Grace and Kyle Dallas Wedding Video


Grace and Kyle -St. Ann’s Catholic Church in Coppell and Embassy Suite Hotel Reception in Grapevine

Dallas Wedding Video

Grace met Kyle when she was a freshman at high school band camp.  It may have been love at first sight, but in the ensuing years Kyle found more than looks to love.  “She’s beautiful, but not just on the outside,” he said when asked about his bride. Grace and Kyle were married at St. Ann’s Catholic Church in Coppell.

Grace was certainly beautiful on her wedding day.  Her sleeveless gown had a lace bodice with a jewel neckline and taupe satin sash.  The elaborate fit-and- flare gown hugged her torso with a shirred organza, sported an organza decoration at the hip and then fell into layers and layers of organza petals and ruffles.  Her   When Kyle saw her his eyebrows flew almost to his hairline.

St. Anne’s is a gorgeous church with ornate decorations in gold and silver.  The nervous pair couldn’t seem to come up with the right responses during the vows, but the priest declared them man and wife nonetheless.  Then Grace had to tell Kyle it was time for them to leave.  Outside they climbed into a Hummer limo which took them to the reception at the Grapevine Embassy Suites.

The reception was a culinary delight.  Guests were treated to a buffet dinner which offered everything from shrimp cocktail to Chinese takeout.  The wedding cake was covered in swirls of white icing and topped with formed sugar flowers.  A stack of cake ball’s with a Baylor bear jumping out of the top was the groom’s dessert.

DJ James Looney kept the dance floor hopping and when the dancers needed a break, there was a photo booth with crazy props. When the evening drew to a close, the revelers waved their sparklers in the air as Grace and Kyle strolled away arm in arm.

Behind the Scenes with LeniCam Video Productions

One of the benefits of purchasing a wedding video package with two videographers is the pre-ceremony segment.  We arrive an hour and a half before the wedding to unload all of our equipment and set up what we need.  Then we have time to spend in the dressing rooms of both the bride and the groom.  We like to interview the bride and groom separately about how they met, what they love about each other and how they feel about their wedding day.  With these interviews we’re able to capture the people behind the wedding finery.

When we arrived at St. Ann’s masses were still in progress in the sanctuary while we set up in the chapel.  Thanks to our wheeled dolly we were able to go about our business quietly and did not interrupt the mass.

Another thing we do to get to the real bride and groom is put a wireless microphone on the groom.  This helps us capture the vows, but it also keeps us inside the conversation between the bride and groom throughout the celebration.  Many couples like to have these sentiments as part of the video for everyone to enjoy.  There are also a couple of ways for us to make these sentiments private to the bride and groom, according to their wishes.  Whether they share them with everyone or just between themselves, these endearments are often the most cherished part of a video.

We Sweat the Small Stuff So You Don’t Have To

LeniCam Video Productions – Dallas Wedding Video


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