Our goal is to make wedding films that are unique to our clients. It’s so easy to template a day out, since weddings are typically composed of similar events:
1. Bride gets in hair and make-up
2. Groom puts on tux
3. Bride gets into the dress
4. They meet. She cries.
5. She walks down the aisle. He cries.
6. They kiss, dance and depart. Day over, we all cry.
Templates are great if you are trying to create a wanted poster for your missing cat in Microsoft Word. Templates don’t make great wedding films.
In walk Jimmy and Laura. They have a one-of-a-kind love. A story that is totally unique to them. A story that was authored years and months and days before their wedding day. Their day had many similarities to other weddings, the dress, the kiss, the tux, the reception, but what it had that nobody else has is their unique story. Laura was AMAZING and told me that at their first meeting she was going to read some of her older journal entries to Jimmy. She wanted him to know, from a very personal perspective, how excited she was to be marrying him on this day. She wanted him to hear how she felt as her love for him was being shaped by their relationship, way before their wedding day. That single act brought a whole new meaning to their day and to their film. I love that. Enjoy this clip. -Matt