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Wedding of Laura and Zach from Bill Miller’s Castle, Branford CT. We have done many weddings in this area, and we have never heard of this place, until we came for this wedding. We also came to the rehearsal dinner, the day before, and we recorded most of the toasts that we ended up using in the film. Honestly, the rehearsal toasts are always so much more personal and emotional, than at the actual wedding. Especially Zach’s toast, that is in the beginning of this film. Our favorite shots were at the beach, even though we were first skeptical to do them at all. However they turned out so fantastic, you would think they were taken in Bahamas. For the gear heads reading this, we shot these as RAW footage, so we could have pull out the shadows and take down the highlights, so all the colors and details came back to place. Shout out to DJ Duane Wuane from Lights Camera DJs, was really cool to work with them.

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  • Lauren - June 19, 2013 - 10:29 pm

    Absolutely incredible. Best, most beautiful, wedding video I’ve ever seen.ReplyCancel

    • fairytalestudio - June 19, 2013 - 10:58 pm

      Thank you LaurenReplyCancel

If you keep wondering about the title of the wedding film, it is a line from Scot’s dad toast right in the beginning of the film. He talks about Scot’s determination to pursue his dreams. It fits this film perfectly, and when I heard it I knew this was the title.

The wedding was at St. Peter’s in Danbury and reception at the St. Clement’s in Portland. Everything worked out so perfectly, and the weather really cooperated as well. We had the left side of St. Clements, so we got the view of the river and the garden. Meagan and Scott were just telling each other jokes all the time, even during the ceremony. I heard them joke around, when I was editing the audio. As Scot’s dad said, “Scott makes Meagan laugh all the time, they are perfect for each other”

Thanks to Jena Alviti for being such an easy to get a long photographer. Can’t wait for the next time.

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  • Nancy LaDore - May 6, 2013 - 7:28 pm

    David,
    This is hands-down the best wedding video I’ve even seen! So beautiful and professional … a true masterpiece. Best Wishes.ReplyCancel

  • karen campbell - May 17, 2013 - 3:30 pm

    What a perfect memory for Scott and Meagan….and the rest of us! It is a lovely capsule of the day.ReplyCancel

Bollywood inspired film of Saaima and Omar from NYC. More specifically from Jersey City, but you’d never get this kind of view from Manhattan. We are in love with South Asian weddings. The scene in the beginning of the film was so important for Saaima, and it looks just like a movie scene to us. Mostly because of the real emotions between Saaima and her mom as she gives her a last note, her dad had written, before he passed away. She has saved it and gave it to her to open, just as we were filming that scene. It was quite emotional for everyone. You can’t rehearse that.
We were also little worried about the baraat being at night, but I think it came out so nice with the city lights in the background. We have to say huge Thank you to Alex Villegas who was shooting with us and helped us out tremendously.

  • Nazia Khan - February 13, 2013 - 11:34 pm

    Amazing! It made my six year old (one of the flower girl’s) cry. I know how much time and effort goes into making these movies. You did a beautiful job in capturing the true emotions of my sister’s wedding. Bravo!ReplyCancel

  • Saaima - February 14, 2013 - 11:04 am

    David, you did an amazing job with this film capturing all the emotions of that special day. You made us cry, laugh, and smile all at the same time just like a true Bollywood movie. Thanks for all of your effort in re-creating a wonderful memory for Omar and me!ReplyCancel

  • Matt Thompson Productions - February 16, 2013 - 5:43 am

    Stunning cinematography, you truly captured the essence of the couple and their love! Great work, can’t wait to see more later this year!
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  • asma - February 16, 2013 - 1:43 pm

    hello saima,great,really great,wat an amazing video,its so real,emotional and romantic video,both of u were looking like prince and princess,divid ur work is really amazing and out of this world ………….ReplyCancel

  • Aisha - February 17, 2013 - 7:42 am

    David,What a great video!!So beautiful,emotional and romantic.The best wedding video I have ever seen.Fantastic job!!!ReplyCancel

Tracy and Andrew’s wedding was packed with absolutely beautiful and tear-jerking toasts and speeches. We also went to the rehearsal, and it was so worth the extra day. It gave us a really hard time picking what would end up in the final film, as we wanted to use every single toast. The above 3 minutes highlight is just a fraction of all the heartwarming words spoken and events that took place, that are in the longer Feature film. However the first toast by Tracy’s dad is our most favorite one. It even made us cry again as we were editing it. And doesn’t he sound just like john Goodman. What a great voice to have. This wedding was Irish/Dutch, mostly Irish though, but her mom’s little Dutch box, Dutch ribbon and those little wooden shoes were so interesting, they made it to the front image of the video. And you know who else is of a Dutch heritage? One of the coolest photographers to work with as well as to hang out with. You might have heard of them Justin and Mary. And here are the pictures from this wedding. The entire event was coordinated by our dear friend Stacie Shea, she is the best.

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We love outdoor, rustic, barn weddings. Berkshires might be our most favorite place for them. We’ve got so much footage of rusty metal, worn wood, old doors, that we had really hard time picking which one to use, as we couldn’t use it all. Although I wish we could have. We get sometimes carried away, ohh well. As every films is custom made for each client, we pay attentions to details. Like in this one the color correction had to be very pastel, rusty, simply to have a patina of age. It really works with this films, as is the music. We were so excited when we found it, it fits it so well. Very Phillips Phillips, Mumfrod & Sons. please enjoy this wedding film of Shelly and Chris, a glimpse into Berkshires.

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