We just can’t help gushing about this amazing wedding! All the effort Aaron and Lisa put into their letters, vows, ketubah and each other really paid off in a huge way for the wedding video. To quote Lisa, “we tried really hard to make the day about us and not the stuff.” Well put! All that narration, authenticity and sharing lets us tell a better story of the day, which is really why we film weddings in the first place. Add a great venue, great vendors, a kick ass band and all the ingredients are there for a fabulous day. We are so happy to have been a part of it.

Planner: Orange Blossom Events
Photography: Kim Fox Photography
Venue: Calamigos Equestrian
Florist: The Little Branch

Wedding Dress hanging

Bride with bouquet in doorway

Close up of bride in bird cage veil

Groom and groomsmen having fun

Bride and groom at Calamigos Equestrian Center

Bride and groom at Calamigos Equestrian Center

Bride and groom at Calamigos Equestrian Center

Fun bride and groom face to face

Fun bride and groom face to face at Calamigos

Groom solo photos

Bride looks in mirror at Calamigos

Bride with I Do on bottom of shoes

Bride in birdcage veil laughing

Groomsmen come and get the bride at jewish wedding

bride with flower girl

Groom picks up bride

Groom comes to get bride

groom kisses bride at sunset at Calamigos

Bride and groom in chorrah

bride and groom standing apart

Bride and groom kiss in sunset

Bride and groom on couch outside

close up of bride

What a perfect day! First off, Michelle and Thomas were the nicest people and an absolute dream to film. They brought so much personality and love to the wedding video, not only with their undeniably fateful connection to the number “34” but also with their honest and sincere letters to one another. If that weren’t enough we really couldn’t ask for a better backdrop for their story than the Condor’s Nest Ranch in Pala, Ca. We absolutely loved filming at this amazing wedding location which has the perfect blend of rustic, early California adobe and vintage decor mixed with all the trappings of a working ranch. There was literally something new to film around every corner. These are the days that make us love our job! Thanks again you guys!

Michelle & Thomas Wedding Video

Condor's Nest Ranch Wedding

Condor's Nest Ranch Wedding
putting on the wedding dress

Condor's Nest Ranch Wedding Video

Michelle & Thomas Wedding Video

San Diego Wedding Videographer

Condor's Nest Ranch Wedding Video

Michelle & Thomas Wedding Video

Condor's Nest Ranch Wedding Video

Michelle & Thomas Wedding Video

Condor's Nest Ranch Wedding Video

San Diego Wedding Videographer

happy bride's maid

Condor's Nest Ranch Wedding Video

Vintage Wedding Video

Bride feeding horse

Bride and groom American Flag.Condor's Nest Ranch Wedding

Bride and groom American Flag.Condor's Nest Ranch Wedding

Bride and groom fun

Bride and groom grand exit

San Diego Wedding Video



Filming a wedding video at the Hilton Torrey Pines is always a great experience. But unless we’re incredibly sneaky and the couple is willing to wear helmets, we don’t normally get to film on the Torrey Pines Golf Course given the dangers of high speed flying white objects . It’s no secret that Michael the groom loves golf (just listen to his brother’s hilarious speech) and, apparently, has some connections. There are so many amazing views out there and for someone who loves golf as much as he does, we were super excited to incorporate that into the video. Also, they were a completely endearing and fun couple to work with who were always completely natural and casual in front of the camera. What more could we ask for?

Planning: Evelyn Francesca Events and Design
Photography: Anika London
Venue: Hilton Torrey Pines
Florist: Trendee Flowers

bride and groom  Torrey Pines Golf Course

Wedding Shoes

Wedding dress Hilton Torrey Pines

Cute bride hilton torrey Pines

Bride dress buttoned

Bride checks makeup in mirror

Bride in plants

Bride and groom running

Wedding video outdoor

Bride and groom walking on golf course

Golf Course wedding video

HIlton Torrey Pines Bride and groom.

Bride reading letter

Bride and groom hold hands on escelator

Bride reading letter from groom before wedding ceremony.

Groom getting ready san diego wedding video.

Groom puts on shoes

Bride and groom hold hands

Bride and groom on golf course wedding

Hilton Torrey Pines Wedding

There were so many cool elements that coalesced in this wedding video that we just couldn’t resist creating a longer trailer. We absolutely adore when people put more of their personalities and nuances into their weddings. It’s no secret that Scotty loves movies, and it showed from the star wars themed light saber Chuppah to the mash up of movie soundtrack themes for the ceremony processional, to the toasts and speeches themselves. If that weren’t enough, Scotty heads up a mind blowingly good acappella group which blew the doors off the reception. But maybe the most endearing event was Scotty’s surprise song to Monica – truly amazing! Of course the ever beautiful backdrop of Paradise Point complete with time lapse and aerial footage was a huge bonus as well. Fun wedding!

Venue: Paradise Point
Planner: Bliss Events
Photography: Laura Christin Photography

Paradise Point Wedding Video

Wedding couple see eachother for the first time

Mission Bay Wedding Paradise Point

Brides blue wedding shoes

Star Wars Cuff lInks

Jewish wedding happy bride

Bride and grooms first look

Wedding finger print tree

Wedding finger print tree

Jewish wedding chora in San Diego

Groom sings song to bride

Groom sings with acapella group at wedding

groomsmen messing around

bridesmaids  at jewish wedding

Groom and best man

Aerial shot of Paradise Point

Light Saber Chuppah jewish wedding

Light Saber Chuppah

Signing the Ketubah Jewish wedding

Signing the Ketubah Jewish wedding san diego

Jewish wedding san diego

Movie themed wedding