Hi all, yes it has been very quiet on our blog of late – for our latest news head over to our Facebook page https://www.facebook.com/WhiteVillaFilms where we have been keeping you up to date with all of the latest news and lovely imagery. We have plans for our website news section though and in fact the entire website!
As 2014 is in full swing and spring approaches we are planning a spring clean of our website in an effort to make it easier and more fun to use for you. It will also make things easier for us to blog and give you more our lovely work to look at too so everyones a winner
Work should begin in the next couple of weeks and we will keep you updated so you know when to expect our revived web space!
A lot of the time we get to shoot the pre wedding shoot at the venue where the couple are planning to get married which is fantastic for us to find out the best spots for photo opportunities on the day, especially if we have never been to that venue before. But for Chris & Dan, they wanted to go to the place that they got engaged at for their shoot – Clifton Suspension Bridge.
I love weddings me! Each one is different and this was no exception. We were looking forward to Kerry & James’ wedding already and when the day finally came we were not let down. There was just such a lovely feel to their wedding day that i’m going to find hard to describe in words here but then that’s why we take photos so that they can do the talking and tell you what it was like and how it felt. Even better, in this blog we are delighted to treat you to a special highlights film of their wedding too.
With a wedding on Easter Sunday this Easter holiday, we were free to do a pre wedding shoot on the Saturday with Kerry & James. Both of which were no stranger to Katy and myself as they are good friends of my sister and Kerry was bridesmaid at her wedding only last August. Kerry runs the local magazine Bishopston Matters which provides lots of useful information and community support for the Bishopston, Ashley Down, Horfield and St Andrews areas of Bristol. As a result the wedding will be very much a local affair with lots of help from the people she speaks with on a daily basis in the community such as the cafe hut in St Andrews Park that will be helping to supply some wooden chairs for the reception. We like this very much (more…)