Ayrshire wedding videos

Our Ayrshire wedding videos preserve the fleeting moments of your wedding day. Our wedding films deliver with emotional impact and cinematic style. We create cinematic wedding videos that turns your wedding moments into a priceless keepsake of your day. We have worked as Ayrshire wedding videographers since 2010 and during that time we have established relationships with many of Scotland’s leading wedding venues.

We have produced over 150 wedding videos and some Ayrshire wedding videos include the fairytale wedding setting of Brig O’Doon House Hotel. On the coast there are the key Ayrshire wedding venue Lochgreen House and Seamills Hydro. Our most recent Crossbasket Castle wedding video shows all the charm of this castle with all mod cons. While nestled in the Ayrshire countryside are delightful churches like Stair Parish church. Whatever the Ayrshire wedding venue we pride ourselves in crafting a wedding video that will last a lifetime.

Crossbasket Castle

Rowallan Castle

Brig O’Doon House

Stair Parish Church

Enterkine House Hotel

Lochgreen House Hotel

glasgow wedding

Just nominated Ryan & Jen for a well deserved VOWS award. They were a pleasure to work with & were so fantastic on the day. Thanks so much to them as our film has far exceeded our expectations.

Ashleigh & Stephen

the hub wedding

We both really truly love it! It's such a fantastic reminder of our day

Louise & Colin

comlongon castle wedding

The film is so imaginative and captured so much of the day for us (just a shame i can't dance! :))

Nina & Lee

dirleton castle wedding

The cinematography is tremendous - at points it feels like we are watching a Hollywood movie! We really could not have asked for better videographers. This is a video we will treasure forever, and we can't wait to show it off to all our family and friends. None of them will be able to top this!!

Christina & Alex

houston house wedding

Simply perfect. I couldn't have asked for a better wedding video!

Kate & Earl


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