This couple’s wedding took place during the Covid-19 pandemic and was reimagined from the initial vision to keep the bride and groom’s family and friends safe throughout the celebrations. Many guests were unable to attend in person but joined in the ceremony and reception through a live stream.
The film opens up with a special video made as a surprise by the bride and groom’s close friends who couldn’t attend the wedding in person. There was a feeling of community through the wedding weekend, and this surprise gift was just one example of it.
Slaton grew up in this quiet country town, and it was the perfect setting for the updated, more intimate version of Maggie and Slaton’s wedding day. There ceremony was held at Slaton’s grandmother Sara’s home, and the reception was at his childhood home; the bride and groom got ready in the homes of family and friends.
The couple asked several family members to speak during the ceremony, and were able to have their flower girls and some of their readers present on Zoom. Their custom vows, though not spoken directly by the bride and groom, were deeply meaningful and straight from the heart. You can see their passion in their eyes as they recite their “I Do’s”!
We loved every second of this wedding film as the beautiful moments really fit together to tell the story of their love!
Videographer: Jonathan and Kaye Wedding Films
Planner: Sweetwood Creative
Photographer: Morning Wild
Florals: Marigold and Moss
Band: Power2Party from Sam Hill Entertainment
Rentals: PRE Events
Caterer: Signature Events by Jamie Keating
Rings: Shelter Jewelry
Invitiation Suite: Cambridge Street Papers
Makeup: Make Me Up
Hair: Kimberly Shadani
Gift Boxes: BoxFox