Jennifer and Sean were married in late October of last year. They started their special day at the Gild Hall in Manhattan and then traveled to St. Mary Gate of Heaven in Queens for their wedding ceremony. Jennifer and Sean exchanged emotional vows in front of their family and friends at the same church where Jennifer’s parents were married decades earlier.
Leave it to Google to become a part of the wedding industry. A few days before Valentine’s Day, Google launched “Google Weddings“, a simplified approach towards wedding planning using Google’s free web based tools.
It’s an annual tradition for couples to tie the knot on Valentine’s Day atop the Empire State Building in New York City. The event is sponsored by TheKnot.com which held an online contest late last year selecting the very best love story submissions. In all, 14 couples won the opportunity and one of them was Lindenhurst, New York firefighters Sarah Carpino and George Callahan.
Sherman surprises his girlfriend, Christina, with a birthday party and dinner at her aunt’s house in Franklin Park, New Jersey. Except it wasn’t simply a surprise birthday party, it was also the setting of a marriage proposal. After Christina’s family and friends sang “Happy Birthday” to her, Sherman dropped down on one knee and professed his love for her and asked for her hand in marriage. She lovingly accepted and they will be getting married this May in Montego Bay, Jamaica.
If you are solely planning on hiring a photographer to capture the magical moments of your wedding, you may want to think twice after reading this.
Wedding photography certainly has its perks. A photographer can record a kiss, a hug, or even a smile as a beautiful image forever cemented in time. For this reason, couples feel that pictures are all that is needed to document their perfect day. However, pictures are only stills of a single point in time. They are one-dimensional and lacking any back-story or sound. To truly capture a momentous occasion like a wedding, videography is the key.
Chris Fig Productions is full-service video production company based in New York City. With an office in Manhattan, NY, our wedding and event videographers travel nationally and throughout the world for documentary and film productions.
Chris Fig Productions is a full-service video production company based in New York City, NY. With offices in Manhattan and Westchester, our wedding videographers travel to Long Island, Hudson Valley, New Jersey, NJ, Connecticut, CT, and the world.