Tuesday, December 2, 2008

john + krista - ayres hotel wedding

I have had this one circled on my calendar for awhile now. Ever since I started chatting with MOB - and fellow USC fan- Pam about her daughters wedding months ago, I knew it would be an awesome day. It did not disappoint. Pam and Krista and the rest of the families were just so incredibly sweet and I immediately felt as if I was amongst lifelong friends.

I got a chance to work with two very awesome coordinators in Kathy Recchia and Lori Mishler from Save the Date Events. They were so helpful to us and Lori even gave me a ride back from the church when I got stranded when Wes forgot to give me my keys back! It turned out to be a nice time to get to know each other and chat about our businesses.

Check out the awesome photos by Next Exit photography!



One of the highlights was the wild party introduction at the reception. You see, the groom John plays for the professional soccer team the Chicago Fire so you knew they know how to celebrate! In true soccer player fashion, the introduction was spectacular and just had to be included in their cinema reale'. Luckily they had chosen two different songs to be combined and worked out perfectly as the second song is an instrumental with some great tempo changes. The first song used for prep and first sight is Joshua Radin's "Only You".




3 comments:

Pam Jensen said...

Daniel - Wow!!! I'm not sure words can accurately describe how impressed we are with you, and the amazing work you do. You are the nicest person to work with, and so easy going in the midst of all the craziness that goes on during the day of the wedding. To say our guests were impressed with the same day video would be a gross understatement. They were blown away, and can't stop talking about it! You exceeded our expectations in every way and gave us all such a wonderful gift to treasure forever. You are a true master of your craft and I knew from the moment I saw your website that nobody else would do. I can't wait to see the whole video, as the day went by so fast for me and I know I missed a lot. Thank you from the bottom of my heart for capturing the day in such a beautiful way.
Wishing you all the best and continued success in the new year!
much love,
Pam

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