Jena & Howard: Opening Sequence

We put cinematic elements to use in our wedding videos, starting with an opening sequence designed to bring you right into the excitement and energy of the day. We want to set the scene and the tone for the video that follows, with just the right mix of emotion and storytelling to kick things off. Here, to give you an example, is the very first part of Jena and Howard’s wedding video.

Anna & Kevin: Nervous Moments

If you’re going to tell the story of a wedding day, you really need to set the stage for it. That’s why it’s so important to go behind the scenes prior to the ceremony, to capture the excitement of getting ready as well as to gather a little bit of the back story on some of the elements that will be playing a part in the day.

Jordan & Kyle: Vows

Audio is 50% of all wedding videos, and good audio is what makes it possible to really live your wedding day again. Professional microphones, backup systems and attention to detail is what sets us apart.

Mona Lisa & Michaelangelo: Reflections

No, we did not make those names up, and we'd be hard pressed to find a more well matched couple. Their wedding was held at one of our favorite venues, Cornerstone in Sonoma.

Shana & Cameron: Opening Sequence and First Glance

One of the most special moments of the day is that moment when the two of you see each other in your wedding clothes for the first time. Absolutely nothing captures that moment as well as video does. The feelings will come right back to you. Trust us.

Angela & Michael: Reflections

A somewhat unique and very lovely location, St. Vincent de Paul in Marinwood was the venue for Angela and Michael's wedding celebration. The ceremony took place in the historical church, and the reception was in the beautiful courtyard behind the church. This is their Reflections montage.