Is it the walking down the aisle? The dancing at the end of the night? Something else?
Question Asked: 20/11/2018 Wedding Date: 9/08/2018
Brisbane / Gold Coast / Sunshine Coast(1) Posted: 6/12/2019
Our favorite part is not Ceremony or simply speeches. It's the previous moment we captured that you can see love, joy. It's not every day you can meet someone loves each other so much and it's so much that you can see it through their eyes.
In Memento Films, we don't just "shoot" your wedding, make an "epic" film. No matter what style we chose for your film, it comes down to love at the end of the day.
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Southern Highlands, Sydney, Wollongong/South Coast, Central Coast, Blue Mountains and ACT
Alain de Botton — 'The moment we cry in a film is not when things are sad but when they turn out to be more beautiful than we expected them to be.'
So my favourite bit is the bit that makes me cry.
Creating something from nothing. Not many couples know what they want in a wedding film. That's where we come in. With the knowledge we have acquired over the years, we've been able to blow the socks off the couple's expectations with what we had produced for them.
Thats a hard one.. We love the build up and excitement to the big "I do" and we love the ceremony and all the emotions that go with it and then of course the creative shoot because we get to be creative.
NSW all areas
The most satisfying aspecting is creating a story that encourages the couple to watch their film over and over again. We cherish our time with the couples and try our best to understand their desires, we then chisel away at the captured footage until we unearth something diamond-like. They are much a part of the creation as our use of camera tools. Thats why we desire to capture them in a way they feel their most self. We are the story writers to their story, and they are the pen and paper to our script.
Sydney, Blue Mountains, Southern Highlands & Illawarra Areas
My favourite aspect of the wedding video and the most memorable is the spontaneity you capture in those candid moments.
This is such a difficult question to answer! I love so many different parts of a wedding! I love the nervous emotion of the preparations, the intensity and emotion of the ceremony, the photo/video shoot because it's artistically free and usually quite candid then the reception because it's a release of emotion and a chance for everyone to let their hair down!
I love the creation of the final piece. The collection of all the parts of the day brought together to evoke emotion and let my couples relive their day.
Central Coast / Gosford and Surrounding area
There are so many favourite parts of the day when filming a wedding. I love the moment when the newly married couple walk down the aisle together. It's full of joy and can look amazing when there are petals or confetti being thrown everywhere. The portrait shoot is lovely to observe and film the couple together. The heratbreaker for me is when the father of the bride tributes his daughter with a beatiful 'giving away' speech. Being a father to daughters, that has made me shed tears. It's also great fun to film the dancing going off. Just to many amazing moments to the day.
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