Cinematic wedding film – Marlize and Gyorgy
There was so much to film for Marlize and Gyorgy’s cinematic wedding film! This venue provides the essence of safari, with luxury tent accommodation and wild animals grazing around. The rhinos and the elephants are walking amongst the tents at night, providing a real african thrill. The couple stayed in those tents, so we got to film their preparation in a truly african style! The boys were very organised, so we filmed their preparation first. It was so nice to see the bride’s dad helping the groom with little detail of his wedding attire. The girls were on it too, bride’s makeup was almost finished when we arrived. Wilna Allpass did a stunning job with makeup and hair. Considering that the bride is coming from the beauty industry, the challenge was on! Marlize’s wedding gown from Olivetti Bridal House looked incredible against the rugged trees and bushes of the camp. We captured all the bridal details and got into our 4×4 on the way to ceremony venue. There was so many fabulous details to capture for this cinematic wedding film!
We love the moment when the bride walks down the aisle! The anticipation of the groom, the moment they eyes connect, all that looks amazing on video. It’s such a symbolic moment of passing the bride from the father to the future husband. We captured all those precious memories for Marlize and Gyorgy’s cinematic wedding film. After Mr and Mrs Szekely kissed for the first time, we arranged a family groupshot and left with the bridal party for the photo shoot.
Botlierskop offers such a variety of landscapes for a cinematic wedding film Marlize and Gyorgy’s video is pretty epic, with elephants right behind the couple in the background. We got some amazing footage with rhinos too, but quickly packed up as the rhinos started trotting towards us. The rangers reckon it’s because they are curious and their eyesight is not too good, but we didn’t want to test their patience.
The reception venue was all decorated for Marlize and Gyorgy’s cinematic wedding film. Sureen, the stylist, gathered hundreds of flowers and candles on the tables, matching the style of the venue. The party carried long into the night, with Hungarian-South African crowd keeping the dance floor pumping the whole time. The guests enjoyed fine food and entertainment at Marlize and Gyorgy’s wedding, providing great footage for their cinematic wedding film.
We wish Mr and Mrs Szekely all the best on their journey ahead! Looking forward to seeing them again in February, when their ship docks in Cape Town!