Wedding Highlights 2011 Part I

I’ve been lucky enough to have experienced some great personal development training during my working life. I used to work with an employer who believed in developing its people. And over the years, a common trait or an evident part of my personality which came through time and time again was that of being a ‘reflector’. But to be honest I didn’t need training to tell me that. From an early age I’ve always been someone who at some point would take time out to relive and look back at events, experiences and situations.

Having started my business in the latter part of 2010, there has been plenty of opportunity to take stock! I started in the Wedding services industry in February 2011 and over that year I’ve had the pleasure of working with great couples and fellow professionals as well as see first hand the impressive venues chosen for their special day.

Being involved in someone’s wedding is a real privilege and my aim is to do the very best I can for all my clients always. Trying to pick out highlights from those I filmed last year has been extremely challenging.  I’ve enjoyed every one of them (all 41 of them!) and it’s amazing how couples approach their day in so many different ways which makes it unique, beautiful and so personal. Filming the day is like filming a wedding for the first time, every time.

I hope you enjoy the video. It’s part 1 of 2 – I’ve used one of the biggest hits of 2011 performed by one of the most successful female artists in the business.

For more information on my work, please visit my Website

Venues filmed by Lorraine Bhandari Photography & Videography include

Chatelherault, South Lanarkshire, The Vu, Bathgate, Brig o’ Doon, Ayrshire, St. Andrew’s in the Square, Glasgow, The Alona Hotel, Motherwell, The Lynhurst, Johnstone, The Parkville, South Lanarkshire, The Garfield House Hotel, Glasgow, Kincaid House, Milton of Campsie, Pollokshields Burgh Hall, Glasgow, The Quay, Musselburgh, The Brisbane House Hotel, Largs,  Buchanan Arms, Drymen, Cameron House, Loch Lomond, Roman Camp Hotel, Callander, Lochgreen House Hotel, Troon.


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