Post # 18
This video is seriously stunning! I can’t believe how talented the people of stillmotion are… I definitely had chills while watching this.
Post # 19
Hi, guys. 🙂
Thank you for such nice comments! I am “Jen” from “Jen+Ming”. I have been lurking on the boards since we’ve married and have not posted in such a long time. I am really glad we chose to have video towards the end of our planning process and that we splurged a bit for our officiant. His delivery was amazing! I’m glad others are able to enjoy it as well.
My Father-In-Law recently passed away and even though he didn’t make as many appearances in the finished product as my parents did, it’s the only moving memory that my husband has of him that he can always watch over and over. Picture just aren’t the same. I really urge no matter your budget or situation, give yourself that gift and opportunity. You will thank yourself! Grab a friend and give them a video camera if you are on a budget. There is nothing like video of your friends and family that you can treasure for decades, especially when they are gone.
Post # 20
Jen, it is awesome that your husband can find comfort in the video! It is really, truly beautiful!
You have no idea how excited I was to find it again after I lost it. I can’t remember how I came across it originally, but it definitely stuck with me 🙂 And we will DEFINITELY have some video, although it will probably be cobbled together from flip cameras 😉
Post # 21
I’m a Stillmotion bride too
) and I totally agree, there are a million reasons why having a video of your day is so important. There are a lot of nuances and moments that can’t be caught properly on film. I’m so glad we decided to have Stillmotion shoot both stills and cinematography for us. I’m so sorry to hear of the lose of your Father-In-Law, but so glad you both find comfort and can relive moments with him in your video. Your video gave me goosebumps and totally made me tear up. I love the shots of your dress flying in the wind on the street corner and going by on the rolling rack. Incredible. Your officiant was wonderful! We also used The Union, it speaks volumes 🙂 Glad you’re still sticking around WB, it’s nice to talk to another Stillmotion bride!
Post # 22
Ok, I just watched it and cried….I’m a sap but that video was beautiful! I’m sorry to hear about your Father-In-Law.
Post # 23
I think Stillmotions tag line should be “We’ll make you cry”, LOL! I swear I haven’t watched one of their wedding movies without crying yet! What’s even more embarassing is when we went to meet with them and I was crying in their screening room during their presentation
Post # 24
I was planning to just have a videographer, but I now must check into stillmotion. Yes, there needs to be a warning to it because I’m sitting here at my desk all teary eyed after watching your video as well. It was beautiful. Love your red shoes!
Post # 25
Awww thanks! I can safely say it was worth every penny 🙂
Post # 26
Did you guys see Miss French Toast’s recent blog post about how her Fiance has started doing some stillmotion style videos? http://www.weddingbee.com/2011/01/13/stop-motion-video/
You have to watch the one he made!
Post # 27
- Wedding: March 2011 - Palm Event Center
@bikinihoneymoon – awww thanks for the shout out!! you made Mr. French Toast blush
Post # 28
wow! the videos are sooo amazing! what a great day!
Post # 29
just posting so i can save this TO DIE FOR video 🙂
Post # 30
I really wanted to watch this video but it’s password protected. 🙁
Post # 31
It looks like the video belongs to JCM9608
who posted earlier in this thread. Perhaps try PMing her and asking if she will share the password with you?