Jewish wedding – Rachel & Alex – The Lost Orangery wedding venue

HD Moments London Wedding Videographer

Wedding video trailer from The Lost Orangery by HD Moments. Further information can be found at…

True love always triumphs, and I get a first-hand look, whenever I cover a wedding. This time it was a Jewish wedding videographer London held at The Lost Orangery and the couple was the lovely Rachel and dashing Alex.

Superb wedding venue The venue itself is something to behold – it is a spectacular manor situated on the edge of Castle Combe in the Cotswolds and spans over a vast woodland, magnificent valley, and boating lake. Being a London wedding videographer I have been to many venues, but this is one of my favourites.


It is the ideal spot for weddings, receptions, and accommodations after the event is over. Candid moments are the best As a Jewish wedding videographer London, I enjoy capturing candids during the wedding. Starting from someone’s strappy heels coming undone, the bride getting ready with her friends who are constantly supporting her by giving compliments, to the groom picking out his watch – I try to cover the wedding in the most natural way possible.

The beautiful couple The duo is clearly head over heels in love with each other. Alex proudly professed that he fell for her the second he laid eyes on her – there could be no one else for him. The Jewish bride looked like a diva in her strappy, glittery white gown that had a plunging neckline and deep back, while the groom looked exceedingly handsome in his black tux. Since the entire tone of the wedding was subtle, the bridesmaids opted for charming peach gowns. Saying “I do” The ceremony itself was glorious indeed! It was evident that the couple is thrilled to finally solidify their bond of love and both families get along well too.

They opted to write their own vows, and within moments were officially married – the joy on their faces, is what makes me love my job so much. The reception The décor was stunning with lots of floral arrangements, candles, fancy lighting and elegant cutlery. My favourite moments are when they dance with each other as their love and adoration filters through. You can see their friends and family happily joining in the celebrations and dancing away – everyone had a blast jiving to the foot tapping music.

The couple’s faces lit up to have their loved ones with them on their special day, which is exactly what they had wished for. HD Moments specializes in Jewish wedding videographer London – just let me know your requirements and I will get it done. To know more about HD Moments, please get in touch via phone or email.