Sarah and Jon were married in an intimate desert ceremony at Joshua Tree National Park, CA.
Tong and Dora's Ponte Winery wedding was a wonderful day filled with love, affections, and a promise of new beginnings for their combined family.
A main reason to have a videographer on your wedding day is to be able to relive and rehear all the words that were said:
The ceremony speech, the vows, the toasts, and also the cheers of your friends as you are declared married.
Here's a look at how we ensure we capture all of the important audio of your wedding day.
On your wedding day, you will be surrounded by those nearest and dearest to you: relatives, close friends, and special groups of people. There are several ways you can include those who matter most as a part of your wedding day, aside from being a bridesmaid or groomsmen.
The wedding day begins long before the bridal party starts their walk down the aisle. In the getting ready portion of the day before the ceremony, there are many opportunities to have some sweet and special memories with your partner and also those celebrating with you.
Celebration and joy with your new spouse, your families and your closest friends.
That’s what having a wedding is all about.
In marriage, two single individuals become one. Stronger together, than apart.
The personal vows you share during your wedding ceremony can be full of romance, hope, sweetness, and also the art of keeping it real.
“He told her she should move to San Diego and marry a nice Lieutenant. And that’s what she did” This prompting from a loving relative was the spark needed for Jenna and Mike to find each other, and join together in marriage.
We were made for love. We were made to experience love and relationships in many forms. Love of family holding you close, love of friends sharing joy and fun with you, and for some, the love of a spouse to hold fast to and whom with experience the journey together as one.