Archive for September, 2007
Duane and I love our work. It is so enjoyable to know we can create something that people are going to cherish for a lifetime. But on this blog we wanted to let a few other people tell you about it. Nick and Kati were married in May and received there wedding DVD a few weeks back. Later, both Nic and Kati and her parents wanted to let us know how much they enjoyed their wedding video and we would like to share it with you.
This is an email from Kati’s mom and dad:
Just wanted to send a big THANK YOU. We received the video of Kati and Nic’s wedding. We were absolute thrilled with the film. You captured our daughter’s wedding day in the most wonderful way. This DVD will be cherished for years to come. Words cannot explain how we feel when we watch this wonderful video full of clips and of course the entire ceremony. I will recommend you to anyone that is looking for a wedding videographer. All I have to do is show them Kati’s video and they will be sold. Thank you again for giving us something to keep and treasure all our life.
Larry and Kathryn Rush
And the next email is from Nic and Kati:
Nic and I loved the video!! It was better than we could’ve ever hoped for. The entire wedding day passed so quickly for us that it was difficult to take it all in. Thanks to your video, we can watch our special day whenever we want and enjoy all the details of the event. We were especially thankful that you captured our parents and grandparents leaving us personal messages at the end. Another thing that meant the world to us was that you used the song Nic wrote for our wedding day as the background music for the video. I could go on and on about how much we loved it! We will definitely recommend you to anyone we know planning a wedding! Thanks again!
Below are some still shots pulled from their wedding video.
We love bridal fairs! It is always nice to meet brides and to hear stories of their proposal and how all their wedding plans are coming together. But on top of all that, this bridal fair was located at the Botanical Gardens in Fayetteville, AR. After the bridal fair was over we went and walked around the grounds and found beautiful gardens and lots of butterflies. Below are a few of our favorite pictures.
Rock the River is an event put on to raise money for Hannah House. Hannah House is a residential facility for pregnant and troubled teens/young women from ages 12 to 29. The worship team (oneband) from 180 Remix was able to be a part of this fundraiser and we had a blast. Below are a few pictures that Duane took of us, and if you are trying to find me I’ m the only girl.
Football season is in full swing and so it the excitment of the crowd. Last week Duane and I had the opportunity to film one of the best games of this season in high school football…the game between Southside High (Last years 7A state champions) and Greenwood High (Last years 5A state champions). We were actually there to film a recruting video for #34 of the Greenwood Bulldogs. And being that I graduated from Greenwood, I am excited to have the opportunity to do a video for him. Here are a few pictured from last Friday’s game. GO BULLDOGS!
The Southside Cheerleaders with the Chick-Fil-A cows
Here is a picture I took of Duane in action.