What a treat it was for us to film a wedding at Claridges and as their own literature states – there is nowhere quite like Claridges.

It was one of the hottest days of the year, guests were happy and relaxed and what a day Alex + Dan had planned for their celebrations.

On arrival at Chelsea Old Town Hall, guests were welcomed by the sweet sounds from The Juke Joints which set the scene for their happy occasion.

After saying their vows, guests were transported back to Claridges on an old London red bus with more entertainment from the talented Juke Joints.

The scene that greeted them on arrival at Claridges was nothing short of breathtaking. Event creators Just Seventy had produced an enchanted garden setting, complete with a hidden garden piano which Ryan from The Juke Joints played to guests whilst they were served champagne and canapés.

The team from Wild at Heart brought the enchanted garden theme to life with an abundance of trees, flowers and foliage – it really was such an incredible setting.

Guests were treated to impeccable service from the members of staff at Claridges (and so were we!) and the atmosphere was electric with more amazing entertainment from The Juke Joints over dinner. Guests were up singing and dancing and it was such a joy to see the happiness on Alex + Dan’s faces whilst they watched everyone enjoying themselves.

We thoroughly enjoyed working alongside the super-talented Joe Short. He has a very genuine nature that makes his couples feel relaxed and he captures beautiful moments so well.

Alex + Dan had such big happy smiles throughout their whole day, it really was a joy to film them together.

We hope you enjoy watching their film x

VENUE: Claridges  ||  PRODUCTION: Just Seventy  ||  PHOTOGRAPHER: Joe Short  ||  FLORIST: Nikki Tibbles Wild At Heart   ||  DRESS: Phillipa Lepley  ||  SUIT: Tom Ford  ||   HAIR: Gustav Fouche  || MAKE-UP: Amelie Makeup Art  ||  ENTERTAINMENT: The Juke Joints

We absolutely love all the films, they brought back so many fabulous memories and allowed us to experience things we missed throughout the day. It really is phenomenally good!