You know that you have a good video in your hands not just when a series of beautiful pictures start showing on the screen. You know you have good video when those priceless moments are captured. Moments as fleeting as vapour but priceless none the less. The look of the groom as he sees his bride walking down the aisle, the quivering voice of the bride as she pledges her union with her love, the chortling laughter of friends during the gatecrash, small tears that were shed and a nod of approval from the relatives when the groom announces his commitment to the bride. It’s these moments , I for one would want to see over and over again.
Banquet Venue: Carlton Hotel
Photographer: Desmond, MORETOPURPLE
Videographer: Lighthouse Studio
It was fantabulous to film the wedding of John and Winnie! The couple sure knew how to throw a party for their wedding. While we have seen many themed weddings. This is one which their friends dressed up for the Alice in Wonderland theme.
You could really tell that they were so loved by many. From the best man’s speech to the hilariously funny surprise dance item by their friends. Everything celebrated their love for one another. One of the highlights of the day was probably John and Winnie’s first dance. The beautiful couple danced with such grace and elegance that it was certainly mesmerizing.
Banquet Venue: Raffles Hotel
Photography: 1950 Photography
Filming: Lighthouse Studio
Creating a wedding express video is no easy feat. Producing a great video within limited amount of time requires the best out of us. But how about having elements of your first march in the express video?
Really appreciate Samuel and Cheryl for trusting us with their wedding video. They allowed us to stretch the boundaries and use those creative juices of ours to do something different from our usual style. Slick editing, skilful camera work and most of all a great couple allowed us to produce this masterpiece.
Church Venue: Church of Saint Francis Xavier
Banquet Venue: Island Ballroom, Shangri-La
Makeup Artist: TG Goh
Videography: Lighthouse Studio
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Teck Hwee must have broken a few records along the way to win his bride, Wen Yee. He did his first ever Mr Bean dance in his life and tasted some special magical concoction.
Their whole church wedding seemed to be taken out from tv series. The dashing groom in his crisp white uniform, together with his fellow sword bearers, and the cute flower girls and paige boy accompanying the charming bride, with her trailing long gown. I think this is one scene that makes every girl wishing to have a church like wedding. Simply beautiful and elegant.