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New Sponsor Welcome: Deneemotion Wedding Films

By Claire

Sisi & Damita | The Way You Are from Deneemo­tion Wed­ding Cin­ema on Vimeo.

Deneemotion’s approach to film­ing & edit­ing is cre­ative and free of cliches. Their approach is fresh and inno­v­a­tive, and their wed­ding films are sen­si­tively and beau­ti­fully made. Denis and Max are based in Lon­don, but have filmed in Cal­i­for­nia, the Caribbean, Croa­tia, France, Cyprus, Ire­land and Scot­land so far. They’re hot prop­erty, hav­ing fea­tured on many of the top wed­ding blogs around the world!

See some of my favorite wed­ding films by Deneemo­tion on my favorite wed­ding blogs:

  • Style Me Pretty (James and Kayan)
  • Whim­si­cal Won­der­land Wed­dings (Rebecca and Dylan)
  • 100 Layer Cake (Simone and Sean)

Deneemo­tion web­site: www.deneemotion.com

Five more fab­u­lous wed­ding films from Deneemo­tion on Eng­lish Wed­ding Blog: english-wedding.com/deneemotion-contemporary-wedding-films

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I also men­tioned hun­dreds of things hap­pen­ing at once…

How do we go about ban­ning the phrase ‘wed­ding video­g­ra­pher’? It’s just so… 1980s!! Con­tem­po­rary wed­ding films are gor­geous things, and even today cou­ples are prob­a­bly put off hir­ing some­one to film their wed­ding because they’re think­ing “video­g­ra­pher… eww” — when the real­ity is that wed­ding films are beau­ti­ful and pre­serve mem­o­ries you can’t cap­ture on still pho­tog­ra­phy.

While pon­der­ing that shock­ing flaw in the Eng­lish lan­guage I’ve also been work­ing fran­ti­cally behind the scenes at Eng­lish Wed­ding Blog to improve what I’m offer­ing to my spon­sors. You may have seen Monday’s guest blog post from Wrapor bridal shrugs — there’s another on the way from designer wed­ding acces­sories spe­cial­ist Queens & Bowl.

Eng­lish Wed­ding Blog spon­sors are all writ­ing on the blog them­selves… it’s a bril­liant show­case for any wed­ding busi­ness and gives more con­trol over how blog spon­sor­ship works. Inter­ested? Details are here: adver­tise on Eng­lish Wed­ding Blog.


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