Whenever we write a blurb about a couple, we like to sit down and think about the themes and narrative elements unique to their wedding film; touching on their story and how or why wedding cinematography was important to them. This became a lot harder to do for Dom and Mark, whose story encompasses so many different elements — family, acceptance, how they met, fell in love and ultimately married under a new last name which combines both of their former surnames. As convoluted as that all sounds, it makes for a beautifully simple and emotional narrative guided along by Dom and Mark’s love and the warmth of their family and friends whose elation and excitement for the celebration is evident in every scene.
As Jess and Misha’s officiant, Tracey, so eloquently puts it near the opening of this wedding film: love can’t be defined by any single moment. It’s all the little moments. It’s every moment.
Love can’t be defined by any single moment. It’s all the little moments. It’s every moment.
This is a sentiment that not only rings true for Jess and Misha, but also for their multi-layered narrative, which draws from their readings, cards and vows to create a piece that weaves together each moment from this incredible day. Whether it’s something as monumental as the couple’s choreographed hip-hop dance routine or something as spontaneous as Jess peaking out her hotel window to catch Misha and the groomsmen walking by, each moment — big or small — is a key component of this beautifully complex story. continue reading
There was an overwhelming sense of excitement surrounding Leah and Marco’s wedding day, not just to celebrate a marriage 10 years in the making but, to everyone in the know, it was the last evolution of a wedding that had changed, shifted, and transformed many times in the months leading up to it. What was in its early stages a California vineyard wedding became an elegant and ethereal affair at the King Edward Hotel’s recently reopened Crystal Ballroom, brought to life by Blush and Bowties and White Oak, whose poppy arrangements had us like whoa.
What was in its early stages a California vineyard wedding became an elegant and ethereal affair at the King Edward Hotel’s recently reopened Crystal Ballroom.
Leah and Marco first reached out to us when they stumbled upon our work last September. They loved our cinematography, our storytelling, and the way our wedding films framed a couple and the emotion and intimacy of their relationship and their day. They wanted just that, but one thing that was clear from the beginning, is that they wanted their film to explode with excitement. continue reading
Every once in a while, a setting or place becomes such a strong third character in the story that its presence is felt throughout the entire piece. Such is the case for Tanya and Michael’s wedding film, where the breathtaking landscapes of Huntsville, Ontario helped establish and connect the different elements in this beautiful narrative.
When we first started taking to T + M about wedding videography over a year and a half ago, they mentioned Deerhurst Resort was a place that was dear to their heart. So naturally, Michael got ready at the resort, Tanya spent the morning at their cottage on the Deerhurst grounds, and the evening concluded at one of the resort’s ballrooms, overlooking the scenic wilderness and glassy waters of Peninsula Lake. continue reading
As layered and intricate as this story is, Brittany and Mitch’s love lies at the heart of it, providing a constant to the narrative that makes each element of their day flow organically into the next. Whether it’s the couple’s own personal vows, a rabbi’s address, or a loved one’s speech, they all lend to the story of Brittany and Mitch and the love they share, which is infectious by the way it eminates from every single frame of their wedding film.
They all lend to the story of Brittany and Mitch and the love they share, which is infectious by the way it eminates from every single frame of their wedding film.
With truly personal vows exchanged moments before the ceremony under the pine trees that line Cambium Farms’ back field, a magical Jewish/Macedonian ceremony accented by the perfectly diffused sunlight that made its way through the holes and gaps in between the wooden panels of the barn, traditional dances, an intimate first look, and all the moment in between each of these milestones, Brittany and Mitch’s wedding film tugs at our heart strings and gives us all the feels.