February 7, 2014 | 1 Comment
What will your wedding film look like? Get inspired with this East Coast wedding film! Jen and David’s wedding took place this past August in the Massachusetts city of Gloucester. Their East Coast wedding film captures the highlights of the day and its many wonderful details. Doug and Andrea from Yellow Hook Productions were the masterminds behind the film you’re about to see. You won’t want to miss what the bride has to say and the video next…
East Coast wedding film
Yellow Hook Productions tells us, “Jen and David were such a fun couple to work with – in our meetings leading up to the wedding we instantly connected with their sense of humor and openness. We were later blown away to discover Jen’s special touches throughout the day – literally handcrafting almost all the details and creating a subtle but unifying visual theme. As Jen describes in her comments, this was truly a homemade wedding whose intimacy and warmth among friends and family was reflected in an exceptional attention to craft.”
The bride Jen tells us, “My husband and I spent nearly 2 years planning our wedding. Right from the start we knew we loved certain things. We knew we liked the look of a timeless, vintage-styled wedding and blush pink romantic colors. We knew we loved the ocean, and wanted a day filled with close friends and family.
I come from a crafty family and LOVE making things. I had a field day making almost all of our wedding decorations by hand. It was a lot of work, but in the end was worth every minute. My bouquets were created with blood, sweat, and tears…quite literally. I cut petals of soft pink, gray, and lace fabric, sewing each petal by hand, creating 100s of flowers to create the groomsman boutonnieres, bridesmaids bouquets, as well as my own bouquet. My fingers were pricked many times and it took a lot of time to finish but i just loved the look of the final product. It looked soft and romantic, vintage, and just screamed ‘me’!
My incredibly supportive parents created my cake topper. My dad painted their faces and hair, and my mom meticulously created the dolls’ dress and suit based on our real wedding clothes. I also created my version of a shabby chic pennant banner to hang above the dance floor. As a final touch I sewed 100 lace chair caps that I think really brought together the vintage style I was going for.
Our wedding video is our favorite wedding remembrance because I smile ear-to-ear every time I see it. I wanted a video that reminded me of an amazing night with family and friends and it did so much more than that. I got to see all the moments I missed, all the smiles I didn’t see, and even all the crazy dance moves our talented group put on display! It captured the feeling in the air and brings me back to those moments every time I watch it.
Our wedding turned out just as we imagined, but most importantly, we created great memories with all of the important people in our lives and we each got to marry our best friend.”
Did you enjoy Jen and David’s East Coast Wedding Film? Contact Doug and Andrea at Yellow Hook Productions to have your wedding documented so you can always remember it. You can also see their New York wedding videographer business listing in the Emmaline Bride Bridal Book.
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