Your wedding planning is complete and everything is set for the big day. But then you remember, “do we want a wedding videographer?” In this blog post, we want to give you three reasons why you need both photo and video for your big day.
During this Christmas season, our team decided to offer something special: an engagement film. An engagement film, or love-story film, is the perfect way to capture your love story in a casual fun way.
Why weddings? It is a question that never ceases to find its way into a conversation when you mention that you're wedding coordinator. It is a question that Pamela Joy Augustus and Vivian Anne Delpilar have answered probably more times than they can count since they started their business.
The bride feels a tug on her side. She looks down to see a hand tearing at her beautiful white dress. Then another, and another. Hands continue grabbing at the material, stretching and pulling at the fabric until the dress is completely tattered and torn.
“After years of being married, what would be your advice be for a young couple soon to be married?” Award winning documentarian Doug Bloc (known for 51 Birch Street and The Kids Grow Up) searched for that answer. In his most recent film, 112 Weddings, Bloc set to interview the couples who years earlier he got to be part of their wedding day.
Everyone has their pocket of “love songs” that give them those “good feelies” and “warm fuzzies,” as they think about their significant other. Sometimes, these songs aren’t exactly the best love songs, but other times, the love songs have some solid advice to give us when we are considering to take things a bit more seriously. Here’s a few of our favorite, lovey-dovey like songs that we enjoy and actually give some great advice about this crazy thing called love.
Since starting Paintbrush Weddings, I have wanted to begin a blog that has a range of different content for brides and anyone as in love with love as we are. But even bigger than that, I wanted to create a community.