I love videography because I get to create a timeless keepsake of a couple’s special day. For Nicole and Josh, however, I was able to do more than just shoot their wedding video- I got to surprise them! The groom’s sister contacted me without letting the bride or groom know, and with the help of some other family members, they were able to book my services in secret. They announced the good news to the happy couple on the night of their rehearsal dinner. Although I hadn’t spoken to Nicole or Josh until their wedding day, all the festivities went without a hitch and their video is magical!
The ceremony took place at a small chapel in Georgetown. Although space was limited, my fabulous assistant (who is also my fabulous sister) was able to use my backup camera to capture this emotional shot of the groom taking in his first glimpse of his bride drawing near.
The chapel couldn’t have looked more amazing; everything was just right!
After the heartfelt vows, the Wall wedding continued with a romantic reception at the gorgeous Kaminski House and Museum, one of the best historic Georgetown wedding venues. This beautifully preserved 18th century home by the water created the perfect setting for Nicole and Josh’s friends and family to reconnect and celebrate their union together.
It was an enchanting evening of delicious dinner, drinks, and dancing under the stars. This amazing night finally drew to a close with a spectacular sparkler exit and the couple departed in a truck with the words “Just Married” displayed on the back window (courtesy of the loving bridal party!). Congratulations, Mr. and Mrs. Wall!
If you’d like to surprise a friend or family member with their own wedding video or you want to learn more about my pricing and services for your own special day, contact Palmetto Films right now!