Harks Hall Wedding Video – Shot on location at the Marks Hall Estate, Coggeshall, Essex
I loved putting together Laura and Chaye’s Marks Hall Wedding Video. This was one of those edits that came together so quickly for me and generally when that happens it’s a reflection of how awesome the day was to film.
There are so many positive things to reflect on when I think back to Laura and Chaye’s Marks Hall Wedding. The weather was beautiful, the cast assembled was fun and engaging, and the story of our lead characters compelling.
And of course The Coach House at Marks Hall is literally across the fields from my house. I timed it. It took me 6 minutes to drive door to door. That’s always a win in my books!
My day started literally bumping into photographer Tracy Morter as I arrived at Mark’s Hall. Tracy and I have known each other for years (we went to school together) so I always enjoy working with her.
With everything in one place, I spent the morning skirting between the bridal prep and the prep in the Coach House where florist Kelly L’Esperance from Miss Fleur and stylist Party Squared were doing a brilliant job as always setting up the venue so beautifully.
The ceremony in the garden at Marks Hall was a touching affair and I enjoyed the colours that the well maintained garden brought to the shots. From here our bride and groom were whisked away, along with myself and Tracy, on a golf buggy to get some shots in the walled garden at Marks Hall.
In front of the camera Laura and Chaye were relaxed and natural which, from a filming point of view, is always the goal. They seemed engrossed with each other and I was delighted with the shots I got of them during this time.
Laura and Chaye are a really inspiring couple and I thoroughly enjoyed my time with them. They seem to have a relationship that is built upon respect and teamwork and that’s something that I really respect. I hope they, alongs with their family and friends enjoy their Marks Hall Wedding Video.
How did you guys meet?
We were both on separate nights out with our friends and we met at The Brickyard, Romford. At the time Chaye sold me a great story about his life and how he had his own place and business… turns out he was pretending to be his brother and I thought his name was Shane for a good couple of weeks and couldn’t understand how someone of his age could of had a stroke… Should never of Googled how people at a young age have strokes as I was then convinced he was into some sort of illegal activity (THIS WAS NOT THE CASE). The rest is then history.
How did you get engaged?
We were visiting my family in New Zealand and we all went on a holiday to Australia together. It was Chaye’s birthday when we were visiting Noosa on the Sunshine Coast. My family had arranged with Chaye to pop out in the afternoon. All day Chaye had been going on about how he wanted to watch the sunset in the evening something I really wasn’t bothered about however I reluctantly went and watched it. He then dropped down on one knee and proposed to me. He now also doesn’t have to remember another day as it was his birthday.
What made you choose your wedding venue?
We looked at a few barn venues. We really loved the surroundings of Marks Hall and their relaxed approach.
What would be your number one tip to other couples planning their wedding?
Don’t buy your first house and renovate it all at the same time as planning a wedding.