Gotta' say, this has to be one of the most funniest introduction interviews that we've captured from a groom so far. I love the raw humor in it and it's really one of the reasons why we love interviewing couples during wedding days, you can't get these lines and stories off of a wedding vow or a priest's sermon that often. We also love that the wedding preps were done at the family home, it just really adds a level of intimacy and simple beauty to a wedding, it brings you back to the good old days when hotels were not robbing every couple and charging every single area where you want to shoot or walk on. So props to the bride as well, hope to see more wedding preps done at home!
Often times, we meet couples before the wedding not knowing a single thing about them, who they are, and what they do. And when we see a groom break into tears unexpectedly in front of our cameras during one of our interviews, we get a great sense of gratitude towards them, for opening themselves to us, a temporary window into their lives and their rawest of emotions. The human heart is an amazing thing, and it shines the most during these times, that is why we love weddings and why we love capturing it. 🙂
filmed and edited by: I Thee Wed
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What do you do when the church prohibits the exchanging of personal vows during your ceremony? Would you accept it? Would you let a small man-made rule prevent you from expressing your overflowing joy in front of the person you are willing to spend the rest of your life with? Or would you take a moment and realize that this is a once in a lifetime chance to say what you really feel and know that you can always find options (and a dedicated team 😉) to make that special moment happen?
Most of the time, we tend to confuse worth over value. We tend to measure our importance to other people based on what we give and receive, materially. Like how much was that last bracelet he gave you, or how many models of the same exact watch has she bought you over the years. We're all guilty of this, and it's not necessarily our fault, we all want the "good stuff", right? But, may Eileen and Miguel's wedding story remind us how the simple little things are worth just as much, and often times. even MORE.
A simple couple celebrating the beauty of raw, genuine love :)
Videographer: I Thee Wed
Photographer: Erwin Leyros Photography