Wedding Video of Jonathan and Kai Jin – Capturing those precious moments for life

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

How to have fun in your own wedding: John and Winnie

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

When the BOSS gets married


Its one thing to be filming a wedding, but its totally another form of experience being on the other side of things. Like what some mentioned, its finally my turn to experience this rite of passage.

The rest of the team from Lighthouse Studio then took on the role to film our wedding, putting in more plans than usual to ensure all aspects of the wedding are well taken care of, and are well documented.

All I can say is that the wedding day passed by ultra fast, and I did not fall into the “trap” of micro-managing my video crew as there was simply no time to do so, and I had already relayed some of the ideas and thoughts of how i desired the production to turn out.

Thanks guys for the lovely memories you have documented, the extra dedication in doing beyond 200%.

Mingsong a.k.a. Groom a.k.a. Lighthouse Studio Boss

Bridal Gowns: Bridal Closet
Banquet: Swissotel Merchant Court
AD Photography / Instant Prints: Chrisppics
ROM/Banquet Photography: 1950s Photography

We won an AWARD!

Earlier this year, we entered one of our Love Story short films into an International WEVA film competition (Wedding and Events Videographer Association). We are happy to say we were one of the finalists!!! Many thanks to our dedicated crew who storyboarded, directed and edited this short film. Most of all, thank you Joshua and Kathleen for being so game and enthusiastic in this production.

And here is the winning entry,

3D Montages a growing trend

Looking for something unique and new in your wedding? Lighthouse Studio introduces 3D montages (no goggles required). We were growing tired with the typical photo slideshows aka powerpoint style, with their cliche transitions. After a while, one looses attention to the photo slideshow pretty fast. Why not make something great to watch and still base it on photos? We decided to bring “life” to photos enabling them to interact with one another. It’s a WOW factor to most who have seen it. Check it out.

When I say it all…

“When I first held your hand when we got together, I now want to hold your hand until we grow old…”

Words like these always make us a little emotional. There is so much meaning within those few words; Love, commitment, a promise and a testament. We were very privileged to witness the wedding of Eugene & Genevieve. Throughout the wedding day, those few words described Eugene & Genevieve’s love for one another. It was a myriad of colours from the “pink” gatecrash to the vibrant kebayas. All these added to the celebratory atmosphere of this special day. Most of all, it was the speeches by Eugene & Genevieve that bared witness to this new beginning of their lives together. We wish these soul mates all the best with many joyous memories to come.

Church: Church of Saint Francis Xavier
Banquet Venue: Shangri-La Hotel, Singapore
Bridal Studio: Yvonne Creative
Photography: Yvonne Creative
Videography: Lighthouse Studio

Emotive is the Word (Highlights of Douglas & Michelle)

We’ve filmed many couples and each wedding is always beautifully and wonderfully unique. For Douglas and Michelle, the wedding was emotive to say the least. When Douglas serenaded to Michelle, everyone could see that he was singing from his heart. The song meant so much more than an expression of love but a commitment to be together forever. The couple even wrote their own vows which was a testament of their journey and their mutual pledge towards a new life together. Congratulations Douglas and Michelle. I hope this video captures the spirit of the day and bears witness to your love for each other.

Coordinator: Indulgz Weddings
Videography: Lighthouse Studio
Photography: Indulgz Photomoments
Banquet Venue: Marina Mandarin, Singapore

Beautiful Church Wedding Video

A decade of love between Mark & Stacy overflows throughout their wedding montage. This short video documents their celebration of eternal union.

We were privileged to be able to capture the raw emotions even as Mark watches his lovely bride preparing the walk down the aisle. It was a happy day indeed as Stacy beamed throughout the day.

May your love be like your favourite verse

“O give thanks to the LORD,
for he is good;
his steadfast love endures forever! “

Wedding Highlights of Joshua & Kathleen

Joshua and Kathleen live in the same block and the way they met was…unique. We were privileged to film their love story and their actual day highlights. Check out their love story here. The enthusiasm of Joshua and Kathleen was infectious and the celebratory mood was apparent to see. Kudos to Joshua for willing to eat the whipped cream, wherever it was.