Ever After is up for another award!

Ever After has again been shortlisted for an IoV Award for Best Wedding Day Film! Kelly and Wayne’s Fairytale Wedding Film is the one who made into the short list. Their wedding was shot at Allerton Castle. Last year, we won the Award for Best Wedding Day Film with a wedding film shot at the same location… Is this a good sign? Let’s hope so! The results will be announced on 14 October.

Now on a totally different note… It’s the middle of summer (not that you’d always be able to tell by the rather abysmal weather we’ve been having here in Sheffield lately). Yet go into a large department store, greeting card shop or just about any hotel with a function suite, and you are reminded that there are only a 136 days left until Christmas. Whoop dee doo… So I’m wondering if it would be too much of a crime to join in for a moment by sharing a clip of wedding we filmed around Christmas time last year??? I think I’ll take risk.

I’ve shared a trailer to this particular wedding a few months ago, it’s Alison and Leigh’s wedding. This time I’d like to share the highlights as they are a bit different. Rather than using a pop or rock song or a movie soundtrack as usual, these highlights are set to a piece proper classical music, Vaughan Williams’ Theme by Thomas Tallis. As Alison is a classically trained musician and music it teacher it made perfect sense to use this music. It did provide me with a few challenges but I think it worked out nicely.
Alison and Leigh at the Priest House Hotel in Derbyshire.

One Response to “Ever After is up for another award!”

  • Paul Gallagher says:

    Congratulations on being short listed for best wedding film, Kelly & Waynes wedding is sure to bring you another award this year as its fantastic.

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