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What a memorable Wedding Day this was to film last month! I had so much fun at Alex & Jodie’s special day that they hosted at the Woodlands hotel in Leeds.I had previously met Jodie when she was a bridesmaid at Nicola & Murray Mcleish’s Wedding and after seeing their Wedding Video she booked me! We hey!Jodi e& Alex met in the world of dentistry and to use a line from her Dad’s speech ‘Jodie was the best thing Alex had ever pulled’
Jodie and Alex are massive animal lovers and Jodie asked if I could capture ‘Reggie’ the cat in the wedding film. I obviously jumped at being a mad cat woman myself. I had to remind myself that I was also there to film Alex getting ready and not the Cat. When I visited the bridal prep party Jodie told me instead of having a wild last night before the wedding day she actually rescued a distressed hedgehog and took it to the local animal rescue centre! My hero!
Wedding Videography at the Woodland Hotel
The Wedding itself was beautiful in the local church where Jodie arrived in a vintage Beetle. The reception was held at the beautifully restored Woodlands boutique hotel in Leeds. On arrival the guests had an extra special surprise waiting for them in the form of a newlywed alpaca couple! My favourite was Gary. As a Wedding Videographer this provided me with some great material for the Wedding film. I’ve never seen such a queue of people lining up for a selfie with the beauties!
Alex & Jodie had a fabulous day and so did all the guests I particularly enjoyed the hilarious video message from Christopher Biggins wishing them a happy wedding day!
So here is a look at the Wedding Video Highlights from the Woodlands hotel:
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