What I cherish most about this video is the extreme sentiment that it holds. One of the many perks about my job here at Live Picture Studios is that I get to witness love in various forms because I meet so many couples. Ashley and Joe, whose wedding was filmed at The Merion, in Cinnaminson, NJ, were tender, compassionate, and truly romantic with one another. We understood this, and we worked hard to transform the various elements that outlined their love into a stunning cinematic wedding video through use of the perfect music, and exceptional edits. To me, nothing captures the moments more superior than quality cinematic film. On behalf of everyone here at Live Picture Studios, we wish you much love, health, and happiness in your future. Congratulations Ashley and Joe! <3
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“No one’s gonna love you like I do!” These adorable lyrics loop in the background while Lindsay and Justin’s wedding video displays a spectacular tale of loyalty, sincerity, and admiration. How appropriate of a song for this couple; and really for all couples in love. We really feel like that, don’t we? If we ever become lucky enough to say that we are “in love”, the feelings are so profound and overwhelming that we are convinced we are the only person in the world who can own such emotions for this other person-and it’s true-because it’s love. Live Picture Studios once again captures this love in a high quality, stunning, cinematic fashion. The cinematography and videography is a flawless and pure as the love between these two people. Lindsay and Justin’s wedding reception took place in Eastlyn Golf Course-Greenview Inn, in Vineland New Jersey. On behalf of the film crew here at Live Picture Studios, we wish Lindsay and Justin much love, health, and happiness in their future!
The most recent Live Picture Studios wedding highlight is for Anna and Doug, two college sweethearts from Kutztown University in Pennsylvania. After many years together, they finally tied the knot! Their wedding was the epitomy of young love, filled with laughter and improv dancing down the aisle. One of my favorite stories was from the best man, who spoke of Anna and Doug’s love at first sight… or rather, love at first frat party. Anna’s maid of honor also gave a really great personal toast, but went above and beyond by having all of their friends stand up during the toast to perform songs like “Don’t Stop Believin'” and “Living On A Prayer.” It was such a unique performance, and Anna’s reaction was priceless. Anna and Doug only wanted a wedding highlight from us instead of a regular 20-40 minute edit, because they just wanted something simple to remember their wedding. I’m very happy to say that they loved the highlight!
Bernadette and Dennis truly seem like “two peas in a pod,” as Bernadette likes to say. The two got married at St. Anastasia Church, where they had a beautiful ceremony filled with readings and rituals. Their reception was held at the Four Seasons Hotel in Washington Township, New Jersey. While editing their wedding highlight, I felt like I got to know the two personally, and got to see how charming they are as a couple. It’s always heartwarming to see how happy newlyweds are together. While I sometimes cut wedding highlights with a long party section, I focused mainly on Bernadette and Dennis’s card readings to each other. They are both individuals of strong faith, so I wanted their highlight to focus on their written promises and their dedication to God.
Check out their wedding highlight below:
When we sit down with couples to discuss their wedding highlight, a lot of them already have an idea of what song they want to use. Sometimes it’s the song of their first dance, a song that represents their relationship, or just a song they love on the radio. This can be a good and bad thing, because the music is an extremely important element of any highlight. Just the other day, I spoke with one of our clients who was set on using a sad, dramatic song. This might’ve been suitable if there were a lot of tears and touching moments at her wedding, but her wedding was a lively party! Imagine how differently her highlight would have turned out if it were cut to slow music.
For this reason, we always ask clients to let us to pick the music. As an editor, I listen to songs from a different perspective. I go through the footage, get a solid idea of how I want to tell the story, and then pick a song that will support that. I’m especially fond of songs that build up to a climactic moment, because this is the moment that I might choose to show the bride walk down the aisle or the groom crying. I’m always looking for a song that has a powerful chorus that will make the highlight more emotional.
So before you make up your mind about what song you want, consult us first! Let’s talk about what kind of song you need to make your story compelling. We want to make your highlight the best it can be!
One of the many things that I love about Live Picture Studios is that before we shoot a wedding video, we actually get to know the couple via meetings and phone calls. This is beneficial for the creation of a high quality, cinematic wedding film because our story is so honest and accurate. I do not feel like anyone can truly nail story telling without knowing the characters to the fullest. I love how Jacob is a fun-loving, sort of jokester; and Linda is more serious and emotional. The two are a bit opposite, but as a cliche would have it, they actually fit like a glove; and our New Jersey wedding crew precisely displayed the couple’s personalities on film. Their story was filmed at Lackawanna Avenue, in Totowa, New Jersey. On behalf of everyone here at Live Picture Studios, we want to wish Linda and Jacob much love, health, and happiness in their future together!
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When I saw the footage from Karen and Kevin’s wedding at the Sayen Gardens in New Jersey, I was instantly excited. They had a beautiful outdoor wedding that looked like the two were getting married in a fairytale. The quote from the card that Karen gave Kevin sums it up perfectly: “The only thing better than the magic of a fairytale is the happiness that comes with real life.” Karen and Kevin had their reception at the Freehold Hotel in New Jersey, where the best man, maid of honor, and bridesmaid told some touching stories of the two. Congrats Karen and Kevin! You two seem like such a perfect match for each other.
I had a lot of fun editing this highlight, not just because of how beautiful the scenery was, but because Karen and Kevin had a gift exchange, card reading, and first look. For anyone looking to get a wedding video, we always recommend that the couple do some of these extra pre-ceremony things. Whether you want a creative edit or just raw footage from your wedding, these little things will make wonderful memories to look back on. For Karen and Kevin’s wedding highlight, the card reading really tugged at my heartstrings, and summed up their emotional love story.
Watch the highlight below:
“It’s so rare to have someone that is so encouraging and supportive….one that encourages you to do things that you never thought possible.” I love this! This is what the best man said in his speech during Victoria and Brandon’s wedding; and it is so true. It is a very rare thing to find someone that absolutely changes you for the better because their love makes you feel on top of the world; and brings out the best parts of you. Victoria and Brandon changed one another for the better; and I am confident that Live Picture Studios demonstrated that when they filmed their wedding and produced such a beautiful wedding video. They told their story in a beautiful and effortless, high quality cinematic fashion.