel like her daughter was getting married! Having tried on numerous dresses I must say the overall experience was perfect. Corinne was a star – she answered my one hundred and one questions quickly and always with a smile. Jen was like a mother to me (whilst mine had to go back home) – teling me all the things I wanted to hear but never once making me feel like she was sugar coating anything. Janet is the Vera Wang of the countryside! She does what she does best and with such ease. Everything fitted like a glove.
From a very happy bride and a very happy Mother of the Bride, we can’t thank the whole team at Miss Bush Bridal enough.“