Caitlin & Ryan have a beautiful story of how they met and fell in love. Telling their story was a matter of putting the pieces together from speeches and from their own words that they wrote to one another. One common thread through the stories was that Ryan knew the first time he saw Caitlin that she would be his wife one day. He even said this aloud to his friend at that moment, wow! Maybe Caitlin wasn’t as sure as Ryan was right out the gate. But she was soon to realize she had found Mr. right and the rest.. after several years of dating was history!
I loved all the speeches and although I don’t usually include the groom thank you speech in the highlights film Ryan’s speech was special. I like that he didn’t feel the need to thank Caitlin’s parents for the wedding. What he did thank them for is how they raised their daughter and for accepting him into their family as a son-in-law. Hosting a wedding is a huge gift of resources however raising a child in a way that will enable them as a healthy adult and a blessing to their spouse then giving them to that spouse is the greatest gift.
Hiring a wedding videographer is important, but we believe hiring the videographer who knows how to tell your story is even better. We know how fast the day goes by and in the end you want to remember it through the eyes of an expert storyteller that you can trust!
It was a beautiful fall day for Megan and Jesse to be married. We enjoyed spending the day with them making video of their beautiful outdoor ceremony and vintage indoor barn reception. Megan and Jesse are such a nice couple, we felt right at home around them and just really enjoyed taking the whole day in through our cameras and our memories. Our best to the new couple!
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We had a fantastic time at Molly and Jordan’s wedding. The day went super smooth and before we knew it we were following the cow limo to the reception! There we were blown away by the beautiful design done by Martha (Molly’s Mother) and the event planner Beth. I don’t want to know how they got lighting to hang from the ceiling some 30′ up but it looked nice. History lesson: the farm was built in 1867, as a food producing venue for the rapidly growing Notre Dame University and was used for over 100 years to that end! All in all it was family and friends having fun and sharing hilarious speeches that made the day special for Molly, Jordan and their guests. Well enough said, check out their highlights film!