We’re so excited today to bring you the third and final part of Sail Away With Me, a 1920’s travel inspired wedding shoot and this time on film! Rodolphe from Best Day Productions joined us on the shoot and created both a short behind the scenes film which we featured yesterday and a Sail Away Film capturing the beautiful details of the shoot in all their glory. Sit back relax and enjoy…

Sail Away from best day productions on Vimeo.

Best Day Productions are a family run company based in Kildare, what can we say their work speaks for itself, their cinematography is second to none. Make sure to check out their blog for their stunning Super8mm clips.

Thank you so much to all the FAB suppliers that made the shoot possible. We were thrilled to work with such talented people and had great fun on the shoot with you all.

We’re already brainstorming for our next shoot, something to look forward to…

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  1. Sona

    Rodolphe is absolutely amazing. His videography is just stunning, and he always chooses the greatest music for his videos…. I absolutely LOVE this one. Truly is there a better videographer in Ireland at the moment? I don’t think so…. Well done!!!

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