Wedding Highlight Film
Many think that to make a wedding video, all you have to do is show up, point the camera and press record. Maybe they’re right. Maybe that’s all you need to do to make a wedding video.
Creating a wedding film is something else entirely. What’s the difference? Symantics? Sure; but can you feel the difference in one versus the other?
After several years of capturing people’s memories, I can tell you the thing that really sets one apart from the other is when the couple is genuinely interested in me capturing their love and emotions and not just pointing a camera at them on their wedding day. Telling that story, I feel it with you and have a connection with you.
Vaidehi and Arjit are a shining example of that connection and I’m happy to call them my friends. At every turn of their week-long wedding celebration, they were the absolute best to work with and greeted my team and I with smiles, no matter how exhausted they were.
Seeing their faces light up again and again when they viewed their wedding highlight film earlier today brought me so much joy and reminded me why this is my profession and though it can be very taxing, I love what I do.
Thanks to the awesome friends who helped make their wedding celebration a truly amazing experience:
Photographer: Kaitlyn Stoddard Photography
Flowers, Coordination & so much more: Michael and Haley @ Lynn Doyle Flowers & Events
DJ: DJ DPK & Dj Raju Productions
Cake: Kipp Holmes
Photo Booth: Phancy Photo Booth
Venue: Landers Center
Rentals: White Door Events
Valet: Southern Valet
Reception Dress: Maggie Louise
Hotel: Hilton Garden Inn Southaven
Henna: Bombay Salon & Spa
Day After Session Location: Brooks Museum