Shot at the awesome Ringwood Hall Hotel as well as their pre wedding shoot, this is Andrea and Richard's Hollywood Marryoke, I gotta Feeling, by the Black Eyed Peas. It was tricky enticing guests out on a cold January morning but thanks to the knockout performances the the couple gave, this one really sets the 2019 bar high for this season.
With the 2019 wedding season fast approaching and the dates filling up fast we thought we’d fill you all in on what new plans we have for this year. All Ultimate marryokes booked will now include the Hollywood style green screen as a FREE optional extra. This means we can drop in a different backdrop and add any visual effects to make your video look that bit more professional. Did we mention that it’s FREE.
Yo’ll also get a printable music flyer style mini poster too, completely free. If you want all the uncut footage so you can edit together your own marryoke or embarrass your friends.
Save up to £250 on our Marryoke packages if you book between February the 1st and the 28th. Not only can you make some big savings but we’re also including some awesome new content, exclusively for 2019. So get in touch now and bag those key wedding dates before they sell out.
It's that time of the year again. We're entering the Christmas party season, time to bust some moves and embarrass yourself on the dance floor again.
Try a Christmas Partyoke. It's a bit like karaoke but we don't actually want to hear you sing, we just want you to release that rock god we've all got lurking deep down and lip sync like you were a teenager again.
Or maybe you are a hopeless romantic planning a festive wedding, in which case we’ve to you covered. Phone or email now to secure your booking.
We’ve got limited availability for 2018, hurry to secure the last few dates. Click the package links below for more information.
I must admit I was a little concerned on the day. Although most people will recognise the chorus, taken straight out of the Dirty Dancing classic but the verses were a whole different ballgame. With fast paced lyrics that only Will.I.Am could come up with they were going to be tough to pull off unless you really practiced the song….a lot.
I needn’t have worried, thanks to some amazing performances from Hayley and the bridesmaids and a hilarious version performed by James and the boys which formed the backbone of the marryoke, this has turned out to be one of my favourites. Now if only I can get the song out of my head……..
Shot at the awesome Barn at Bury Court, this is Sian and Damo's Ultimate Marryoke, the Monkees classic, ‘I'm a Believer’. The great thing with a song like I’m a Believer is that pretty much everyone has heard it at some point in their life. Whether you know it from Shrek or are old enough to remember it first time round, the chances are that you’ll remember a good chunk of the song without any prompting. This was certainly the case for Sian and Damo’s friends and family who really got stuck into their performances, when they weren’t ducking under cover and avoiding the torrential rain that dropped out of the sky on and off all afternoon.
We’ve given this one a vintage look befitting the song era and included as part of their ultimate marryoke are the couple’s wedding highlights or ‘best bits’ as we like to call them, enjoy.
Shot on location at the stunning Knowle Country House, this is Karen and Adrians Ultimate Marryoke, I Gotta Feeling. This song works so well for marryokes, other than the catchy upbeat tempo, it also repeats the chorus a lot, allowing people who don’t necessarily know the song to get involved. With gorgeous weather, a stunning location and lots of willing guests, this one was a joy to film.
Also include with Karen and Adrian’s ultimate marryoke is the couple’s wedding highlights or best bits as we like to call them, set to Take That’s modern classic, ‘Greatest Day’, enjoy.
I had so much fun shooting this one. From the very first take, during the bridal preparations, I knew it was going to be special, judging from the awesome performances the girls put in. Once the reception was underway, a good selection of willing guests really helped the marryoke come alive. The final result conveys the fun atmosphere the couple had throughout the day. A joy to film and edit, best wishes to Justine & Drew, true marryoke superstars.
This is a perfect example of what marryoke is all about. FUN. High energy, sexy moves and saucy lyrics all came together in this hilariously awesome marryoke. Great performances all round, especially from Sally and the girls, even the weather played ball.
Shot on location at both bridal preparations and at the stunning Hall Place, this was good fun to film. With what lyrics the assembled guests didn’t know, they more than made up for with sheer enthusiasm which shows in the final edit. Congratulations to you both.
On paper, the classic Scouting For Girls song 'She’s So Lovely' wouldn't be the ideal choice for a marryoke. It can be a risky move choosing a song that more than a few people will be unfamiliar with on the big day, however if the bride and groom know it intimately, its a risk that normally pays off. With some outstanding lead female performances (Louise and the Bridesmaids, i’m looking at you) and some excellent all round renditions from the couple's family and friends this one was a joy to edit together.
