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Wedding Video - Pro Video UK

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Pro Video UK are wedding video specialist.  We can offer wedding video in Newbury and Wedding Video in Berkshire.

Not only can we film your wedding we also offer a service where you can film your own wedding and we edit all the footage to make a great film.

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Wedding Video Hungerford

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Wedding Video Hugerford

Hungerford High Street

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Weddings in Hungerford

Hungerford is one of our Favourite towns to film in. Such a beautiful part of the country side. Local to us too.

We have filmed many weddings in Hungerford and the surrounding country side. 

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Fun Wedding facts

 

1. Turns out it's your "ring finger" for a reason. Engagement and wedding rings are worn on the fourth finger of the left hand because it was once thought that a vein in that finger led directly to the heart.

2. Queen Victoria is credited with starting the Western world's white wedding dress trend in 1840 — before then, brides simply wore their best dress.

3. If your bridesmaids are less than thrilled about matching dresses, tell them they're good luck! The tradition of matching maids dates back to Roman times, when people believed evil spirits would attend the wedding in attempt to curse the bride and groom (how rude). Bridesmaids were required to dress exactly like the bride in order to confuse the spirits and bring luck to the marriage.

4. On a similar note, brides traditionally wear veils because ancient Greeks and Romans believed they protected her from evil spirits.

5. The tradition of a bride wearing "something old, something new, something borrowed, something blue," comes from an Old English rhyme. Something old represents continuity; something new offers optimism for the future; something borrowed symbolizes borrowed happiness; something blue stands for purity, love, and fidelity.

6. Wedding cake  comes from ancient Rome, where guests broke a loaf of bread over the bride's head for fertility's sake.

7. Ever wondered where the phrase "tying the knot" came from? In many cultures around the world — including Celtic, Hindu and Egyptian weddings — the hands of the bride and groom are literally tied together to demonstrate the couple's commitment to each other and their new bond.

8. If you thought we were over the spirit thing, think again. According to tradition, the groom carries the bride across the threshold to valiantly protect her from evil spirits lurking below.

9. June weddings are not a new thing. The Roman goddess Juno rules over marriage and childbirth, hence the popularity of June weddings.

10. Ancient Norse bridal couples went into hiding after the wedding, and a family member would bring them a cup of honey wine for 30 days — or one moon — which is how the term "honeymoon" originated.

See More:
5 Wedding Traditions You Shouldn't Skip
British Royal Wedding Traditions Revealed

 

 

 

 

 

Hungerford is a historic market town and civil parish in Berkshire, England, centred 8 miles (13 km) west of Newbury, 9 miles (14 km) east of Marlborough, 30 miles (48 km) northeast of Salisbury and 67 miles (107 km) west of London. Its amenities include shops, cafés, restaurants, schools and sports teams or clubs in the main national sports. It has a railway station which is a minor stop on the London to Exeter (via Taunton) Line and part of the upper River Kennet flows through the town which has the confluence of its main river, the River Dun which is through the town deepest and widest as the Kennet and Avon Canal.