Whether I’m shooting a wedding, or a civil ceremony, capturing the emotions and excitement experienced by the couples and their friends and family never grows tiresome. I have been fortunate enough to work with a number of couples from a range of diverse cultures and backgrounds.
I recently had the pleasure of shooting the video for the wedding and civil ceremony of Hiten and Maneeta, who confirmed their union at the Newland Manor Park, a country house based in Buckinghamshire that dates back to the 17th century.
Some may assume that the filming of wedding videos can be something of a generic and monotonous affair, but nothing could be further from the truth. While it’s true that a number of weddings will share a number of similarities, there’s something you can’t replicate and that’s the couples and those eager to celebrate the union of the couple.
There was a large turnout from family and friends who were keen to congratulate Hiten and Maneeta on making their union official, which showcased just how special this couple are to those closest.
This was true for the civil ceremony and wedding of Hiten and Maneeta, a fun-loving couple that were keen to share their big day with their nearest and dearest. Hindu culture was at the forefront of the day, making for some colourful and beautiful shots that really shows how the beautiful décor complimented the colourful attire worn by Hiten and Maneeta.
Humour is very much part of Hiten and Maneeta, so much so that a great amount of humour was injected into the speeches, much to the delight of friends and family in attendance. The laughter shared between the couple only enforced what a perfect couple they make.
The celebrations following the service were also infused with a high dose of fun. Dancers paid tribute to the couple with a traditional Hindu dance routine, with friends and family joining in some time afterwards.
Shooting videos for weddings means being able to capture memorable moments as well as being able to capture the beautiful outfits and the excitement experienced during the celebrations. Fortunately, couples such as Hiten and Maneeta make this possible, simply by them being themselves, which
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