Cinematic Tipi Wedding Video

Yorkshire Cinematography – A Cinematic Tipi Wedding Film

Emma and Andrew’s Cinematic Tipi Wedding Video

There’s something truly spectacular about outdoor weddings, and never more  so than when a beautiful humanist ceremony takes place amongst the beautiful Yorkshire countryside set alongside an incredible Papakata Wedding Tipi. It’s fair to say that when Emma and Andrew asked us to create their Tipi wedding video we were very excited about the big day!

Emma and Andrew truly embraced the rustic feel of their setting by creating a fun, relaxed bohemian vibe to the day – an incredible mix of nature and elegance that made for an amazing day for us and for all of the guests. Emma and Andrew were clearly so dearly loved by their friends and family that there was an extraordinary atmosphere throughout the day, not to mention some pretty wild dancing at the end of the night as the sounds of music and laughter pumped heartily from within the canvas tent.

As for the couple themselves, they and their two incredibly sweet children clearly had the time of their lives, Emma looking stunning with flowers in her hair, über cool sunglasses and her beautiful dress and Andrew getting just the right look for this bright summer wedding with his bow tie and light linen suit. The day was just incredible and apart from a few heart-wrenching emotional moments during the speeches, Emma and Andrew’s broad smiles were ever-present and so clearly genuine and heartfelt.

So a big congratulations to both Emma and Andrew! Thank you for letting us be a part of such a truly awesome day, we wish you and all your friends and family all the best for the future.

To see some of the stunning photos of the day captured by our partners York Place Studios you can click HERE

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  • Jaye Cole | Tux & Tales Photography - Love the split screen stuff you do!

    Those flower crowns are awesome and a half!ReplyCancel

  • shelly - oooh I love the bride’s flower crown and the groom’s outfit is way too cool for school. Ace work kids. Love it.ReplyCancel

  • Karen Julia - Love the split screen stuff too, and the filming is beautiful! Brides dress is seriously stunning, love how the camera picked up how it moved.ReplyCancel

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