This is one of our ‘Short Features’ (about twice as long as a typical highlights film). Our clients, like Jessica and Edward, choose this when a highlights is just not long enough – yet it is still short enough to share online with friends and family. We believe that the friends and family that show up to a wedding are just as important to the film as the bride and groom are. Some of Jessica and Eddie’s family and friends traveled a very long way to participate in their big day; Edward is from Ireland. When we filmed their wedding, we were looking for every opportunity to incorporate the reactions of these special people to as much of the day as possible. This is a standard we bring to every wedding we film. When shopping for someone to film their wedding – this is one thing that a bride and groom should be looking for as they watch the work of every wedding film professional they consider.
Filming at Willowdale makes a wedding easy to shoot. Not only is this historic mansion gorgeously castle-like, but the staff makes the whole day flow by in an easy, relaxing, and efficient way for all involved. They treat everyone, including every other professional brought in like family. So, yes, we can recommend booking a wedding there with confidence. Below is a list of the other professionals that were a part of making this wedding a success.
Wedding Photographer: Lisa Rigby – Lisa does a great job and has the confidence to shoot by herself; she is so easy to work with and really seems to understand our role in the day, not just her own. She is relaxed, cheerful, and gives her couples helpful direction when necessary.
Hair & Makeup: Sundara Salon
Florist: Flowers by Petros
DJ: Chris Paul
Cake: Frederick’s Pastries
Jeweler: Roman Jewelers