[vimeo width="640" height="360"]http://www.vimeo.com/22098900[/vimeo] I've been looking forward to Cara and Josh's wedding celebration for a long time...a long long time it seems. When Josh notified Cara's parents that he was planning to propose, they called me first to make sure I was open on the dates that they were considering.
As far as I can recall, I've never had a couple book their wedding date based upon my availability - I can tell you this, it inspires us to work twice as hard to produce a documentary beyond their wildest imagination.
Then again, when you work with couples as great as Cara and Josh, the story is evident. It writes itself. Most of the work has already been done in advance.
It all began at Paloma Blanca Mexican Cuisine where family and friends regaled one another with stories of their friendship, and it ended at a relative's house with those same companions begging for one last song to dance do by party band extraordinnaire Blind Date.
We couldn't have worked with a nicer and more talented photographer - David Sixt. Shooting alongside David was a first for us (but hopefully not a last), and you can see evidence of his magnificent talent already through images from Cara and Josh's event on his blog.
Cara and Josh - thanks for making us a part of you plan. We plan to take you back time and time again with the documentary that is to come.
Enjoy the preview! jones
Ceremony: Alamo Heights Presbyterian