At Ashridge House, wedding videographers really are spoilt for choice in terms of venue layout, landscapes and wonderful and helpful staff.
We recently had the pleasure of filming a wedding at this exquisite venue, a former residence of King Henry VIII, in Hertfordshire.
The venue offers such an impressive and opulent setting for a civil ceremony. With the bride and groom stood halfway up the imposing stone staircase, it provides a grand backdrop for the ceremony, with guests seated in rows on the ground, and the bridesmaids and groomsmen stood on the steps on either side.
The bride and groom left the civil ceremony and then headed to the chapel, where guests join them for a religious blessing. Photos and a drinks reception followed outside, in the beautiful landscaped gardens with fountain.
We were able to capture some drone shots to show off the scale of the building and its impressive surroundings.
The wedding breakfast took place in another opulent room, with gold fireplaces, marble statues and painted ceilings.
In the evening guests danced the night away on the dance floor and we were able to capture some great shots of the couple and their guests.
We were fortunate to get to film in such a beautiful location. Congratulations to the happy couple!
Below you can see a short teaser of the wedding film which also includes some of our drone footage taken at this amazing venue.
Of course if you would like to know more about wedding videography at Ashridge House, please do get in contact via the website or send us an email and we will get back in touch straight away.