When it comes to weddings, there are a number of factors that make so memorable and alluring. Josh and Munisha are a couple who like many others, were able to make the day both memorable and emotional simply by being themselves and showing how much they truly love each other.
The wedding was held at Chatsworth House, a stately home in Derbyshire which is also the seat of the Duke of Devonshire, being home to the Cavendish family since 1549.
Josh and Munisha are both doctors who actually met while at University, and it’s evident just how much this wonderful couple mean to each other. The two made their vows in the most emotional and heart-warming way possible, ensuring the emotion spread throughout the venue.
The wedding of Josh and Munisha was probably more emotional than most, as they were due to leave for the United States after the wedding, which meant friends and family were even more emotional, knowing that this is the start of a new life for both Josh and Munisha.
While everyone was happy for the couple and their new venture, it’s obvious just how much both of them mean to the friends and family, the feelings experienced in the room only act as a testament of this.
A number of different cultures were blended into one magnificent day, showing solidarity and love between new family members who were only too happy to share the love on the day.
While the wedding of Josh and Munisha was beautiful from an aesthetic point of view, it was the overall atmosphere of the day that really made the day so memorable. The wonderful couple partnered with delightful guests make this one of the most memorable weddings I have filmed to date.
One would assume that when you film weddings for a living, then it all becomes a little repetitive. Actually, nothing could be further from the truth, and weddings such as Josh and Munisha’s show that each and every wedding will have its own unique vibe, which is what makes weddings so alluring in the first instance.
Shooting a wedding video allows a couple to relive those special moments, as well as allowing friends and family who weren’t able to attend the original wedding to enjoy the highlights of the day.
Photographer: James Stewart