Austin, TX - Escondido
When it comes to planning a wedding, there are no shortage of seemingly infinite details to consider. From paring down the guest list to building up a song list, the process is never truly over until the bride and groom wake up on a beach somewhere in a different time zone in a daze from all that just transpired. I can only imagine that on wedding day + 1, the bride and the groom begin to discover and focus on the details of their lives that they have postponed during the engagement process, and begin to imagine the new details of how their lives will look together.
Around the time Whitney contacted me to shoot their wedding video, Gina Whittington from CLINK Events assured me that this wedding would be "epic," and that the details would be so exquisite that there was a good chance that the wedding would be featured in Grace Ormonde Wedding Style or Martha Stewart Weddings.
I kept Gina's input in mind and instructed the team to get as many eye-candy detail shots as possible. Establish the rustic wedding location decor, film Whitney's unique wedding dress in the sunlight, create smooth tracking shots across the wedding rings and the table settings, etc.
Kourtney and Chad got plenty of that which I requested, but also documented this wedding paying particular attention to the fleeting emotional details that come without plan or procedure - the moments that cannot be purchased and aren't carried within the pages of a magazine.
I could hint at some of those details, but I'd rather you enjoy the film and find them for yourselves. Here's a segment where Geoff wowed the guests by dancing to one of his favorite childhood songs.
Whitney and Geoff, when it came time to pick the detail of who would be your wedding videography team, thank you for choosing Mason Jar Films. Enjoy!