Cinematic Castle Howard Wedding Film

Cinematic Yorkshire Wedding Film

Fran and Neil – Castle Howard Wedding film

Sometimes when holding a wedding in a venue as opulent and historic as Castle Howard it can be difficult to balance the grandeur of the location with the desire to inject a little of your own personality into the day. This was definitely not the case for the fantastic Fran & Neil though as they took this beautiful venue and made it their own, from the absolutely beautiful wedding dress which Fran had designed herself to the charming “secret garden” afternoon tea party reception complete with hand-made little signs and a tree of keys revealing where the guests would be sitting, all of which came together to create a spectacular wedding!

Having the opportunity to create a Castle Howard Wedding Film is always an enjoyable experience, so when Fran and Neil told us that this was the location of their wedding reception we were even more excited about their special day… and let’s not forget that their beautiful wedding took place right in the heart of York, next to the divine and historic York Minster, at the wonderful St Wilfrid’s Catholic Church.

It was a day of many emotions, beginning with nerves from all sides as Fran made her elegant entrance down the aisle, to a jovial spirit during the hilarious speeches (featuring a devastatingly funny video from the best man!), before a more raucous celebration began as evening turned to night and the old house rocked to the sound of the amazing wedding band. The constant thread however was the air of love, family and togetherness that remained throughout. It was absolutely amazing capturing this radiant couple’s Special Day, and we hope you enjoy this Cinematic Castle Howard Wedding Film of the awesome Fran and Neil.

Congratulations Fran and Neil, thank you for letting us be a part of your special day we wish you all the best for the future!

You can also find some of the fantastic pictures of the day captured by York Place Studios here

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