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Wedding Films

March 2, 2018

A Kingsbrae Garden Wedding Film

One of our favourite parts of of our booking process is meeting with clients. We love the personal aspect of it and the opportunity to get to know our brides and grooms. We get to learn about their story, and the things that are important to them. And from the beginning, it was clear that family was very important to Sam and Rich. In fact, our first meeting with Sam was with her and her dad. It was the first time a parent was at a meeting with us and we found it refreshing! He wasn’t there for himself, he was there for his daughter and son-in-law to be. It was evident that they shared a close bond not only with Sam but also with Rich. We learned that many of their family and friends were coming from across the country and the ocean to celebrate their wedding.
It was also going to be the first time for some of their family to visit Canada! So, highlighting their family and friends in their wedding film was crucial to Sam and Rich. 
As we followed Sam and Rich on their wedding day, it was like following a clan. There was not a shadow of a doubt that their families were precious to them and vice versa. It seemed like their families knew each other like neighbours without a fence. 
The kind of love that surrounded Sam and Rich was the kind that welcomes and invites. It was our joy to witness the bond Sam and Rich had with their family and friends, film and celebrate with them!


Just some of the talented people behind Sam and Rich’s wedding:

Photography: Shannon-May Photography // Planner: Natasha’s Wedding and Events // Venue: Kingsbrae Garden // Floral: The Potting Shed // Make-Up: Patience Cole Makeup Artistry // Hair: Shawna’s Mobile Hairstyling // DJ: DJ Dennis Hunt // Dress: Hayley Paige (Remmington Gown) // Gorgeous Home Where Rich Got Ready