Kelmarsh Hall is a romantic 18th Century house set in the Northamptonshire countryside and was the perfect venue for Serena & Ivan’s wedding day. The light was perfect, the weather was great and the gardens and surroundings were perfect for us wedding photographers and wedding videographers to capture some lovely imagery. Shortly after the guests arrived they had their civil ceremony in the main room and after the signing of the register made their way down to the lawn at the back of the house for their wedding reception. With home made Raki, traditional Serbian dancing and a fantastic accordion player they all soon got into the swing of things. The day then finished with the cutting of the cake and instead of a first dance they had a “First Drink” of Taquila. Fantastic day!! Fantastic couple and here are their Indian Wedding video highlights.
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A FEW THOUGHTS FROM SERENA & IVAN
Q1) What was the favourite parts of your big day?
Seeing Serena walk down the aisle. She took my breath away. And the speeches. They were quite simply the best. Hilarious, emotional wonderful stories. We had our wedding spread over 2 days and it was just a wonderful time to share with all our loved ones.
Q2) What do you love about being married?
Getting my ironing done. Only now that we are married will Serena do mine.
Q3) Why did you want a wedding film of your day?
Just as a really nice way of remembering the day.
Q4) Any advice for future bride and grooms?
Trust your gut. We didn’t really have a pattern or a tradition to follow and we very much wanted to make our own identity stand out. It was great to see it all come together so well but there were no guarantees. I guess sometimes you just have to go for it and hope for the best. We certainly did.
Wedding companies you used:
Wedding Venue by Kelmarsh Hall, Northamptonshire.
Wedding Dress by: Pronovias
Makeup and hair by : Emma Stroud and Jenna Kendall
Shoes by Russell and Bromley (Civil Ceremony) and Jimmy Choo (Indian)
Stationary by: Self
Cake by: a friend
Flowers by Quercus Flowers
DJ: Rob Benedict
Performer: Jovan Rnjak