Kat + Josh

I was super duper excited to film Kat and Josh’s wedding for two reasons: 

1) Kat is my sister :D

2) It was my first destination wedding

And boy was I itching to film this wedding! My whole family stayed in Mericopa for the week, and Josh’s family did as well. Thankfully we had a pool at the house we rented because it was a scorching 35 to 40 degrees on many of the days.

The weather on the day of the wedding was rather cool 23 degrees. We didn’t even break a sweat. Myself, Kat and the family drove to the ceremony spot, a beautiful desert field with plant life everywhere. Before it started, Kat caught a glimpse of Josh, “Oh my gosh he’s so handsome! Look at him!”. It was the sweetest thing!

The ceremony was later in the day at 5:30, just when the sun was lower, making for some awesome lighting. Afterward, everyone had taco’s at Josh’s parents place. They were AMAZING. If you’re ever in Maricopa, check out Tacos N More. You won’t be disappointed! 

Nadine + Zack

The story of how Nadine and Zack came to be is a funny one.

Both Nadine & Zack had a mutual friend who was getting married to another mutual friend.

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4 Little Things That Will Make Your Wedding Video AMAZING

Your wedding day is a once in a life time experience, and a wedding film is one of the best ways to preserve the memories and excitement! If you’re wanting to make your wedding film truely memorable, there are plenty of very expensive ways to do it. Expensive venue, expensive flowers, expensive dress. But there are some inexpensive (and free!) things you can do to make your film really stand out. 

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#1 Write your Own Vows

If you’re not shy about showing your love for each other, writing your own vows is one of the best things you can do for your wedding film! It gives your cinematographer so much editing creativity and freedom with your film. Never underestimate the power vows audio in your film! And if the idea of public speaking isn’t your jam, #2 on this list is also a good way to go.

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#2 Say Your Vows During The Photo Session

Some of you might be shy, so save the vows for during your photo session! This will take all the pressure off of having to say your vows perfectly in front of everyone. It alllows for a more intimate and private moment.

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#3 First Look

This might not be a *little* thing, but it’s always AMAZING thing to film. Personally, it’s my favourite event of the whole day! Nothing can beat the grooms reaction to seeing his bride for the first time, and vice versa. It adds another layer of emotion to your wedding film and is creative gold for your cinematographer.

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#4 Grand Exit

Add some dramatic flair to the end of the evening with a grand exit! Sparklers are always a welcome choice and are look great on film. And even if the night is still young, a fake grand exit will still look great in your video!