Whether it’s a Hindu wedding, or a civil ceremony, there’s no denying how much emotion and atmosphere the union of two people can yield. Friends and family will travel from all around the country, and even globally, to ensure that they are present at the union.
As such, a couple wants to ensure that their special day is captured in the right kind of way. Having a number of years’ experience within the industry, I can testify that very rarely does capturing the day on video seem like work. I have the opportunity to work with a plethora of delightful couples, and I feel honoured to be part of their big day.
Monty and Farrah decided to make their union official via a civil ceremony which was held at the Castle Hotel in Windsor. Filming throughout the day, it was clear just how much Monty and Farrah love each other. Their smiles grew wider throughout the day as they prepared to make their union official in front of their beloved friends and family.
There was a lot of Hindu tradition instil into the civil ceremony, with a Hindu ceremony taking place before the day of the civil ceremony. As the vows were read out it’s clear to see that Monty and Farrah are more than just another couple in love, they are a union. And I have every confidence that they will be there to catch each other as they fall, showing how much love to two have for each other.
Wedding cinematography requires more than just a couple making their union official, it requires atmosphere and emotion. Fortunately, this was in plentiful supply on the day. Close family members made emotional speeches which cemented how much Month and Farrah mean to friends and family, as well as to each other. The celebrations that followed also contributed in making an ideal keepsake for the couple.
A civil ceremony video not only allows a couple to relive the magical day over and over again, but it also allows friends and family who weren’t able to make it the first time round, to witness a truly wonderful day.
Pleasure to cooperate on the day with: