Bliadhna Mhath Ùr
Bliadhna Mhath ÙrPlay Video
Kelly : Lee
Why Do You Want to Capture Your Wedding on Video?:
Because we want something a bit more visual than just photos, something that we can watch back over and over again and remind us of all the tiny details that made up our day.
Describe The Proposal?:
Lee proposed during a month-long trip to Thailand, he had made a time lapse video where he visited some of our favourite places, overplaying was the song can you feel the love by Rudimental, Lee also has cards that had the lyrics to them, the last card said will you marry me. He showed me the video whilst we were on a night out then got down on one knee and asked me to marry him and pulled out a ring.
The venue, why this place above anywhere else?:
We knew we had a rough idea of what we wanted and what we like. We looked at a few venues and likes something of them but when we went here we just felt instantly like it was the right place for us. We loved the byre and the lighting and space.
Venue: Kinkell Byre
Event Planner: Scott Dougall
Celebrant: Dorothy Nowak of the Humanist Society Scotland
Caterer: Scott’s Catering Service
Bar: Event Bars St Andrews
Piper: John Mitchell
Pipe Band: Royal Air Force, Central Scotland Pipes & Drums
Photographer: Sassy at Assassynation
Cake: Cakes by Rachel
Films for the enamoured and adventurous
Films for the Enamoured and AdventurousPlay Video
Visual legacy perfection
There’s a passion for those intimate moments that runs through our veins. A passion bound to our heritage; it flows through our mountains, amidst the glens. It’s not a focus on a dress or precious metals; this passion stems from the honest bond shared by two. Rooted together by love, wonder and attraction, these are the moments that matter most.
The boldness of Bruce, the romantic flair of Burns, the innovation of Bell. At Cinemate, we nurture these attributes inherited from our Scottish forefathers and instinctively apply them to our art. With pride in our hearts, we aim to excel and impress.
You see, we are not conventional wedding films. We promote progression! And, just as generations evolve over the years, so too should our visual legacies. So, aside from typically posed pictures, with every trembling palm and each intimate embrace, our movies capture that key connection; that authentic spark.
Surrounded by Scotland’s dynamic landscapes, the air exudes inspiration. From the mossy hills amongst the heather to the steepest crags upon the moors; these scenic juxtapositions are integral influences for our cinematic vision.
You see, we like our footage to source similar contrasts. Transitioning from the sincerity of ceremonious vows to elated celebrations, these varying dimensions ingrain a layer of complexity into each sequence. So, combining the values of our heritage and an appreciation for rural aesthetics, our filmmaking carves the balance necessary for an engaging, emotive experience.
At Cinemate, we attend unions spanning Scotland’s horizons and even further afield, across Ireland and Europe. Simply, if there’s a couple in love and waiting to create stunning memories on their wedding day, we long to be with them!
The authenticity of our films stems from the very roots of their creation. Sculpted by the vision of those behind the lens, they encapsulate every desire held by the passionate in front.
In cinematic sequences contrived from the heart, we favour the natural dynamism of emotion in an expression of true artistry and filmic craftmanship.
This ensures our films are formulated for an optimum, emotive impact!
The romantic determinism which lays within our art is indisputable. Grounded by the values of our heritage and protruded by our cinematic vision: at heart we are bold, we are intuitive and we are progressive. Merging stunning wedding visuals with precision audio engineering, we are committed to curating cinematic artistry, which reflect your wedding’s natural charm.