And now for the moment you've all been waiting for... Patty and Matt's wedding recap film! Through this 6-minute film, you'll be able to get a sample of the amazing day that Patty and Matt shared with their family and friends.
On the beautifully sunny morning of July 26, 2014, Neeta and I arrived at Patty's parents' home to start our day of coverage. There was plenty of excitement already in progress, and we jumped right in to capture some key moments of the preparations. From hair and make-up to putting on the wedding gown, Patty and her bridesmaids spent the morning and early afternoon getting ready for the big day. I started capturing detail shots of Patty's dress, jewelry, and shoes while Neeta stepped outside to get some establishing shots of the house and flowers so that we could create a warm opening to their wedding film.
Fast forward to St. Agnes Parish where Patty and Matt got to see each other for the first time that day! The homily given by Father Brian Flatley was so touching that we knew we'd have to incorporate his uplifting words into the wedding recap film!
We then headed to the Seaport World Trade Center and were blown away by the intricate detail that Patty and Matt had put into designing their reception space. From their custom-engraved mini wine cask (for collecting cards) to their classic table settings, we knew we had to capture as much of the details as possible. And let's not forget the evening photo session, just after sunset. Paired with the twinkling lights of the city in the background, Patty and Matt's smiles say it all.... blissful happiness.
Special thanks to Eric Barry for sharing some of his still photos for our wedding film production. If you're looking for a friendly and amazing photographer, you must check out Eric. And a big shout out to Dan McCarthy for keeping the party going all night long! We loved the upbeat atmosphere and we were able to capture some really great footage of guests dancing!
So without further delay, here's the world premiere of Patty and Matt's wedding recap film! We've had a wonderful time working with both of you and we wish you a lifetime of happiness! Congrats!
Cinematography: True Focus Films
Photography: Eric Barry Photography
Ceremony Venue: St. Agnes Parish
Reception Venue: Seaport World Trade Center
Officiant: Father Brian Flatley
Entertainment: Dan McCarthy
Seaport Coordinator: Ellen Pells
Soundtrack License: The Music Bed