Tallahassee Wedding Video | Meredith & Peter | FSU Doak Campbell Stadium

We were excited to shoot Meredith and Peter’s wedding at the home of our Alma Matter, Florida State University! The day began with bridal preparations at the historic Governors Inn. They exchanged vows in a beautiful ceremony at First Baptist Church in Downtown Tallahassee. After the ceremony, guests were taken by trolley to Doak Campbell Stadium for a reception in the University Center Club. When the bride and groom arrived they took pictures outside with the talented Kay Meyer Photography. We even snuck them into the stadium for a few pictures later in the evening! The ballroom where their reception was held looked amazing. No detail was overlooked with Simply Southern Events planning the day! From First Dance to Last Dance, The Fabulous Classics kept the dance floor rockin’. Everyone had an amazing evening. When it was time to say goodbye friends and family gathered with sparklers outside the stadium to send the couple off in style. Meredith and Peter, your happiness and love for each other is evident and we wish you a long and happy life together! Here is Meredith and Peter’s preview video:

P.S. Click here to check out their pics from Kay Meyer Photography

The vendors that made this day possible:
Ceremony Venue: First Baptist Church

Reception Venue: The University Center Club at Doak Campbell Stadium

Photographer: Kay Meyer Photography

Videography: In Motion Video Productions

Wedding Planner: Simply Southern Events

Band: The Fabulous Classics

Floral Design: Missy Gunnels Flowers

Bridal Prep: The Governors Inn

Tampa Wedding Video | Melissa and Michael Wedding Teaser | Dade City, FL

Michael and Melissa were married at the home of Melissa’s parents in Dade City, FL.  Melissa planned this wedding down to the last detail and it showed!  She had some special touches that really made the wedding decor amazing, such as her damask tablecloths (from Kate Ryan Linens), cute little favor jars, and my favorite the “yellow truck”.  You can see this old fashioned yellow Ford truck in the video, and it made for a really fun photo session with Christine Nicole Photography!  Their ceremony was emotional and beautiful, and guests watched as they exchanged their vows with the sun setting behind them over a field with horses.  The reception began with heartfelt toasts by members of the bridal party, and then Michael and Melissa shared their first dance as husband and wife.  Ward from Grant Hemond and Associates kept the part going all night.  It was an amazing evening and we are so glad we were able to be a part of it!  Here is Michael and Melissa’s preview video:

P.S.  You can check out the amazing images from Christine Nicole Photography on her blog:  Click here!

The vendors that made this day possible:

Hair & Makeup: Tiffany M. Johnson

Photography: Christine Nicole Photography

Videography: In Motion Video Productions

Entertainment: Grant Hemond and Associates

Catering: Garden Cafe

Linens: Kate Ryan Linens

Flowers: Flora Chic

Cake: Publix

St Augustine FL Wedding Video | Kelly & Alex | Destination Wedding Videographers

Kelly and Alex were married on a beautiful Spring day in St. Augustine, FL. The day began with preparations at Bella Bay Inn with hair and makeup done by the talented team of Casey Powell of Casey Does Hair, and Kimtasha Armstrong, Pro Makeup Artist.  Their ceremony and reception were held at one of my favorite places in St. Augustine, The White Room.  I love the view from the rooftop, and the weather could not have been more perfect to enjoy the scenery.  They shared an emotional exchange of vows, and then headed out to the streets of St. Augustine to take some fun pictures with photographer Addison Fitzgerald.  They enjoyed the rest of the evening with family and friends in the White Room Loft, which was perfectly decorated by the team at Rose of Sharon.  Kris with Footloose Entertainment kept the dance floor rockin’ until it was time to leave.  Thanks Kelly and Alex for letting us capture your wedding day!  You guys were awesome to work with and we hope you enjoy the video:

More than just a “wedding video”

One of our talented videographers, Amanda Whorton, shared her perspective of how important a wedding video can be from being able to watch her parents video.  Amanda’s parents just celebrated their 23rd wedding anniversary and are STILL watching and enjoying their wedding video.  Styles change, technology changes, but memories will always be important.  Here is Amanda’s story of her parent’s 23rd anniversary… oh, and also some pics of them “then” and “now”.

My parent’s 23rd wedding anniversary was Saturday. I couldn’t have asked for a better example of love and marriage.  They serve each other selflessly and are still passionate about each other.

My mom asked me the other day if I wanted to watch their wedding video with her.  I had completely forgotten that they had one and they still have it on VHS! For a surprise for my mom, my dad had it transferred to DVD so they could watch it together when they went on their anniversary trip. Their wedding video helps them relive their vows and all the funny and poignant moments of their special day. Their marriage is much more than their wedding day, but that’s where their life together started. Their wedding video means a lot to them because it helps them remember, 23 years later, where it all began and all the promises they made. My parents’ faces light up with smiles when they talk about it.

This showed me how important a wedding video can be to a married couple. Technology changes rapidly, and 23 years from now I’m sure there will be yet another way to watch movies. In 23 years we’ve already gone from VHS, to DVD, and now even to blu-ray. Your wedding video is still an important aspect of the memories of the day when you said, “I do” for the rest of your lives.  It’s easy enough to transfer one form of media to another, but you can never recreate that day and those moments. 23 years down the road, when you and your spouse are watching your film on your anniversary, you can be grateful that you decided to have a videographer at your wedding. And you’ll smile, just like my parents did.

Wedding Day!

23 years later

St. Mark’s Episcopal Church | Video Production | Video Promotion

In Motion Video Productions just finished up a wonderful project for the St. Mark’s Episcopal Church “We Are One Capital Campaign.” The finished video is informative, enlightening and at the same time emotional. Thanks to everyone at the St. Mark’s Episcopal Church for your help in making the video a success.

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