Jordan approached us and wanted to have a video shot of him dropping down to one knee and asking the big question. He had it all set up as a photo session so we could hide in plain sight. Jordan wore a hidden microphone pack to capture her answer. Luckily she said yes and we had a wonderful video to edit.
During the bouquet toss at Kara Beth & Emilio Flores’ wedding, we knew wedding bells were in the near future for maid of honor, Dillon Mullenix. You can see how bad the fix was in the first minute of this video. Shortly after shooting this clip we met Mr. Aaron Duval, the soon to be fiancé of Dillon.
We were really excited when we got a message from Dillon. She was happily engaged to Aaron and ready to book us for her wedding day.
I have know Dillion since she was born. I had the opportunity to be in her mom’s 2nd-grade classroom at Tuloso-Midway Elementary.
So back to the beautiful wedding day. Well, I should really start the day before. It all started with a week full of rain. There was even a bit of rain on the rehearsal night. The morning of the wedding day the heavens cleared the sky and shined down glorious beams of light. Down came the sun and dried up all the rain. You can hear Dillon freak out a bit when the word rain is mentioned during preparations.
This is the first wedding reception we have seen in a teepee. We can’t tell you how much these rocked. I believe they were brought in from Indie House, Austin, TX. If you are looking to add a bohemian feel to your wedding reception, you should look at Indie House.
The bride and groom have know each other forever. We were able to interview Linsdey and Curtis at their wedding reception. Clips from this interview can be seen in this clip and were used to create their love story film. This is a clip that tells the story of how they met and fell in love. Thanks for watching and we hope you enjoined the show.
A few years backs we had our first child and wanted to make a family video in place of sending out a snail mail card. We had a success and went on to produce another. We found it hard to keep up and failed to complete one for a few years.
Here is the 2009 Edition::
So now in 2015 we had a plan ready to shoot during the Thanksgiving break. We had hurdles and ear aches and work. So the Eve of Christmas Eve everything aligned and we started to shoot.
8pm – We setup the opening scene first. Family band super fun time.
Next is mad dad. That would be me pissed and not wanting carolers at my door. We shot two shots and combined them in the edit. We jumped to the outdoor “wrap dad in lights” shoot. We did that on Caramel Parkway. On the way from that shoot we shot the “Dad trapped in Car” shot.
11:15pm – Once we arrived at Mr. Bills Christmas Wonderland. We covered baby Jesus and then moved on to glitter beard.
Mr. Tripod helped us shoot family shots and then we were off to the house. Once back home we started the real fun… slow motion. In November we started up Big Box Pro Motion. This is our slow motion photo booth. We used it to create a sub story in parallel with making dad turn happy.
So at 2am we put the kids down and started the edit. In the next 4 hours we had the edit you see today.
This project was such a blast. I want to thank my family for putting up with the mess of the shoot. The kids seem to love it. I hope to have one ready for 2016.
The wedding of Courtney & Luke Kelly was held at First Baptist Church in Corpus Christi Texas.
Big Box Pro Wedding Video was happy to work along side Raymond Gray from Gray Photography. He and his photo crew are always amazingly creative and camera pros.
There are two areas a bride and groom can get married at 1st Baptist. There is the side chapel and there is the main sanctuary. Courtney’s brother was married in the sanctuary three years ago and she thought it would be the perfect spot to wed her husband Luke.
The party after the wedding was held at the Solomon P. Ortiz Center. Razzle Dazzle did an amazing job of bringing the brides ideas to life. Please watch the wedding highlight film and let us know what you think.
Big Box Pro Wedding Video
When Kara Beth and Emilio asked us to be a part of their wedding day we gladly said “YES” These two came from fun families and were so nice to work for. This was our first video shoot in the San Patricio County Fairgrounds. The facility there makes a great wedding reception location.
My favorite special touch was the customized Converse shoe that were shown off right before the tossing of the bouquet and garter. If you watch the clip you can also see that the toss of the bouquet was clearly rigged in the favor of the bridesmaid.
Thanks for taking a look at a wedding film produced by Big Box Pro.
We operate out of Corpus Christi and would love to talk with you about shooting a video at your wedding event.
A Love Story gives you the opportunity to tell the story of how you met and fell in love. Sometimes the bride’s story and the groom’s story don’t add up, and that is what makes the love story video a lot of fun. On top of all that, the story of how you met is something that will be preserved and cherished in the coming years.
Each Love Story is a custom production and no two are ever the same.
There are several ways to produce a love story video. Our first way is to have a sit down interview where we ask questions about your relationship. If you have questions you would like your fiance to answer then just hand them over before the camera starts recording. These type of video productions bring us the most amount of fun.
Depending on the weather we can go out and shoot at your favorite park or hang out location.