Congratulations to Dominique and Joseph, whose big day took place at Thornton Manor on a sunny September day. Based in the village of Thornton Hough, the manor is on of Cheshire’s premier wedding venues.
A sprawling Elizabethan style estate, from 1888 to the end of the 20th century. The house was occupied by the Viscounts Leverhulme, reflected in the building’s grandeur; therefore there were an abundance of possibilities to create a Thornton Manor wedding video.
The ladies had their hair and makeup done in a Thatched cottage on the Manor grounds, then headed to the bridal suite within the Manor for dressing.
Dominique donned a classic gown by Intuzuri and put her own personal touches to it – updating with some unusual head jewellery which dazzled in the sunshine – and finished off by Christian Louboutin shoes and matching bag.
Flouncing about in their dresses, the shot of the two flower girls rehearsing their role is particularly cute.
Not to be outdone, the two best men Danny & John looked suave in suits by Signature Bespoke as the groomsmen bantered with Joseph and awaited the bride.
The couple were married in the Georgian inspired Dining room, with its incredible walnut panelling and plaster work. Despite its size and splendour, it provided a welcoming, intimate setting.
The new Mr and Mrs were greeted by loved ones on a walk down the spectacular lime tree avenue.
Hervé and I strive to optimise our time working together so the wedding party is disrupted as little as possible.Children are always such fun to record, and I love the clip of them all letting loose on the lawn after a hard afternoon’s being cute.
The daytime reception took place in the Music Room, one of the most striking aspects of a Thornton Manor wedding video.
Adorned by a fantastic floral arrangement by Red Floral, we really managed to capture the colour inside, which was illuminated by tea lights.
A five tier cake by Terry Tang was cut in the Great Hall before moving on to an evening reception in a lakeside marquee on the Manor grounds.
Elegant and luxurious, it looked particularly lovely illuminated at night against the lakeside backdrop.
After the first dance family and friends were treated to a surprise appearance by Britain’s Got Talent finalists ‘Old Men Grooving’, who hit the dance floor hard.
Further entertainment was provided by Motown duo Simply Soul, whilst DJ Terry Lennaine provided a fantastic laser light show.
Thank you to Dominique and