Bride & Groom in a wooded area on their wedding day at Old The Milking Parlour at Cavokay House.

As a wedding videographer, I have the joy of witnessing unique love stories unfold, and Grace and Dom’s journey is truly magical. From their chance meeting at university to the enchanting moment Dom proposed, every step of their path to marriage has been filled with warmth and whimsy. Join me as we dive into their unforgettable wedding day at Old Milking Parlour at Cavokay House in Henstridge.

Discover Cavokay House: Where Fairy Tales Come to Life

Nestled in the heart of Henstridge, Cavokay House stands as a timeless testament to elegance and charm. Originally built in the 18th century, this historic estate has been lovingly restored to its former glory, offering a picturesque backdrop for weddings and special events.

Whether you’re exchanging vows amidst the blooming gardens or dancing the night away under the stars, Cavokay House is where fairy tales come to life. With its timeless beauty and unmatched hospitality, it’s no wonder why couples from near and far choose this idyllic estate as the backdrop for their special day.

I have had the pleasure of knowing the owners of The Old Milking Parlour, Lou and Colin for a number of years now and their expertise on a wedding day shines right through.

Wedding couple being photographed against a sunset with it coming through the middle of their heads.

A University Romance Blossoms: Where It All Began

Grace and Dom’s love story began in the halls of their university. A tale of friendship turned into something more. Fate brought them together on the same course, and Dom’s invitation to a bonfire night event sparked a connection that would last a lifetime. Bonding over fireworks and shared interests, their love bloomed in the most unexpected of places.

A Proposal to Remember: Sealing Their Forever

Dom’s proposal was a moment of pure magic, happening right at the end of his graduation ceremony. With special permission in hand, he took the opportunity to ask Grace to be his forever. This marked the start of a beautiful new chapter in their lives.

Wedding couple sparkler exit shot

Style and Theme: Whimsy and Romance

Grace and Dom’s wedding day was a reflection of their personalities and shared passions. With a theme of “Tea and biscuits with a hint of Doctor Who,” their celebration was adorned with touches of pink, purple, and glitter, adding a touch of magic to every detail. This was right up Grace’s street!

Anticipation and Joy: Cherished Moments

The anticipation of finally seeing each other at the end of the aisle filled Grace and Dom’s hearts with pure joy. They were also really looking forward to sharing their first dance together as husband and wife. As a videographer, capturing these candid expressions of love and happiness is what makes every wedding day so special.

Bride & Groom under an umbrella while it is raining for a moody photograph.

Top Tips for Couples: Prioritise Your Happiness

In our chat before their wedding, Grace and Dom shared some valuable advice for couples planning their own big day: prioritise your own happiness. Amidst the chaos of wedding planning, it’s important to remember that the day is about celebrating your love above all else and take time out to reflect on what has just unfolded. It’s all about you!

Exploring Hidden Treasures: A Magical Adventure

During their wedding day, we put on our wellies embarked on a magical adventure through the grounds of Cavokay House. Our exploration led us to a hidden door in the woods. This provided the perfect backdrop for capturing their love amidst nature’s embrace. These spontaneous moments added an extra layer of magic to an already unforgettable day.

Bride & Groom in front of a mysterious door in the middle of the woods.


In conclusion, Grace and Dom’s wedding at Cavokay House was a celebration of love, friendship, and shared passions. As a wedding videographer, it was an honour to document the beginning of their happily ever after. Their love story is a reminder that sometimes, the most magical moments happen when we least expect them.

Thank you to Lou & Colin at The Old Milking Parlour In Henstridge for having us back again and it was such a joy to work alongside these lovely suppliers. If you are looking for a videographer for your big day please feel free to contact me here.

Venue – The Old Milking Parlour

Photography – Paul Aston Photography

DJ – RS Sound and Entertainment

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