Also include as part of the package are the couple’s Ultimate Wedding Marryoke package are two bonus videos, their wedding highlights and first dance videos, enjoy
Uptown Funk by Bruno Mars. A song I had going round and round in my head for days after shooting this video for Kim & Ralph and again when I started editing it all together. In fact i'm humming the song right now as I type. That said, it is a rather infectious song and one that Kim and Ralph's gathering of friends and family relished getting involved,, singing lines and performing in groups.
Here it is in all it's glory, accompanied by their wedding highlights or 'best bits' as I like to call them set to Nathan Sykes's gorgeous song, 'Over and over again'
Kate and Dan's guests were a little hesitant in getting involved before the serious drinking started, fortunately we hit the sweet spot with some knockout performances, just before the first dance and they didn't disappoint. Shot at the awesome Great Hallingbury Manor this one is pure fun from the very start. Enjoy.
The Backstreet Boys provided the inspiration for Charlie and Trevor's ultimate marryoke at the stunning Orangery, near Maidstone. 'Everybody' was the song choice and boy did they really go for it.
Included in their ultimate marryoke package are the couple's wedding highlights or best bits as we like to call them. It's where we shoot key elements from the day and set them to a song of your choice. It's a great alternative to a full length wedding film and exclusively available with the ultimate and pro packages only.
Marry You is one of the best marryoke song choices you can make. It ticks so many boxes, the song title says it all really, the lyrics are very expressive and open to visual interpretation and finally it's uptempo melody is so infectious. It's also a modern classic that most people at least know a little bit of, which always helps.
Both of these played a part in Kim and Cliff's special day and some superb performances (Kim & the bridesmaids, i'm looking at you) helped make this one a joy to film and edit.
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The closing date for this competition is March the 14th, 2018
I love location shoots so when I got the opportunity to film in the lake district I jumped at the chance to shoot Leigh and Paul at the stunning Inn on the Lake in Ullswater. Unfortunately the weather didn't share my enthusiasm and although it dampened anyone who stepped outside to perform a line or two from the marryoke, it certainly didn't dampen anyone's spirits. So when a window of opportunity appeared and the rain abated for a few moment, the photographers and I convinced Leigh and Paul to head down to the lakeside for what turned out to be a stroke of genius. Whilst some may have viewed the scene as dull and uninspiring we saw it as moody and atmospheric and the resulting footage which made its way into both the marryoke and the wedding highlights is simply gorgeous.
The inspired song choice was 'Baggy Trousers' by Madness, an absolute classic track that most people know a line or two from. Here it is, in all its glory, shot from the preps all the way through to the dancing. Enjoy!
On paper, the classic 80's Hall & Oats song 'You Make My Dreams Come True' wouldn't be the ideal choice for a marryoke. It's always a risky move choosing a song that more than a few people will be unfamiliar with on the big day, however if the bride and groom know it intimately, its a risk that normally pays off. With some outstanding lead male vocals (Lloyd, i'm looking at you) and some excellent all round performances from the couple's family and friends this one was a joy to edit together.
Included as part of the Ultimate package are their wedding day highlights, shot from the bridal preps all the way through until the first dance, providing the couple with a short bite sized Facebook friendly alternative to the traditional wedding video.
I've never had so many willing people queuing to perform in all the years i've been filming Partyokes. The girls at the Beaujolais Hoedown didn't disappoint and were raring to perform the moment I walked through the door. All of them were dressed up in western themed costumes and had been drinking for a good few hours. With my little speaker it was going to be tough for the girls to hear the song with a live band playing, never mind perform to the music, so I moved as far away as I could from the dance floor, all the way into what seemed like the broom cupboard at the back of the building.
It didn't matter, the two hours flew by with a constant flow of girls coming into my little area, belting out Shania Twain's classic 'Man, I feel Like a Woman'. The final video is hilarious and packed full of as many performances as I could squeeze in, enjoy.
Don't stop me now is one of the best marryoke song choices you can make. It ticks so many boxes, firstly it's a classic track that most people at least know some of. Secondly, the lyrics are very expressive and open to visual interpretation and finally it's uptempo melody is so infectious
All of these played a part in Janet and Josh's day and some superb performances (Scottish contingent, i'm looking at you) helped make this one a joy to film and edit.