There’sa lightness and airiness to this trailer that is pretty irresistible. Admittedly a lot of it’s down to the setting – white walls inside and spectacular views outside, but the folks at Boy Meets Girl Wedding Cinema (love that name!) really took it and ran with it, and there’s a real care in the way this trailer was shot and edited. And, of course, the choice of final shot is then deeply appropriate.
Trailer by Boy Meets Girl Wedding Cinema
Music: Heart and Soul by Kina Grannis, licensed directly with the artist.Read More »
I love this educational piece from Penny Lane about how to handle church ceremonies – and great viewing for brides and grooms as well to understand how the church you choose can affect your filmmakers abilities to get great shots of you.
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There’s something very tantalizing about the slow-burn opening of this trailer. Like a delicious tease, you’re torn between wanting to jump ahead to the action, or to stop and linger on the beautiful jib shots of the door, or the wonderful lighting on some of the detail shots.
Trailer by Filmedia
Music: All This Time by One Republic, licensed from Song FreedomRead More »
What’s better than a great wedding film? A great wedding film that’s also a surprise 50th birthday party meets wedding film.
If you’re an old softie like me, the idea of… slightly older… people getting married is always a tear-jerker, because there’s not the same sense of normative process to it. And when the bride and groom keep the fact that they’re getting married a surprise from their guests…. magic follows.
Wedding film by Romanza Films
Music licensed from Audio NetworkRead More »
“In this perfect moment, the world is just as it should be” Lauren and Scott’s trailer by Rustic Red Studio
As we’ve been away a few days, we wanted to come back with something to knock your socks off, and here it is. An In-And-Out Burger opening (sidenote, I was in California again last week and still haven’t made it to In-And-Out… how is that possible?), and beautiful shot after beautiful shot will leave your socks well and truly knocked off.
Trailer by Rustic Red Studio
Music: If You Love Me Let Me Know by Robert Kelly, licensed through The Music BedRead More »
We’re shutting up the office today for the holidays so we’ll take a break while you all take in some turkey, football and awkward family dynamics.
We’ll be back with more of the world’s best wedding and live event filmmaking on Monday, December 2nd.
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“Since the first time you shared your lips with mine…” Lindsey & Andrew’s Dallas wedding by Joe Simon Films
This trailer is the epitome of a down to earth wedding. With such a gorgeous vibrant woodlands backdrop you feel as though you’ve been dropped into a fairytale. This trailer does a marvelous job of introducing you to this eclectic couple and tugs at your heart as you listen to the bride and groom’s vows. The editing is superb, particularly the shot of the wedding rings exploding into fireworks. I really don’t think I couple be happier though, then when the couple entered their reception not only with their pup, but on the back of a rickshaw. I mean please, what more could you really ask for?
Trailer by Joe Simon Films
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Andrea & Simon’s utterly unique, singing, dancing, lip-syncing wedding trailer by Sunshine Wedding Films
If this trailer doesn’t make you smile, you should probably go to the doctor and have them make sure you’re not DEAD INSIDE.
Helicopters, dancing, lip-syncing, incredible New Zealand scenery…. Incredible.
Trailer by Sunshine Wedding Films
Music: Sit and Wonder by Alva Leigh, licensed from Song Freedom.Read More »
Everyone had enough of hearing English accents in wedding trailers? No? Good, because here’s another one. I love the setting of this wedding, and how the folks at White Dress Films placed the bride and groom in the setting for lots of the portrait-type shots.
Trailer by White Dress Films
Music by Dexter Britain and licensed from The Music BedRead More »