Love on the Line | Nonsuch Mansion Wedding Film
Yesterday we shared an infographic by White Dress Films all about how to go about finding a good videographer and today we’re delighted to share with you a prime example by White Dress films themselves! Natalie and Richard’s story is the kind of tale more often played out in rom-coms at the movies than in real life, but it goes to show what can happen when you’re willing to take a chance…
Natalie was actually on her way back from a terrible first date when Richard hopped onto the underground and caught her eye. They both noticed each other immediately and hidden glances across a crowded carriage ensued. Eventually though their eyes met and, defying the often anti-social laws of the tube, Richard decided he had nothing to lose and boldly strode over to her. As it turns out they were heading for the same stop and after a “quick drink” at their local pub that ended only as the pub closed, another date was swiftly arranged for the following day and it wasn’t long before Richard was opening a secret bank account to save for an engagement ring.
Their big day at Surrey’s Nonsuch Mansion was clearly just as magical as that day on the tube, and with wedding stationary handmade by the talented bride herself including, only fittingly, table’s named after London Underground lines and the elegant mansion beset with sunlight, doesn’t it look just perfect. But enough from us, it’s time to enjoy Natalie and Richard’s gorgeous film of the day they reached their final destination at Nonsuch Abbey.