This is the feature-length edit for the wedding of Sarah and Duncan. The wedding took place at the spectacular Great Fosters, a 16th Century mansion near Egham. If you’re a football fan, you may be recognise the table names as former Crystal Palace players and managers. This has a special significance as Duncan took Sarah on a “date” to a Crystal Palace game 10 years ago, marking the beginning of their life together and it made for a very amusing story in the grooms speech!
Every bride dreams of sunshine on their wedding day (or maybe snow!), so the morning rain may have come as a bit of a disappointment, but strange as it seems there was something really quite magical about it, creating a calmness matched by Sarah and the bridal party. And by late afternoon the skies had cleared, the Sun was shining and the beautiful gardens glistening making for some wonderful photo opportunities.
In the evening, when Michael Jackson’s “Thriller” started playing, Sarah and a large bunch of girls jumped to the floor to perform a choreographed routine that they leaned on Sarah’s hen doo. Classic! And a unusual but brilliant choice of first dance with Chaka Kahn’s “Aint nobody”.
This was a very special wedding and i hope you enjoy this film.
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