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Our New Promo Video!!

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Vogue Wedding Films is one of the UK’s leading creative producing companies based in Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, using top of the range High Definition Digital SLR cameras to capture people’s wedding days in the uppermost quality and in a contemporary, professional look and style.

So, it was only a matter of time before something truly stunning was created when the highly successful production company and The Wedding Wishing Well Foundation joined forces! When The Wedding Wishing Well Foundation needed a beautiful new promotional video to raise awareness of the stellar work they do by providing the perfect wedding day for people with life limiting and terminal illnesses, Vogue Wedding Films offered help showcase their mission and cause.

Sympathetically documenting the array of services the organization offers, the inspirational couples affected by life changing conditions and of course, focusing on its founder, Naomi Thomas who, despite living with incurable Secondary Breast Cancer works tirelessly with her remarkable team and array of extremely generous suppliers, businesses and individuals to create the wedding days only dreams are made of, Vogue Wedding Films set to work in creating a masterpiece.

On behalf of The Wedding Wishing Well Foundation, Naomi says,

‘We are so excited to be launching our brand new promotional video thanks to the generosity of Justin and Alison Golby of Vogue Wedding Films. We had such a fantastic experience throughout the whole filming process and I really believe that the stunning new promotional video will be a crucial tool in raising awareness for the foundation, highlighting what we can do for couples who face serious health challenges and financial difficulties, and also help drive considerable traffic to our website and other social media avenues.’
Talking in more detail about their flourishing relationship and recent collaboration, Naomi continues to say that,

‘From the very beginning, Vogue Wedding Films took the time to listen to the messages we wanted to get across and the particular challenges we faced, both on a personal level and as an organisation.

They took on the challenge of relaying our mission, the harsh reality behind why the organisation began and what we strive to for our special couples within a short promotional film and worked closely with us to get the messaging and tone completely right, sensitively handling filming with us.

The footage they shot perfectly captured the emotional nature of The Wedding Wishing Well Foundation, whilst the editing skilfully managed to get the balance just right between emotional tension and positive outcome.

I really hope that the promotional video will be well received and that we receive enquiries from people, businesses and organisations who have been inspired to support our charity after seeing it, as well reaching out to many more couples wanting to get married before it is too late.

Plus, as a relatively new yet blossoming organisation, the film will hopefully be invaluable for demonstrating the impact we make to couples who are facing tough challenges ahead by providing them with a wedding day of their dreams.’

Further details

For more information on the range of services Vogue Wedding Films offer including wedding films that will be something for you and future generations to treasure visit, http://www.vogueweddingfilms.co.uk

Or, if you are an individual, business or organisation and want to help The Wedding Wishing Well Foundation in any way, please do not hesitate to get in contact with Naomi Thomas by visiting, http://www.weddingwishingwell.org.uk

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