Happy anniversary to Jason and Robin, a Wedgewood Brentwood couple who tied the knot last May 11th! In honor of their one year of married life, we wanted to re-feature the photo blog done by their photographer, Katie White. Click here to check out this gorgeous piece highlighting a beautiful couple…and a beautiful venue!
Tara and Paul tied the knot at Wedgewood’s Crystal Springs location in Burlingame, California.
After getting engaged, they decided to plan their wedding close to their family in the Bay Area. They live in Los Angeles and had to plan their wedding mostly over phone and e-mail, having only seen the actual site twice before the big day!
Kissing Balls with ivory roses and crystals hung from the gazebo for an elegant and romantic look.
The sweetheart table décor featured soft colors. Tara used gold glitter votive candles, the flowers from the ceremony site chairs, more rose petals in pale pink and a gold pin tuck runner to add texture and style to the reception.
See this wedding come to life! Tara & Paul’s Wedding Video:
Read Tara and Paul’s thoughts about their wedding on Yelp! http://www.yelp.com/biz/wedgewood-wedding-and-banquet-center-crystal-springs-burlingame
Every bride should understand that hiring a photographer is a necessary expense—this investment means capturing and keeping life-long memories of one of the most important days of your life. You can share pictures on social media sites, use them to decorate your home and eventually show them to your children and grandchildren.
To some brides, however, the importance of capturing video footage of your wedding isn’t as obvious. A lot of couples wonder if it’s a worthy expense; how many times will you actually watch the video anyway?
With so many tasks to juggle, vendors to meet and checks to write, should you really add videography to the list? The answer is an unequivocal yes! A picture may be worth a thousand words, but being able to see the change in your fiancée’s facial expression as you walk down the aisle is priceless.
Your wedding day will come and go way too quickly. Of course you’ll remember the highlight reel: walking down the aisle, the I dos, your grand entrance and parts of your first dance. What you might not remember is just how long that first kiss lasted, or the look your parents exchanged when you were pronounced husband and wife.
We’re not suggesting that you replace the sentimental value that regular photos provide. But when you start to budget for your big day, you should carve out enough to hire someone who can capture—on video—those precious moments that you’ll want to remember forever.
Browse our website or visit our Facebook page for examples of Wedgewood wedding videos.