Can not explain how amazing the marryoke is. So glad we got everything else caught on camera of our special day to. So happy with everyt...
Red Lime bring creativity and elegance to wedding video filming to ensure you have a wedding video package that you will cherish and enjoy for all the years to come. We have a small selection of options to choose from, and are very happy to adapt the package to suit you on your special day.
Marryoke is the latest trend in wedding videos. Take a look online at our previous work to get a flavour of what we do. We really enjoy Marryoke filming and often find that couples additionally ask us to film the ceremony, speeches and first dance to complete their package.
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Personal Message from the Manager
Name of Wedding Contact: Carl Syres
Thank you for looking at our details. Red Lime are a Husband and Wife team who provide a discreet, fun, adaptable and friendly approach to filming on your special day. Creativity is in our Genes - take a look at our work and see!
Red Lime - Your Love Story.
Year Business Was Established
# Of Weddings Hosted
Between 30 and 50
# Of People In Team
Public Liability Insurance
Location & Contact Details
Harrogate, North Yorkshire, England
Nearest Motorway & Junction
Nearest Train Station
LBA Leeds Bradford
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What is your most memorable wedding?
There are aspects of many that are memorable; the Marryoke for Grease Megamix where we did an extra day filming of the boys with some hot rods was great fun. The Wedding at a Teepee farm in Hexham this summer was also wonderful. A fantastic couple and their guests were tremendous fun too and up for messing about on zip wires. Not to forget their brilliant First Dance routine.
Describe your style in 5 adjectives.
Creative, Fun, Timeless, Modern, Unobtrusive.
What about your business are you most proud of?
Making lots of happy people cry. Strange as it sounds, the number of times a Bride; or indeed Groom cries when they first see their wedding video is a true testament to the powerful and evocative emotions we have captured in their wedding film.
What is your #1 wedding planning tip for couples?
If a picture is worth a 1000 words, Film is worth a 1000 pictures - don't regret not having your day filmed, beautiful photos are a must, but only video captures real emotions, sights and sounds of your day.
What is your favourite personal touch you have seen at a wedding?
The Groom had sourced, printed and cut out circle shaped photos of each guest and used them at the place setting - must have taken him days.
Describe your typical process with a couple.
After a booking is confirmed we always arrange to meet the couple ahead of the wedding day. This allows us to get to know each other and ensure a familiarity on the Wedding Day that we find helps. We may also get ideas from chatting that help creatively; especially in Marryokes.
Where possible we try to get an opportunity to visit the wedding locations to get more ideas, a feel for the place and its lighting.
On the big day we arrive during hair and makeup to capture establishing shots and then film the Bride when when makeup is complete. We then head to the Groom and repeat the process.
We capture all the aspects of the day as the Wedding unfolds, those emotional or amusing moments that tell the story. We also capture lots and lots of footage of flowers, rings, buildings, the numerous details that have been carefully thought about, but may be forgotten about soon after.
We typically stay until just after the first dance and the guests have danced too.
On return we back up the data immediately to several storage units and then our work begins.
We don't like to keep our Bride and Groom waiting for weeks or months for their video, so the wedding video is usually ready within a week. We then complete any additional videos; Speeches, First Dance etc and then make up the DVD or USB as required and this is supplied in a lovely presentation package.
What is the most exciting thing you have caught on camera?
A dance routine that was kept secret from the congregation featuring the Bride, Groom and a selection of the Groomsmen and Bridesmaids.
What is the one film you wish you had directed and why?
House of Flying Daggers.
This is a Chinese Martial Arts movie. I practice and teach Kung Fu, so that is one reason, but from an artistic perspective the visuals in this movie are sublime. The use of composition and colour is unlike anything I have seen elsewhere - breathtaking.
What is your favourite soundtrack to put to a wedding video?
I don't have a favourite track, its more important to choose the correct music to suit the couple, the day and their personalities.
Describe how you got into videography.
I must have been born a creative person. I started out drawing a lot as a child, then upon leaving school studied Graphic Design. 15 years later I worked in Web design before working as a in house creative director of a company with responsibiliteis for all the design, branding, photography and video. It was the enjoyment and challenge of being creative with moving images that soon lead to me starting my own company. I also now find time to return to my roots and draw and paint and exhibit my work.