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When we heard that a new bridal film had been released from Crash Taylor’s new venture, Taylor Winter Films, we were rather excited. Basically, we knew it was going to be good. However, the result was even better than we expected.

With a fabulous team of suppliers, including the award winning James White Hair and Dennisson Classic Cars, this film is slick, stylish and highly creative. Well, what would you expect with one of the UKs leading photographers, Crash Taylor in tow?

Here’s what Crash had to say:

“Taking place at the beautiful Vicarage Boutique Hotel in Southwell, Nottinghamshire, I decided it would be a great idea to get all the best wedding suppliers and put their talents on film. I put my new company Taylor | Winter Films to work and together we created 4 minutes of something for future brides to look at and maybe give them some inspiration and ideas for their special day. For the suppliers and myself it’s a huge marketing tool. The internet is a massive advertising platform and within the first 5 days we had 700 views.  I’m very proud of the film and want to thank everyone who was involved”.

Bridal Fashion Shoot from Taylor | Winter Films on Vimeo.

Other members of the team include:

Little White Dress

Make Up by Ali Gunn

Flowers by Floral Deco

So, what do you think? Gorgeous right? We’d love to hear your thoughts.

PS – Is it just me or does the ‘brides’ peachy rear resemble a certain Ms Middleton in that gorgeous dress?

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