Wedding Videographer Kensington
Kensington is an affluent area part of the City of London and the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea. Home to some of the London’s most opulent streets, gardens and squares such as High St Kensington . and Edwarde’s square, Kensington boasts class and prestige. Whether you live in the area or elsewhere, what better location to tie the knot?
Kensington has wedding celebrations deeply ingrained in its history due to the areas many years of experience. It therefore knows how to adapt to the unique style, taste and wedding needs of each couple that decides to celebrate their special day in the area. A complimentary wedding means you’ll have a carefree, enjoyable wedding day where you’ll feel comfortable and at home.
The district boasts over 20 licensed venues all of which are unique in their own way. Our professional videographers at Purple Ribbon ensure they seamlessly work with the environment of each venue so they don’t miss a moment of your special day. The flexibility of each venue in Kensington makes this an even easier task for us to achieve and provide you with the best possible memorabilia of your wedding.
Kensington can’t be faulted for beauty and scenery. The historically rich, deeply cultured area is reflected in its refined establishments making it a perfectly suited location to host your wedding. Whether it’s a small intimate ceremony you look for or celebrating on a large scale with a few hundred friends and family, the beautiful venues of Kensington are fit for every kind of wedding.
One of the biggest struggles couples face is how much they should diversify their wedding day. At Purple Ribbon, we think the more diverse, the better. That’s why we love the area of Kensington. Their focus on personalisation and adaptability allows you to achieve your dream wedding, no matter what your taste or how diverse. We’ve worked in many different venues for all types of weddings therefore we know what and how to capture those precious moments you’ll cherish after the wedding day is over.