For this reason, I was absolutely thrilled (seriously jumping up and down) when our wedding video came in the mail on Christmas Eve's eve... if you're following me. As my family snuggled in and pressed play after opening gifts, I was both excited and tense. You know that feeling of listening to yourself on your voicemail... you know, the kind that sends a cringe across your face and chills down your back? Well, I certainly had that feeling. And admittedly, Chad and I squeezd eachother's hands tightly in a both loving and uncomfortable way while watching ourselves on the "big screen." Still, completely masking the unavoidable temptation I had to cover my eyes on the close-up shots was an even greater feeling of awe and excitement as I observed the skill and magic of Jeffrey Holland and his team at Full Frame Cinema.
Honestly, when planning my wedding, the video was at the bottom of my list of priorities. My mom, however, convinced me of its importance. While watching this video, I realized my Mom was right... dead on. Each shot was like watching all of my beautiful pictures come to life, helping me to remember the bliss of the day in a way I couldn't have imagined. I think one day, my little girls will gush over this. I can hear it now. "Mommy... Daddy.... ewwww you're kissing. Look at CiCi! Was that your puppy?"
Thank you, Jeffrey. For the rest of you, enjoy. Below is the link to the first chapter of the video :)
*depending on your computer, it may take a moment to buffer. like 10 minutes, whomp whomp