A drone has captured a happy couple’s wedding day in Hull, leaving the pair with a high-flying memory to cherish for years to come.
The surreal film was taken during the ceremony of Roxanne and Luke Mallinson as they married in front of their 140 guests in Hull Minister – an old Anglican church found in the centre of Kingston upon Hull.
Aerial pictures show The Mallinsons and their guests waving at the camera that’s positioned 100ft in the air.
The couple, of Hull, East Yorks., had initially paid for a videographer with a drone to film their wedding, but when the company went into liquidation, they feared they would have to go without.
But Chris Fenton of Octovision Media saved the day, jumping at the opportunity to film inside the 14th century church.
The 28-year-old bride said it was the perfect way to capture her day.
She added: ‘It’s brilliant – I’d like to say a massive thank you to Chris for coming to our rescue and making my day extra special.
‘It made the service extra special as it was so unique and different.’
Reverend Canon Dr Neal Barnes, who led the service, said it was brilliant to have the drone flying inside the minster.
He said: ‘We are delighted again to be working with Octovision Media who show Hull Minster in a new light and angle showing off this magnificent building.’
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