A sweet tender secluded time alone with your spouse to be, the silly dance move that your slightly inebriated cousin managed to pull off on the dance floor, and the flower girl who (running out of petals halfway down the isle) turned and picked up a few petals off the ground tossing them to the front—these are just a few examples of unique instances that, when captured, can add to the truly special Cinematic Wedding Film.
It’s not just a name for our company; first looks have become quite popular in the recent years. Some couples love the idea of seeing each other alone before they walk down the isle. The nerves melt away when you finally set eyes on each other and celebrate in the moment alone together before the big rush. Along with the benefits to the couples’ nerves, the first look is the perfect opportunity to get some great shots for both film and photography of just the two of you.
End of the Night Send-Offs are another element to the wedding day that, when captured, can bring back a rush of memories. Send offs can be as extravagant or as simple as you want them although the best ones are well thought out before hand. We once had a groom who, as a surprise to his new wife, had a firework show go off near the end of the night. It made a great addition to their wedding video and will be a cherished memory for years to come.
Not all signature moments have to be planned out before hand. Many of them happen naturally. Like when one of our brides danced with her father to a remix of Stevie Wonder’s “Isn’t She Lovely”. They jumped around and bobbed to the music for the entire song, leaving everyone watching, laughing, and smiling at their tender moment.
A significant moment is something special that can only happen once in a lifetime. They are unique to the individual(s) that preform them, and they can make a cinematic film truly special.