Well here it is Bridget and Steve’s much awaited sneak peak! I always love filming for and seeing the extended family Bridget and now Steve are part of! The Powell’s, Ayre’s, Flynn’s and Liddell’s! What a group! They are blessed with many new son-in-law’s and beautiful daughters we’ve been privileged to see married! Check out Bridget and Steve’s film!
BRIDGET + STEVE’S WEDDING DAY TRAILER FILM
Wedding Coordinator – Beth McHugh, Plum & Poppy
Hair – Bangs Salon
Makeup – Bangs Salon
Florist – Polly McCarthy, Poppies
Photographer Josephiney Photography
Ceremony Venue – St. Anthony de Padua Catholic Church
Reception Venue – Palais Royale
Reception Music – Rod Tuffcurls & The Bench Press
Cake – Macri’s & Ciaos
Dress – Pronovias, Marie Gabriel Salon
Bridesmaid Attire – BHLDN
Groom/Groomsmen Attire – Joseph A. Banks
Excitement was in the air as we filmed Katie and Chris getting ready at their hotel. The ladies were enjoying their starbucks drinks and getting made up while the guys were having a beer to relax and looking good in their tuxes. Things went into full gear as the wedding party arrived at the Mustard Seed! Katie had an emotional first look with her dad which we were present to record and guests began to filter in. Although we got a little unexpected rain and had to move the ceremony inside it was no problem as the Mustard Seed is well suited to have an indoor or outdoor ceremony and have it look great either way! Take a look at this sneak peak from Katie and Chris’s film!
Key Vendors & Locations:
Venue Mustard Seed Gardens, Cinematography Vibrant Video Productions, Photography Stoneking Photography, Coordinator Megan Painter, Entertainment Event One DJ’s, Catering Mills Catering, Cake Heavenly Sweets
This is an exciting time for Vibe Productions as we take on another year in business and continue to grow our portfolio and client base. This year we are especially looking forward to continued technical advances as we were able to recently enter the world of dslr videography using digital single lens reflex cameras commonly used to take pictures but also sought after now by cinematographers as a less expensive alternative to 35mm film. The cameras have excellent features such as the ability to change lenses, full HD resolution and excellent light and color space. I’ve had the chance to use my slr on several projects this past fall and am looking forward to doing more work with and accessorizing the camera this year.
I’m also looking forward to opportunities to fill the role of cinematographer/director on a couple of independent projects that are in the works now and slated to begin shooting sometime this spring here in Indianapolis.
I hope for you and us that the next year will bring prosperity, change, and blessings.
Here’s something we’ve cooked up recently in our Indianapolis Studio. Take a second and enjoy some High definition wedding beauty from Tanya & Roger’s day set to a great version of, Can’t help falling in Love, by Micheal Buble.