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.
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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.
I love it when guests fully embrace the marryoke concept. I never know when I arrive at a venue, whether the assembled guests will want to participate in what is arguably a divisive notion. Singing along to a song in full view of all your friends can be daunting but on the whole, once the booze starts to flow the performances get better. This was not that day.
Lauren and Tim have some very extroverted friends which is a real bonus when directing a marryoke video. They took on board my suggestions and threw in some of their own and really got involved in the process, the results of which can clearly be seen in the video.
With the stunning setting of Eastington Park as a backdrop, every frame of these wedding highlights is gorgeous. It's at times like this that I wished I had been there to film the entire day, not just the marryoke and with so much footage to play with I knew these 'best bits' were going to be good.
EMMA & TOM - 'SUMMER OF '69'
It's not often I use the term 'nailed it' when describing a groom's performance of their marryoke but there are always exceptions. Tom, you are that exception, you nailed it buddy!
Now I have been looking forward to editing this one from the day I shot it. Not only was the song a personal favourite of mine (and Tom's too judging by the performance) but the video I shot throughout the day was exceptional. From a pitch perfect bride to a stoking rendition in the church (thank you Father) great guest involvement, a vintage Cadillac prop and a top notch finale with all the guests taking part.
A joy to shoot and to edit, this one has to be a contender for marryoke of the year. Congratulations guys, you're awesome!
Also included as part of their 'Ultimate Marryoke' are both a wedding 'best bits' highlights video and a first dance video. With so much footage it was hard to edit the highlights down to fit Emma and Tom's song choice, fortunately with a classic song like Mr Blue Sky by ELO which comes in at just over 5 minutes we had a long enough track to work with.
On to the first dance or dance-off/extravaganza. Whatever you want to call it, the word awesome has to fit in the sentence somewhere. From the couple's performances during the day I should have expected something like this but nothing prepared me for the sheer dedication that they both put in to their performances.
Meatloaf & Cher -Real Dead Ringer for Love
We had a fab time filming Jane and Steve on their special day, starting at the bridal preps in St Leonards on Sea before moving on to Mountfield Church for the ceremony and then to the awesome Battle Abbey for the reception. With performances at all three location I knew we'd be on to a winner for this marryoke. A joy to film from beginning to end, best wishes to them both.
Included as part of the Wedding Marryoke 'Ultimate' package is the Jane and Steve's wedding highlights or 'best bits' as we like to call them as well as their first dance highlights. (see above)
This one was sooooo much fun to do! When you get the chance to Film ‘You’re the One That I Want’ with actual ‘Pink Ladies’ who couldn’t get enough of performing the song you know you are on to a winner. Add to the mix a knockout performance from the bride and assembled guests, this has to be the best Grease marryoke yet.
'Marry You' proved to be the perfect choice for Victoria and Andrew's stunning wedding at Knowle Country House in Rochester. Choosing the Glee version of the song, instead of the Bruno Mars original was also a wise move, with both male and female lines it got all their friends and family involved, rocking out to the song throughout the day.