Wyresdale Park Wedding Videography | Summer & Stephen

Our video of our wedding is the best memory we can cherish for years to come. It had brought my family to tears of happiness. Everyone is so shocked at how beautifully made and professional it is. Our cultural Maori performance/haka was incorporated in such a wonderful way.

We cannot thank James enough for his amazing work. We felt so at ease throughout the day. He guided us and at times we didn’t even know he was there in the background getting those natural shots. Thank you so much James!” 

Summer & Stephen

Wyresdale Park is a unique, rustic and very beautiful venue set in huge country estate near the Forest of Bowland in Scorton, Lancashire. Wyresdale Park is a wonderful venue that offers the complete wedding experience, with a beautiful Manor House to stay within, rustic barns, views of the rolling Lancashire landscape and a wonderful team on hand to ensure you have the perfect wedding experience on your wedding day.

Summer and Stephen’s wedding was our first time shooting Wedding Videography at Wyresdale Park. With the rustic charm of the venue coupled with so many beautiful pockets of light, it was such an easy place to film, add into that a bride and groom who were super relaxed, it was the perfect recipe for a beautiful wedding film. Summer was born in new Zealand but settled in the UK as a young child where she met farmer Stephen. Having a relaxed wedding at a beautiful, but far more informal venue worked perfectly for Summer and Stephen. The girls got ready in the Manor House whilst the gents were in one of the on-site Yurts before heading off to a local church in Morris Minors (a nod to Summer’s first experience driving a car!). 

As a surprise for their guests, a Māori Haka happened during the drinks reception on the lawn in front of Wyresdale Park. For those who don’t know, a Haka is a ceremonial Māori war dance or challenge. Haka are usually performed in a group and represent a display of a tribe’s pride, strength and unity. They’re pretty famous in the Sporting world where the New Zealand All Blacks perform a Haka before their Rugby Union matches, but for a native New Zealander, they are part of the history, culture and heritage and it was a fantastic nod to Summer’s home country. Summer and Stephen’s wedding was a wonderfully relaxed day and it was a pleasure to work alongside Scott and Lees Photography, who were very familiar with the venue (which was great as it was very easy to get a little lost as I made my way around the estate). If you would like more information about our filming options for your Wyresdale Park wedding please complete the form below.

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