Jimmy’s Farm Wedding Videos: August 2018

Jimmy’s Farm, located in Ipswich, Suffolk, proved to be an outstanding wedding venue for Chelsey and Scott. As a wedding videographer, I found that this location was a perfect choice for their big day. The weather was beautiful and everything ran smoothly. On this occasion, I was lucky to be working alongside my main second shooter Davy for the day. He helped me capture some beautiful wedding cinematography.

How did they meet? Chelsey and Scott met at Chelsey’s friend’s salon, within a few hours they were messaging each and it wasn’t long until the pair had fallen deeply in love. I was privileged to be their wedding videographer for the day and to be entrusted to create some beautiful wedding cinematography. Their wedding highlights video can be watched at the bottom of this page.

The following images below are screen grabs from their films, one including the moment everybody found out the gender of their soon to be born child!

A Jimmy’s Farm wedding has to feature a few farm yard animals here and there so I made sure that this Jimmy’s Farm wedding video did too. The peacocks were impeccably photogenic so I made sure to put them to good use for an opening shot.

An amazing moment unique to Chelsea and Scott’s wedding was that they revealed the gender of their expected child during the ceremony. Chelsea was six months pregnant at the time and after everyone counted down from 3, the couple walked through blue confetti revealing to us that they were expecting a son. This moment made their wedding cinematography even more unique and it has been one of my favorite moments working as a wedding videographer.

Their wedding cake was honestly the coolest and most creative wedding cake I am yet to see! Designed and made by Chelsey’s sister from Sugar Stem. If you are interested in having a cake like Chelsey & Scott’s you’ll find Sugar Stem’s website at the bottom of this post.

Chelsey and Scott chose to incorporate ‘Guest Messages’ into their wedding videography package. This is private for just Chelsey & Scott and they will distribute this at their own discretion.

Congratulations Chelsey & Scott! I look forward to seeing you celebrate the birth of your child very soon!

Watch their wedding film below:

 

Jimmy’s Farm – a wedding venue in Suffolk

If you are thinking of getting married in the Suffolk area, then I would recommend having a look at Jimmy’s farm as a potential wedding venue. It is located just outside of Ipswich and you can find them online at https://jimmysfarm.com You can also contact them at +44 (0)1473 604 206 or info@jimmysfarm.com

Cake: Sugar Stem

Celebrant: M Taylor Celebrant

Flowers: Sugar Stem

Hair: Hair227

Makeup: Leanne Marie Makeup & Beauty

Orchestra: Oakwood String Quartet

Photography: Helen Elliott Photography

Venue: Jimmy’s Farm

Videography: Aaron Compton Videographer

The Old Parish Rooms Wedding Videos: May 2018

Wedding videos at The Old Parish Rooms in Rayleigh are such a delight to film! A very small and compact venue which is bursting with character! It is a quirky and unique venue situated in Essex. As we can with Cassie & Andrew’s film.

The day started with both bridal and groom preparations in Basildon. After spending an hour with both Cassie & Andrew me and my second shooter Darren made our way to the church to capture some establishing shots. Filming a wedding in a church almost always provides us with nice lighting conditions which is great, this wedding was no exception.

Once the formalities of the ceremony were over and both Cassie & Andrew were declared as husband & wife we captured a fantastic confetti shot. Soon after their guests began to chill out over a drink or two. Cassie & Andrew’s cockapoo called Boycie arrived wearing a cravat which matched the groomsmen, naturally, we had to get some shots of him with Cassie & Andrew! Anyone who knows me well knows I love dogs, especially Cockapoos seeing as I own one myself! I made sure to capture some shots of Boycie looking dapper in his cravat.

Afterwards Joe Kinerman the official photographer and I captured some more shots of the newlyweds at King George’s Park. Once we had finished at the park we then went back to the church to capture some additional shots of the newlyweds.

Before we knew it, it was time to capture the cake cutting and first dance however before that, I filmed some guest messages from Cassie & Andrew’s closest of friends and family just outside next to the church during golden hour. I had just finished the last message when a sprinkle of rain came down, though that didn’t bother me as the equipment was safe and dry, it was very refreshing! After the cake cutting, we went straight into the first dance where a local band performed their first dance song. The band were fantastic and really got the party going!

Congratulations once again Cassie & Andrew, it was a pleasure to be your wedding videographer! I can’t wait to shoot more wedding videos at The Old Parish Rooms in the future.

Watch their wedding film below:

Band: Wandering Wings
Car: Simon @ Beatle Pops
Flowers: Delicate Daisy
Hair: Sam Unwin
Makeup: Jamie Attfield
Photography: Joe Kinerman Photography
Venue: The Old Parish Rooms
Videography: Aaron Compton Videographer