I got excited when Denis from Deneemotion Wedding Cinema sent this loveliness my way because it’s not everyday that I see such a high quality wedding film. (Read until the end to find out why I say this!) Aside from the skill and technique of Deneemotion (yes, I’m being a fangirl) is the actual wedding content. The bride Anisha rocks two beautiful yet completely different looks. She wore a vintage-inspired Jenny Packham lace gown with gorgeous cap sleeves for her registry ceremony and a statement Sabyasachi lehnga for her Hindu ceremony. Check out her beautiful shoes! Swoon.
Still photo from Anisha and Jay’s Next Day Edit by Deneemotion Wedding Cinema
I also adore the magical dance floor at their reception. See for yourself, and tell me what you think of their beautiful video.
What I love about Anisha and Jay’s next day edit (aside from the clear picture and sound) is that Deneemotion featured all of the important ceremonial moments alongside the artistic shots and candids. It’s vital to find a videographer who can do all three, especially for South Asian weddings that tend to be full of cultural customs, family traditions, and religious practices. The way that Anisha and Jay’s ceremonies have been edited into the film is so smooth and natural. It’s a treat to watch.
What are you considering when looking for a wedding videographer? Style, personality, price, or something else? Let me know in the comments!
- Videography and photo stills: Deneemotion Wedding Cinema
- Venues: Botleys Mansion and the Lancaster Hotel
- Bride’s attire: Sabyasachi and Jenny Packham