Mark & Sarah’s wedding took place at The Plough Inn, Eaton just outside of Congleton back in January. We had great weather on the day and the guests were brilliant.
The wedding service took place in the historic Barn at The Plough as the Inn is licensed to hold Civil Ceremony’s and offered the perfect setting for the big day.
This superb comment from Mark & Sarah was posted on my facebook page: If there’s one thing you need to have at your wedding, it has to be Mark of Marlyn Pictures. My wife and I have just watched our wedding video and cannot stop watching it. I would have no hesitation recommending Mark to capture one of the most important days of your life!! Thank you Mark!
The stills are taken from the actual dvd footage
We have just finished watching the DVD and it was absolutely fantastic.
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The day started overcast with a bit of rain in the air. The wedding all took place
at Shrigley Hall with a civil service.
Lindsay arrived with the bridesmaids from the hairdressers but no makeup shots were filmed as requested. Leon and the guys turned up with Leon’s Mum and Dad for a quick photo shoot. The quartet could be heard playing in the background.
The Bridemaids and Mum had their photos taken at the top of the stairs before Lindsay and her dad arrived to have a quick chat with the registrars and a couple of photosprior to walking down the Aisle.
The service was filmed on two cameras from the front, one wide and one close to allow various angles. Additional radio mics and a recording device were used to capture both the service dialogue and the quartet sound.
Mike Allen did the photography www.mikeallenphotography.co.uk and Horgans cars provided the transport. After the service came the confetti shot and then Leon & Lindsay had a run in the wedding car with champagne. The British weather kept on being its usual self with a light drizzle bit it didnt stop me and mike getting some great shots.
After dinner and speeches it was time for the official cake cutting followed by the first dance.
All images in the blog are taken from the actual video footage – copyright Mark Eckersley
Thank you for the DVD’s they were a lovely suprise for when we came back from holiday today. Love it!. I really like the images that you have included on the actual DVD’s themselves. We are both really pleased. Especially like the black and white closing/recap piece at the end.
The service took place at Smallwood Church in Cheshire, followed by the reception at a Marquee in the field opposite Michael & Victoria’s house.
The day started with the hair and makeup shots at Victoria’s (Tori) parents and then onto the church awaiting Michael and the guests arriving. The vicar at the Church was great, really accomodating and he also runs Astley church. The service was filmed from the rear of the church on two cameras, one wide and one close with radio mics in place to capture a good quality soundtrack. Filming at the back of the church is really unobtrusive as the couple and guests hardly notice your there.
Once the service was over and the confetti thrown it was then onto the reception for the drinks reception. There was also an ice cream cart and canopies providing guests with light refreshments as the sun shined.
As the photographs were taken, a quartet played classical and modern tracks.
After dinner there were singing waiters, a few more photographs and the first dance.
All images are taken from the actual video footage.
Thank you for the dvd of Natalie and Craigs wedding, it was absolutely fantastic we all loved it.
My favourite is the end when its in black and white and seeing my grandson Jake run to Natalie brought tears to my eyes, Thanks for a beautiful fantastic wedding film.
The wedding service took place at St Johns Church in Ashton Under Lyne and the reception was held at Ashton Curzon football club. Hair and make up shots with Natalie & the Girls were taken at the Village Hotel, Ashton Moss.
Thank you for such professional service.
Sue (Mum of the Bride)
Horgans Cars provided the wedding transport on the day.
We have received and watched the wedidng dvd – it’s fantastic! thank you so much!
The Service took place at St Johns Catholic Church in Chorlton. It was a nice day, bright to begin with,going slightly overcast later. The wedding reception was held at the Lymm Hotel just outside of Lymm.
The photographer on the day was Keith Goodwin with Horgans Cars providing transport.
Thank you so much for the DVD you sent. We watched it last night and loved it! Rob was soooo impressed and really glad we had this made (considering how much he really didn’t want it done)!
Rob & Michelle got married in August at Styal Lodge in Styal. Situated right next door to the Golf Club. The building has recently been renovated to a very high standard and carries a civil wedding licence to allow marriages on the premises.
The weather was warm which made the fresh ice cream, cold beers and chilled wine the perfect indulgence.
No wedding car was required as Michelle and her bridesmaids were able to get ready the the Lodge itself – the onsite catering is superb.
Thank you very much for our wedding DVDs.
Thank you also for producing such a great film. It seems like such a long time ago now so it’s nice to have something to watch. Rob was very reluctant to have it done but he’s so pleased with it now and so glad that I persuaded him to go for it. We would highly recommend you.
Michelle & Rob
The DVD is great.
Keith & Lorraine’s wedding was filmed in October and what superb weather they had – goes to show that in the UK you cannot predict the best time to get maried in order to have nice weather. The month to avoid though is November as on record it usually does rain a lot.
The service was held at all saints church ib Cheadle Hulme, followed by the reception at the Village Hotel in Cheadle.
The car company was Horgans Cars and the photographer is a friend of Lorraine’s.
This wedding was forwarded and recommended to me by Terry & Hayley whose wedding is featured in an earlier post. Hayley did the hair and makeup for Lorraine and the Bridesmaids.
“Just saying a massive Thank You for the wonderful recording of our wedding.
Its absolutely perfect and just what we wanted !”
The wedding took place at Shrigley Hall Hotel nr Pott Shrigley in Cheshire.
It was a civil service with a string quartet, followed by a quick spin in the wedding car for Ian & Ruth, then back for photos and drinks.
The photographer on the day was Mike Allen with Horgans Cars providing transport.
The evening reception was held in the Tilden Suite with a dj for the first few dances, followed by a live band called The Funky Monks