Cornelia and Cameron in Wedding Video Dallas from Event 1013, Downtown Plano
Cameron, a love-sick sailor posted in Japan, was on the phone to Cornelia in the States, trying to convince her towards a more serious commitment. Cornelia was having none of it. She wanted to look him in the eye when he confessed his love for her. So, he arranged for her to travel to Japan. That’s when he won her heart. Cornelia and Cameron were married in a beautiful wedding catered by Agnes Bowens of Affairs Amore at Event 1013 in Downtown Plano.
At this wedding, the lovely bride wasn’t the only one in white. The handsome groom wore his dapper Dress White Navy Uniform. An hour before the pair met at the altar, Cameron brought his bride to tears when his thoughtful gift was delivered. It included the key to his heart and a vintage timepiece to mark the happy hours of their life together.
The bride wore a strapless fit-and-flare gown of white chiffon with corset lacing. The ruched bodice was trimmed in crystal and exploded into a skirt and train of ruffles. Her long veil was tulle. The bridesmaid’s peach gowns echoed the style of the wedding dress and the flower girl’s ruffley dress was tied with a peach sash. The bride’s bouquet was made of hand-formed satin roses and the bridesmaids carried votive candles in decorated glass jars.
“You are the answer to my many prayers,” Cameron said in the vows he’d written. Both the bride and groom, made references to the role God played in bringing them together and they vowed to include Him in their home and family. A sand ceremony completed their wedding service.
After the touching wedding, the room was transformed for the reception. Candlelight dominated the scene from a wall of votives to votives and roses among mason jars on tabletops. Guests enjoyed a gorgeous three-tiered cake with a huge peach fondant rose. Then everyone danced the night away until it was time for the bride and groom to depart. As the couple made their way to a white vintage Rolls Royce, their guests waved streamers of white and peach.
Behind the Scenes with LeniCam Video Productions
When our camera-people arrived at Event 1013, they immediately introduced themselves to the other vendors on-site. On wedding day, we consider all vendors are on the same team. While setting up, the organist realized the romantic votives around the room didn’t provide enough light for him to play his instrument. LeniCam came to the rescue, positioning a camera to do double duty – lighting up the ceremony for filming and lighting up the musician’s corner for sound.
Capturing distinct facial features against the bright, reflective white of wedding apparel is another important job of the videographer and it requires extraordinary skill. At this wedding, the task was made even more difficult by the low light of the candles, and as you can see, the couples excitement is as bright as can be.
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