BEAUTIFUL, MODERN STORYTELLING THROUGH FILM:
ASHLEY + KEITH ELOPEMENT WEDDING FILM | cornwall
CORNWALL + HOTEL ENDLSEIGH ELOPEMENT WEDDING FILM
"We received your email late last night and watched the film together - about 20 times before going to sleep. Then upon waking up this morning, another 20 times! It is sooo beautiful that it makes me tear up nearly every time.
We love the music and the way that little bits of the actual sound has been kept in - the turning of the vow book pages, the pen on paper, the sound of the waves. One of Keith's favourite bits is where I'm getting my makeup done and laughing on the Super 8. One of my favourites is where we see each other for the first time in the Shell House (and all the bits with those gorgeous ponies!). Too many beautiful scenes, and every time I watch it I notice something new.
It's really so surreal and dreamlike. We are so unbelievably happy - you have preserved our memories in such a timeless, incredible and somewhat intimate way.
You guys are creative geniuses! We completely adore you both xxx"
Ashely + Keith
We love shooting elopement weddings films in Devon and Cornwall and we’re blessed to have some incredible locations for filming right on our doorstep.
The Shell Grotto at Hotel Endsleigh in Devon is the most beautiful, romantic and intimate space for elopement wedding ceremony. Ashely first contacted us from New York and proceeded to plan an incredibly heartfelt, emotional and magical elopement wedding. Inspired by the rugged romance and beauty of the Cornish landscape, they also wanted to incorporate the Cornish landscape into their elopement - it was wild, windy and wintery but they braved the weather and hiked to one of our Cornish cliff top locations.
We all fell in love with this gorgeous couple and their beautiful wedding and feel blessed to have been able to capture all these memories on film. We also worked with a dream team of Cornish suppliers (see below) whose talents and creativity helped create this amazing elopement wedding,
Filmed on a mixture of digital high definition and Kodak super 8 film.