I can’t even say how excited I am to share this video with you!
If you follow me on Facebook you might have seen it already; it was posted way back in April by Liz at Porcelain Rose Productions. But now that you’ve gotten the chance to see Michelle and Dave’s Ceremony, Details, Stationery, and Reception, it’s only fitting to see the hilight reel!
Liz from Porcelain Rose actually approached me for a one-on-one vendor meeting back in late February. She’s a friend of my sister-turned-model and saw the photos of our Boho Glam shoot. She previously worked for another videographer, and asked me if I had any clients who were in need of a killer deal on videography. Did I?
I’ve now worked with her four times, for weddings and shoots, and I can definitely attest to the fact that she’s not only incredibly talented, but also incredibly sweet. Seriously!
And just look at this hilight film! Anyone who is a fan of Bryan’s shots of the groom tearing up when he sees his bride will love this!
She did such a great job with Michelle + Dave’s hilight reel, and then surprised me with a special treat of my own; a video of my team and I (including former bride Marisa, who was my Wedding Day Setup Assistant!) setting up for and working at the wedding! Now, I’d imagine I’m not the only one who hates seeing the faces she makes while concentrating, or of the self-conscious cheesy smile I flashed Liz (and I swear I wasn’t telling off DJ Dave – I was checking in with him!!). And considering that this provides a rare look into the chaos that is backstage several hours before a wedding (the shot – you’ll know it when you see it – was taken not long after we all arrived), I’m a little nervous to show you. But I also think that it demonstrates a lot of what we do on a wedding day, taking chaos and making order and beauty. And it’s rare to get a chance to show that to anyone.
Michelle + Dave’s Classic Beach Wedding at La Jolla Shores Hotel Wedding Details:
- Venue: La Jolla Shores Hotel
- Planning, Design, Stationery, Styling: Events by Elisa
- Hair/Makeup: Audra Rene Studio
- Florals: Diane’s Flowers Please
- Linens: Classy Covers
- Lanterns: Concepts Event Design
- Cake: San Diego Desserts
- Cake Pops: Calculated Whisk
- Officiant: Rev. Christopher Tuttle
- DJ/Emcee/Lighting: Hit It Music Productions
- Videography: Porcelain Rose Productions
- Photography: Bryan N. Miller Photography