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Old December 9th, 2010, 12:37 PM   #16
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For me, it is more or less everything but the ceremony itself. Absolutely love trying to find little stories to tell with the bride and groom getting ready, the bridal parties interacting and at the reception. Lately, some of the most fun has been with couples that choose to have us put together a love story. It's fascinating to listen to them talk about how they fell in love, how the proposal happened, their first date.. or even the stress they are going through trying to plan the wedding. Has really helped give insight into the couple and given us ideas on things to look for at the wedding.

At one recent wedding, the couple had the love story playing in one of the rooms on the way to the bathroom. Everyone ended up sitting there to watch it at some point during the evening and kept commenting on how great it was. The couple's mothers were especially pleased with it.

Honestly, the whole shebang is exciting. There's something about the pressure of capturing it when you know there is no 'retake' that gets the blood flowing - and with working around the problems that inevitibly crop up.
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