I’ve recently finished editing a lovely Oxenfoord Castle wedding film for Leigh and Brian. They were married at Cranstoun Church, which is located within the grounds of beautiful Oxenfoord Castle, near Pathhead, Midlothian.
The wedding video begins with me filming a few ‘establishing shots’. These establishing shots set the scene for the film. A few exterior and interior shots of the church. Brian and the guests arriving at the church and chatting with family and friends. And beautiful bride Leigh arriving at Cranstoun church in a classic white Rolls Royce. Backing music was chosen by the newly-weds and synchronised with the video. I love their choice of music, not at all like a lot of ‘wedding film’ music!
After the wedding ceremony, the newly-weds were congratulated and posed for a few photos. The weather was cloudy but dry, so everyone walked the short distance to Oxenfoord Castle for the champagne reception. The grounds of Oxenfoord Castle were the perfect setting for the champagne reception. The wonderful ‘Ritz Trio’ jazz trio entertained the guests. It was such a lovely atmosphere, really fun to film everyone enjoying themselves. Unfortunately, the heavens opened and it started to pour with rain, but luckily just as the call for the wedding breakfast was made. Perfect timing!
I filmed the rest of the day up until the first few dances in the evening. It was a really fun day and a pleasure to film Leigh and Brian.
I’d like to share the opening few minutes from Leigh and Brian’s Oxenfoord Castle wedding film. Each clip tells part of the story of the newly-weds’ Oxenfoord Castle wedding. The music used during the editing was selected by Leigh and Brian. Enjoy!
Oxenfoord Castle Wedding Film
You might also be interested in seeing Caroline and Tom’s Oxenfoord Castle wedding photos.