Cotswolds Wedding Video

The Slaughters Manor House is a stunning venue, set in some of the most gorgeous surroundings you can find in the UK. It’s such a pleasure to film in the Cotswolds, that quintessentially English part of the countryside which is so timeless and romantic. Even in the torrential rain, there was so much beauty, and we could have filled the whole film with pretty shots of the village scenery. The Slaughters Manor House is the perfect wedding location for wedding photographers and videographers, and of course for couples looking for an unspoiled rural setting for their big day. Leonie and David have a great sense of humour and were smiling throughout, even as the rain continued to pour, but luckily Leonie’s call for the rain to stop was heard, and the rain was replaced by glorious sunshine. As wedding videographers, we love contrast, and when all the seasons are combined in a single day it enhances the story and adds texture to the film. David and Leonie are perfect together, and were such fun to work with. It was also a pleasure to work with the amazing Jessie Thomson, who planned the wedding so precisely, with such attention to detail, and worked tirelessly behind the scenes. This is one of our favourite weddings from 2016, as you can hopefully tell from the film :)

“I do, I do, I do” – Leonie & David

We have many fond memories of this fabulous day, which was chock-full of content. From the games in the morning, to the cute gift exchange, the horse-drawn carriage, the traditional English church ceremony, fantastic speeches and an awesome sparklers exit, it wasn’t easy fitting everything into one short film!

It was also a coming together of two cultures, with families from England and Singapore (where David and Leonie live and work), and guests from all over the world. The families get on like a house on fire, given the smiles and laughter all day. It was a warm and happy atmosphere, enhanced by one of the best groom’s speeches that we’ve heard (and we’ve heard a few!). There wasn’t room in the short film to include all of the humour, for example when the best man, David’s brother, introduced himself as David’s son, to howls of laughter, and then demanded we restart the recording. Or the “Yum Seng” traditional Singaporean toast, which filled the room with a deafening chant. However, the couple will receive full edits of the ceremony and speeches so everything that didn’t make the final cut will be preserved :)

Many congratulations to Leonie and David, and thank you for being such a pleasure to work with. And thank you again for the delicious tarts, which was such a thoughtful gesture! Much love to you both. There’s no doubt you’ll have an amazing future together :)

Filmed / edited by Pretty in White
Wedding Planner: Jessie Thomson Weddings & Events
Wedding Venue: The Slaughters Manor House
Photography: Jacob and Pauline
Hair & Make-Up: Gemma Sutton
Flowers: Westwood Design
Music from and

Best Wedding Video Cotswolds Slaughters Manor