Oh the urgency of love! We were so happy to share Carrie and Mark’s Wedding Film. It took a lot for them to keep their wedding plans intact during the pandemic but they pulled it off! Carrie and Mark were our first clients back from the extended shut down. Their wedding was early in June when no one really knew what was going on in the pandemic. And there was no definitely no road map for hosting a wedding in a pandemic. When the whole world was hiding inside from fear and there wasn’t even any mask wearing yet because no-one knew about that. Pretty much all my weddings that year had been postponed and I was just looking at my schedule like really? Carrie and Mark haven’t postponed? Wow! I emailed to be sure and yes they were getting married!
It was uncharted territory but God gave us all courage and showed us the way. From large last minute changes like a new wedding venue to small adjustments such as seating arrangements and elbows rather than handshakes they made it work. The best part is they made the best of every minute! Carrie said “now that I’ve found the one I love I don’t want to put off getting married any longer. Now more than ever I realize how important it is to spend time with the people we love. ”
The biggest take away for me is I was really struck by the beauty of Carrie’s words. We should all be impacted by the urgency of love. Don’t put off until tomorrow the chance to love. What a beautiful take away from all this. Congrats Carrie and Mark!
Check out some of our other films we’ve done at Avon gardens if you’re here reading and interested in the space!
The Vendors! Venue Avon Gardens Catering Kahn’s Catering Photography Nate Crouch Entertainment Grapevine Productions Lodging Embassy Suites by Hilton Hotel and Conference Center… Cinematography Vibrant Video Productions
It was a beautiful day for Kevin and Lauren’s rustic outdoor wedding at Mustard Seed Gardens this past October. Kevin and Lauren made excellent use of the beautiful space at Mustard Seed and threw an awesome party for their family and friends. Thanks to our awesome crew Zarah and Mitch for filming the day. Our best to the happy couple in their life together!
We were fortunate to be part of Grace and Matt’s spectacular wedding day this past fall in downtown Indy. Grace contacted me on a recommendation from our friend Joel at Track Seven. As many Brides do Grace had been debating wether to have her wedding filmed for some time but as the day got closer she decided to go for it. And we’re glad she did! We were excited to be able to film for her and Matt, they truly are a beautiful couple. Many thanks to our film crew Zarah and Rachel who did a great job cinematically capturing the day!
Tonight I’ll be filming the semifinal match of the Notre Dame Bengal Bouts. This will be my second year filming this sporting event to demo one of the competitors. Here’s a excerpt from their homepage to describe the event.
Started in 1931 by Knute Rockne and Dominic Napolitano, the Bengal Bouts is a long-standing Notre Dame tradition. Each year, thousands of fans come out to support the students in the tournament, the proceeds of which benefit the Holy Cross Missions in Bangladesh by funding educational initiatives for tribal peoples who make up the poorest one percent of the country.