“I don’t know why I even need a wedding video.” The bride on the other end of the phone told me. “My married friends say I’ll regret it if I don’t, but I’m just not sure why.”
Elegance mixed with fun is the perfect way to describe a wedding at Santa Anita Race track.
This styled wedding film showcases some amazing vendors and the unique atmosphere of the venue.
Enjoy a celebration with friends and family while cheering on the racing horses.
Weddings that take place at a home have an extra level of beauty and sweetness. The extra tenderness and love and care that goes into preparing the residence for the ceremony lingers in the air and speaks of the affection that the family and friends have for the couple.
You’ve decided on getting a video for your wedding. That’s awesome! It’s wonderful to have those memories of your day. Now you’re probably looking at packages or collections from various videographers and wondering what some of the options actually mean.
To help you pick the perfect choice for your wedding film, I’ve listed the most common types that cinematographers offer and how they will bring you back to your special day.
Today's post is a bit different than the wedding videos I usually share. It's a bit more personal. This post is also going to start with a statistic. 1 in 4 mothers will experience the loss of a child in pregnancy or as an infant. I am one of those woman. And I have gone through it twice.
A chance meeting in a restaurant, a love of country music and good drinks was the start of Joedy and Brittney's romance. After spending time learning how to be there for each other even in a long distance relationship, they got engaged and committed their lives together at Eagle Glen Golf Club in Corona, CA.
So, I have a question for you: Will your grandchildren be able to see photos or videos of your wedding? And will your own children have pictures of themselves as children to show their own kids?
As wedding plans are being made, and lists are being checked, one of the last items on your mind is probably the rehearsal and dinner. The great thing about having a ceremony rehearsal, besides getting to know where and when you have to stand and walk, is that it's a chance to relax and be silly goofy with your family and friends before the wedding day jitters arrive. It's also a chance to get some great candid photo and video memories.
Daniel and Sharon's story started almost five years ago, in a college campus game room. From how the groom tells it, it was pretty much love at first sight. They met and spent an evening besting each other at the sport of ping pong. They started dating a few weeks later, and have been head over heels in love for each other since then.
Earlier this year, I had the honor of being a bridesmaid for my friend Kaitlyn's wedding. However, because she was a good friend, there was no way I was going to let anyone else film her wedding video! It took some careful planning, but me and my team were able to pull it off and put together a beautiful film. Here's how we did it!