Locations: Stone Cliff Club House, LDS St. George Temple, St. George Carousel, Sun River River Walk Grill
Bridal Shop: Fantasy Bridal
Tuxedo Rental: Adrian’s
Cake: Sweet Cakes
Transportation: Dennis Rutoskie
DJ: Adam Rue – Festival Sounds
St. George Cinematographer: CastleBridge Films
SLC Cinematographer: David Perry Films
Wedding Coordinator: Michelle Williams
Luncheon Coordinator: Taylor Proctor – Taylor-Made Weddings & Events
Raleigh and Will wanted to do things a little different for their wedding. Having the reception the night before and the temple sealing the next day we were ready for two big days of filming. I was told that the bridal party would be going into the pool at the end of the reception. Being a little to preoccupied on what needed to be filmed that day I forgot to grab a towel and swimsuit so I went in clothes and all to capture a few clips of them jumping into the pool. (check out the credit at the end to see what we got)
When Loni’s sister Shawnee told us what Mark had planned, we knew we couldn’t miss it. We reserved our seats just a few rows behind where the proposal was going to take place. The theater was dark, the couple was waiting for the go ahead from Mark’s Brother. Shawnee makes the announcement that her sister is going to be proposed too after the movie so please stick around. The trailers start, the text is sent, in walks the couple but now one of their seats has been taken by some little kids. No worries they just take the two seats next to them. We all enjoy the movie and then the credit begin. With the camera assembled quickly and quietly we’re ready to begin, but Loni stands us to stretch and we hide the camera, turn and talk to our neighbor, and hope our cover hasn’t been blown. The coast is clear so we get setup again.
the credits finish and……….
push play to see what happens
Location: The Gateway Theater – Salt Lake City, Utah
Music Licensed through “The Music Bed”
“Let Love Be” by Chelsea Lankes
Ring Ceremony Officiator: Steve Masefield – Zion Weddings
Cake: BK Cake Designers
DJ: Festival Sounds
Photographer: Gideon Photography
Cinematographer: CastleBridge Films
Wedding Coordinator: Laura Stagg – Forevermore Events
Hair and Make-up: Jaclyn Lamoreaux
Custom Designed Menus: Hey Hay Designs
Ring Ceremony Music: Snow Canyon Quartet
Anissa and Jason are a couple with lots of personality. It can sometimes be difficult to capture a couple’s true vibe on a photo shoot, but not with these two. If you can’t tell from the different faces Jason pulls, take it from Anissa’s constant laugh, this couple truly enjoys each others company. Thanks Gideon Photography for being such great filming partners and thanks to Anissa and Jason for allowing us to take part in their fun! This is part one of two.
Cinematography: CastleBridge Films
Photography: Gideon Photo
Music Licensed through “With Etiquette”
“Mile Marker” by Amy Seeley
The vibrant red mountains of Southern Utah and the contrasting emerald greens of Entrada were the stunning backdrop for last weekends wedding of Lacy and Easton. The event was produced without a hitch (as always) by Laura Stagg of Forevermore Events which ensured that a good time was had by all. We always have a good time filming all our couples, but this wedding was that much more fun because we were able to really get to know this exciting couple before hand. Take the opportunity to watch their Couple Story to learn more about them as well (be sure to listen for the engagement story -christmas, cops, nerves – their story has it all).
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Chad and Jaimie are an absolutely DARLING couple who met on a blind date (hooray for the SLC Brad Paisley concert!). With Chad in St. George and Jaimie going to school in Logan their respective families didn’t get to know them as a couple very well. It was with this in mind that we came up with the Couple Story. We took our traditional Love Story and changed the focus from their courtship to what makes them tick as individuals (Chad loves basketball and Jaimie tears it up on the soccer field), as well as what they love about each other. Their Couple Story was debuted at their wedding dinner the night before their wedding and was a hit with family and friends. We hope you enjoy it as well (be sure to stay for the last 2 minutes to see them as they truly are .
We had an amazing time with Tyler and Marlee as we traveled around Southern Utah for their Engagements/ Save the Date shoot. Jimmy Bishop from Gideon Photography did an amazing job on their photos.
Ashlee and Tim wanted something unique and different tell their story and what they feel for each other. With this in mind, I remembered the movie “The Notebook” and threw out the idea of having them exchange personalized letter the morning of their temple sealing. They loved the idea and hence their wedding film “Spring Blossoms” was born. It was such a beautiful day and a beautiful experience sharing in this young couples joy at being married and their families excitement for them. Thanks for allowing us to be a part of your special day Ashlee and Tim!