Shot at the stunning Rushton Hall in Kettering, this is Paris and Max's wedding marryoke. A highlight of the year and an absolute joy to film from beginning to end. Awesome performances from all the guests couldn't dampen the day, although the rain certainly tried to, the resulting video is one of my personal highlights of the year so far.Read More
Shot at the awesome Llechwen Hall in Pontypridd, this is Rachel and Sxcott's ultimate marryoke. With awesome performances all day from the preps all the way through until the first dance. I knew this one was going to be special.Read More
Filmed entirely at the gorgeous Bowburn Hall near Durham, this is Neil and Denise’s ‘Ultimate Wedding Marryoke’, If I Had Words. I must admit that when Neil mentioned to me that he’d chosen this song I was a little unsure how it would play out on the big day. Firstly, it was a song that most people wouldn’t be familiar with and if they did, it was most likely from the film ‘Babe’ where farmer Hoggett sang the song and danced for Babe the pig. The original is by Scott Fitzgerald as a duet with Yvonne Keeley and what makes it work perfectly for a marryoke is the fact that it only has about 7 lines in it, that repeat throughout the whole song.
A genius choice or pure madness, you decide. A joy to film, best wishes to the happy couple!
Shot at the incredibly awesome South Farm in Cambridgeshire, this is Jenny & Chris's wedding marryoke, the theme song from Friends, 'I'll be there for you' by the Rembrandts.
Shot at the incredible Somerleyton Hall, near Lowestoft, this is Elle and Nick's vintage marryoke. With so many good performances all day it was always going to be hard trimming this down. The final result is quite simply AMAZING. Given a vintage style fitting the period that the the song came from this one was an absolute joy to film.
Shot at the awesome Greenwoods Hotel and Spa in Essex, this is Jade and Joe's 'Ultimate' marryoke, 'Shut Up and Dance with Me'. With great performances all day and some awesome flossing from the kids this was sooooo much fun to film. Best wishes to the happy couple!
Shot at the awesome Roslin Beach Hotel on the Thorpe Esplanade in Southend-on-Sea, this is Zuleika and Sam's Ultimate Marryoke, Marry You, by Bruno Mars. Also included as part of the ‘Ultimate’ package are the couple’s wedding highlights or ‘best bits’ as we like to affectionately call them.
I arrived at John's house not realising that the party had been in full swing for most of the day. Crucially this meant that the alcohol had been flowing for some time and the assembled friends and family had reached the optimum level to perform John's chosen track, 'Paradise' by George Ezra. .....and boy!, did they perform.
WOW! Cat & Steve’s choice of the GLEE version of that 80’s classic by Journey, ‘Don’t Stop Believin’, was inspired. To really do this song justice requires the perfect storm of raw talent, blind optimism and alcohol and these guys had them in spades. So it was that on the morning of July 19th, I woke up in the most beautiful part of the country i’d ever seen and feeling well rested after a solid nights sleep at the Chevin Country Park Hotel I couldn’t wait to get started.
With some stand out performances (Bridesmaids & Ushers, i’m looking at you) and dodging the occasional downpour the assembled friends and family didn’t disappoint. Included here are the couple’s wedding ‘best bits’ highlights, set to Cat & Steve’s first dance song, I Get To Love You’ by Ruelle. To sum up using the sentiment of the marryoke song. Yes, it's a lonely world out there, and finding someone is hard, but hope makes it all bearable. ENJOY!
Wow! What a day. I’ll be the first to admit that I was a little skeptical about Shelagh and Leigh’s marryoke song choice of the Luther Vandross classic ‘Never Too Much’. Not only did it have a 45 second instrumental intro but the lyrics and tempo were somewhat tricky to achieve if you were not familiar with the song. I needn’t have worried as one by one virtually all of the assembled friends and family belted out the song thought the afternoon, leaving me spoilt for choice when it came to the final edit.
So here’s the couple’s awesome ultimate marryoke as well as their wedding ‘best bits’ highlights. Enjoy!
I’ve been looking forward to editing this one ever since I shot it a month or so ago back at the beginning of June. When you have the a group of friends so outgoing and up for performing then you know you are on to a winner and Jemma and Neil’s family and friends didn’t disappoint. Shot at the awesome South Downs Manor, these are the couples’s wedding marryoke and highlights. Enjoy!
We’ve extended our Valentine’s offer into March. Save up to £250 if you book your wedding marryoke before the end of the month. We’ve only got a few dates left at this price and will increase the package price once those key dates are booked. Get in touch now and see if we can help you rock your wedding.
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.