It’s my favourite time of the year, wrapping up warm, leaves turning beautiful shades of red and orange before falling to the ground and writing your name with a sparkler. Not so much for Jo, she’s dreaming of summer.
It’s the perfect wedding season if you ask me, there’s so much inspiration to take. Whether it’s as simple as the colour palette or picking up on small details like using pumpkins (especially super cute dinky ones) as centerpieces. Autumn gives me all the feels.
Theming your wedding can be quite cliché but subtly giving autumn the nod adds mood and warmth. What about carnival games or carving pumpkins for the kids or a boozy toffee apple stall. Subtle, stylish and super fun for us to film.
Colour and texture at weddings are some of my favourite things to film so why not go over to the dark side with lace and luxury velvets in deep purples and green. Chair covers, table runners or bridesmaid dresses would add depth and class.
As female wedding videographers we love hearing about all the carefully planned details of your day, so much thought goes into every aspect and it’s our job to capture this. Of course, the happy couple, friends and family take centre stage, but the little details of the wedding day help to tell the story of you as a couple. I love making sure we get those details so in years to come you can look back and remember them.
Speaking of regrets, guess what’s the main thing we get told at weddings? People tell us that they wish they had a film, they say they love their photos but felt they missed so much of the day.
Autumnal things we love to shoot
Confetti leaves. Imagine red and gold, yellow and orange leaves tumbling down onto you. Don’t worry we can pre dry these and check they won’t cause any damage to your dress.
Dancing. I know this isn’t strictly autumn related, but it gets dark, so dark and it makes a difference to the dance floor. We use the latest GoPro 9’s which means we can get on the action without being intrusive so let the dad dancing commence because it’s absolutely obligatory.