Tori and George met at university, both studying Chemistry at the University of Southampton, more specifically in a Maths class. Ever since they haven’t been about to agree on who helped who – which you can hear them discussing about in their wedding film above. The pair have since travelled the world together and have more recently brought a camper van which they named Noah (now a wedding book reception vehicle), as well as buying a flat together, renovating it and then selling it to buy their current home which they are currently renovating with the help from all their friends and family.
West Sussex wedding videographers captured the pair tying the knot at the incredible Bury Court, set in 20 acres of rolling hills, adorned with perfectly preened gardens and a stunning and opulent barn. Tori got ready with her best friends during the morning while her well instructed family set up the beautiful decorations she had so carefully crafted around the venue. – her brother and dad making sure they stuck solidly to the plan. This close family bond was seen continually throughout the day as the two families combined. West Sussex wedding videographers captured Tori’s mum helping her into her dress the impressive bridal suite at Bury Court, ready to walk down the aisle towards George.
The bridal party all piled in the Range Rovers towards the church where Tori’s parents got married 35 years ago, creating the most beautiful full circle moment. Tori looked effortlessly stunning in her lace embellished fishtail dress accompanied by a sparkly hair piece and when her dad went to see her, the emotional reaction spoke volumes - which you can see throughout the couples wedding film above.
George who had got ready with his boys after dropping off last minute bits at Bury Court, waited eagerly at the end of the aisle for his beautiful bride. West Sussex wedding videographers captured the most beautiful ceremony where the couple were blessed with two gorgeous readings, a stunningly personal ceremony before committing their lives to one another.
Tori had created the most stunning theme, with colourful wildflowers freshly picked just down the road, and beautifully crafted into floral arrangements by Seanas Flowers, which continued throughout the church and wedding reception. The couple travelled from the church in a pristine classic Bentley to Bury Court where they welcomed their guests arriving in a vintage bus. It was a boiling hot day, and everyone took refuge under the oak trees in the gardens, hands primed with champagne, listening to the incredible duo singing in the background.
The newlyweds then enjoyed their wedding breakfast interspersed with speeches from George, Tori’s maid of honour, Tori’s father, and George’s mum. The speeches perfectly told the story of this couple’s journey including how they hire their friends and family to help them with their various projects and pay them in food.
Ground Films wedding videographers were lucky enough to capture the most epic sunset with the pair in the rolling wheat fields just before Tori threw her bouquet to the single ladies and the pair took to the dance floor to perform their most magical first dance, sang by their dear friend.
We loved capturing this pairs wonderful day with some of our favourite suppliers including:
Venue - @burycourtbarn
Photographer - @matthewlawrencephotography
Flowers - @seanasflowers
Music - @thetruecoloursmusic