As well as your wedding day photography we also offer a video highlights reel that includes a 15-20 minute fully edited video with coverage of the day's highlights, inc. drone wedding video.
We film your emotions, with no scripted lines or forced looks. Just the two of you surrounded by your friends and family, seeing you share your love for each other.
Shot in full High Definition, every video shows the most memorable parts of your big day and includes stunning drone wedding videography. We’ve been working together for over 9 years and know how we both work inside and out, ensuring you get an amazing documentary style wedding video to cherish forever.
Your wedding video will even include the full ceremony and speeches with the highlight reel so you can relive every part of your special day and pass the down the memories for generations to come.
Whether you’re getting married in the UK or abroad, we travel to any global wedding destination.
So if you’re looking for wedding videographers that include drone wedding videography, why not make us part of your wedding day experience.
Below you can see some examples of our wedding videos and drone wedding video so you know what you can expect when you book us to film your wedding alongside your wedding day photography.
Capturing up to 9 hrs of your wedding day
Fully edited 15-20 minute Wedding Highlight reel to music of your choice
Drone Video (weather permitting)
Full Ceremony supplied as separate video
Full Speeches supplied as separate video
ALL VIDEOS SUPPLIED ONLINE FOR YOU TO
VIEW & DOWNLOAD ON YOUR SMART TV
Drone photography is included as standard on your Wedding day (venue dependent). They can be used in a variety of ways - such as capturing a special moment between the bride and groom or photographing a big group of guests from above.
Drone photography can look so spectacular because the images can really reveal the grandeur of your wedding venue.
Your drone images are all captured with a 4K camera. Rest assured, we are fully insured and have permission from the Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) to pilot unmanned drones.