Top Locations For Your Newcastle Wedding Video Shoot

Newcastle and the wider North East boasts a wealth of stunning locations perfect for any wedding video shoot. Whether you’re getting married by the sea, in the city or overlooking the Northumberland hills, you are bound to be a short distance from some beautiful shooting locations. 

As a Newcastle videographer, I help couples to capture their special day on film. Keep reading to discover some of my favourite spots in the North East to film wedding videos, including some regional favourites and lesser-known locations. 

Jesmond Dene

For generations, Jesmond Dene has been a favourite spot for both engagement and wedding day video shoots. The calming streams, gushing waterfalls, historic buildings and luscious greenery all make for lovely backdrops. Even on the busiest summer weekends, you can usually find peaceful and intimate moments in this fairytale location right in the heart of Newcastle. 

Jesmond Dene is a slice of serenity just a short distance from popular wedding hotspots including Jesmond Dene House and Newcastle Civic Centre, as well as many local churches. So, if you want to capture some shots in nature but don’t want to travel too far from the city then the Dene is a perfect choice.

Newcastle Quayside 

When it comes to Geordie weddings, the Quayside is a firm favourite. From wide-angle river shots to capturing a stroll over the Millenium Bridge, there are so many lovely locations along the Quayside. For couples getting married in Newcastle or Gateshead, the Quayside is an absolute must shooting location for your wedding video. Perfect for the transition between day to night, the Quayside is a short distance from some popular reception venues including Malmaison, Sage Gateshead and the Tyne Bank Brewery.  

Angel of the North

The iconic David Gormley statue is synonymous with the region and easily accessible from the A1. If the weather goes in your favour then it’s definitely worth stopping by the Angel of the North to capture some footage by the iconic feet. 

A great wedding video doesn’t just tell the story of your special day but aims to capture the personalities of the happy couple. For a bride and groom born and bred anywhere in our region, the Angel of the North makes the perfect backdrop for a romantic moment captured on film. 

Click here to view more from Nikki and David’s wedding photography shoot.

Tynemouth Longsands and King Edward’s Bay

There is no shortage of beaches in the North East. When it comes to choosing the perfect beach for your wedding video, there are a few things to consider. The season, weather and day of the week are all key factors. 

King Edward’s Bay is a prime spot for wedding videography. Overlooked by the historic Tynemouth Priory and surrounded by jagged cliffs, this really is a beautiful location to capture your day on film. However, if it’s peak season then this small bay might be too crowded, so you can always hop over to the nearby Longsands for some wide-angle shots of the beach’s eponymous golden sands. Both spots are a short walk or drive if you are getting married in Tynemouth, Cullercoats, Whitley Bay or even North Shields. 

Sycamore Gap

Let’s go a bit further outside of the city now. Many couples are venturing into Northumberland for their countryside weddings, and Sycamore is the perfect place to film a wedding video. Langley Castle, Healey Barn, Hidden River Barn and Hexham Winter Gardens are all driving distance from this incredible location. 

The Robin Hood Tree sits between two dramatic hills, symbolising the bringing together of two parts into a whole – what better place to symbolise the union of two people in love?

Druridge Bay and the Northumberland Coastline

The final spot in this list sits on the award-winning Northumberland coastline. Again, there is so much choice for stunning wedding video shoots, but it doesn’t get much better than Druridge Bay. The beach stretches seven miles and is overlooked by rolling sand dunes. Whatever the weather, you’re bound to get some wonderful shots at Druridge. Located a short drive from popular wedding videos including Eshott Hall, The Barn on the Bay and Brinkburn, it’s definitely worth the trip. 

From coastal escapes to city ceremonies and Northumberland stately homes, a wedding video is a perfect way to capture your day. Need a Newcastle wedding videographer? Look no further than Centre Stage. Get in touch today to find out my availability and book your wedding shoot.

 

Top Locations For Your Newcastle Wedding Video Shoot

Newcastle and the wider North East boasts a wealth of stunning locations perfect for any wedding video shoot. Whether you’re getting married by the sea, in the city or overlooking the Northumberland hills, you are bound to be a short distance from some beautiful shooting locations. 

As a Newcastle videographer, I help couples to capture their special day on film. Keep reading to discover some of my favourite spots in the North East to film wedding videos, including some regional favourites and lesser-known locations. 

Jesmond Dene

For generations, Jesmond Dene has been a favourite spot for both engagement and wedding day video shoots. The calming streams, gushing waterfalls, historic buildings and luscious greenery all make for lovely backdrops. Even on the busiest summer weekends, you can usually find peaceful and intimate moments in this fairytale location right in the heart of Newcastle. 

Jesmond Dene is a slice of serenity just a short distance from popular wedding hotspots including Jesmond Dene House and Newcastle Civic Centre, as well as many local churches. So, if you want to capture some shots in nature but don’t want to travel too far from the city then the Dene is a perfect choice.

Newcastle Quayside 

When it comes to Geordie weddings, the Quayside is a firm favourite. From wide-angle river shots to capturing a stroll over the Millenium Bridge, there are so many lovely locations along the Quayside. For couples getting married in Newcastle or Gateshead, the Quayside is an absolute must shooting location for your wedding video. Perfect for the transition between day to night, the Quayside is a short distance from some popular reception venues including Malmaison, Sage Gateshead and the Tyne Bank Brewery.  

Angel of the North

The iconic David Gormley statue is synonymous with the region and easily accessible from the A1. If the weather goes in your favour then it’s definitely worth stopping by the Angel of the North to capture some footage by the iconic feet. 

A great wedding video doesn’t just tell the story of your special day but aims to capture the personalities of the happy couple. For a bride and groom born and bred anywhere in our region, the Angel of the North makes the perfect backdrop for a romantic moment captured on film. 

Click here to view more from Nikki and David’s wedding photography shoot.

Tynemouth Longsands and King Edward’s Bay

There is no shortage of beaches in the North East. When it comes to choosing the perfect beach for your wedding video, there are a few things to consider. The season, weather and day of the week are all key factors. 

King Edward’s Bay is a prime spot for wedding videography. Overlooked by the historic Tynemouth Priory and surrounded by jagged cliffs, this really is a beautiful location to capture your day on film. However, if it’s peak season then this small bay might be too crowded, so you can always hop over to the nearby Longsands for some wide-angle shots of the beach’s eponymous golden sands. Both spots are a short walk or drive if you are getting married in Tynemouth, Cullercoats, Whitley Bay or even North Shields. 

Sycamore Gap

Let’s go a bit further outside of the city now. Many couples are venturing into Northumberland for their countryside weddings, and Sycamore is the perfect place to film a wedding video. Langley Castle, Healey Barn, Hidden River Barn and Hexham Winter Gardens are all driving distance from this incredible location. 

The Robin Hood Tree sits between two dramatic hills, symbolising the bringing together of two parts into a whole – what better place to symbolise the union of two people in love?

Druridge Bay and the Northumberland Coastline

The final spot in this list sits on the award-winning Northumberland coastline. Again, there is so much choice for stunning wedding video shoots, but it doesn’t get much better than Druridge Bay. The beach stretches seven miles and is overlooked by rolling sand dunes. Whatever the weather, you’re bound to get some wonderful shots at Druridge. Located a short drive from popular wedding videos including Eshott Hall, The Barn on the Bay and Brinkburn, it’s definitely worth the trip. 

From coastal escapes to city ceremonies and Northumberland stately homes, a wedding video is a perfect way to capture your day. Need a Newcastle wedding videographer? Look no further than Centre Stage. Get in touch today to find out my availability and book your wedding shoot.

 

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