Elizabeth and Philip at Gaynes Park

Next up: Elizabeth and Philip! Here’s a wedding I’m unlikely to ever forget, first ever wedding where the bride invited 2 donkeys! Elizabeth is quite the animal lover and loved the idea of a petting zoo, originally she wanted an elephant, but that didn’t seem quite feasible. So the next choice was donkeys, Jack and Del Boy, who were groomed to perfection for the big day and proved to be quite popular with the guests.
Elizabeth and Philip’s wedding was truly beautiful: 2 of the sweetest people you’ll ever meet, a lovely venue (Gaynes Park in Essex), perfect weather, … And we had the pleasure of working with Alison and Stephen from Purvis-Gisborne Photography again. You can check out some photos of Elizabeth and Philip’s wedding on the Purvis-Gisborne Blog. I hope you enjoy the highlights from their wedding film.

Elizabeth & Philip from EverAfterVideos on Vimeo.

And now for a little extra treat. If you venture over to our Ever After Facebook page, you’ll get a glimpse of what we were up to yesterday in the North East. We’ve got a little flavour to share from Florence and Michael’s wedding at St Godric’s Church in Durham and a reception at Jesmond Dene House in Newcastle. It was a beautiful but freezing cold day, luckily not hampered by any snow. And I just want to give a quick shout out to Ian from Pacific Studios, who was more than a joy to work with yesterday and to the florist Diana Kaye, who put together a stunning bouquet made entirely from Lilies of the Valley (which smelled amazing)

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