The South Farm Wedding Film


The South Farm Wedding Film Of Georgia and Charlie

True love on Tinder? For Georgia and Charlie, it certainly was. In fact, the first message Charlie send was practically a proposal! From this first message, their love quickly blossomed, and at 1275 days into their relationship; I was honoured to be chosen as the wedding videographer for their barn wedding at South Farm in Cambridgeshire.

As Charlie said in some of their first messages to each other – before they had even met – it looked like Charlie and Georgia were meant to be. From then on, their love grew stronger, until one day in New York, Charlie proposed to Georgia.

As Georgia’s favourite film is Serendipity, Charlie has planned to propose in the location of the film’s final scenes; the ice rink in Central Park. However, with Georgia’s clumsiness and the fear of a mid-skate proposal going wrong, Charlie came up with a better idea. Booking a romantic horse and cart trip around Central Park, as soon as the ice-skating rink was in sight, Charlie proposed. Or as Georgia puts it; “made the best and most expensive mistake of his life!”

Already, the love story of Georgia and Charlie is playing out better than any romantic film!

A Cambridgeshire Countryside Wedding Day

With Charlie and Georgia’s love of the countryside and farming, South Farm in Cambridgeshire was the ideal wedding location for the happy couple. The twenty acres of gardens complete with lily ponds and streams offered a fantastic backdrop. It was indeed a mesmerising place for a wedding videography!

As well as the location being a great representation of where the couple come from and what they aspire for the future. There were so many carefully added details to the wedding, which made their big day so uniquely and romantically personal to both Charlie and Georgia.

One of my favourite moments in the wedding film is the bride and groom with their yellow flares (being Charlie’s favourite colour). It was a beautiful moment and really fun to capture the swirl of yellow encapsulating the happy couple.

I also couldn’t miss out the very emotional and loving father-of-the-bride speech. Georgia’s Dad had the whole room welling up as he said that seeing his daughter was like ‘seeing the sun come out from behind the clouds.’

Indeed, this bright and happy couple are a burst of sunshine in themselves, and their wedding was full of colour to show this. From the beautiful bouquets with colourful flowing ribbons to the incredible pink rose details on the train of Georgia’s stunning wedding dress and not forgetting the bridesmaids in their gorgeous pastel gowns.

Whether they see it as a mark of the 1275 days of being together of the first day of the rest of their lives, the wedding day was an incredibly magical affair. I hope the wedding film shows the true personality of this calm, fun and sunny couple complete with all of the emotion and love that their big day held.


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