It was very touching to see Harry's father, a minister, perform their ceremony. Much of what his father said to Harry & Michelle during the ceremony is used in the film: wise words from a father to bless a new marriage.
Julie and I picked a special ensemble of songs to go with their wedding film. Interesting stories behind the song choices...
The first song actually was Michelle's choice. Abe Quigley's "Fallen". This is a cool story. I googled Abe Quigley and found him on Facebook, asking his permission to use "Fallen" in our client's wedding film. Abe was more than gracious and very flattered to be chosen. He gave us the a-o-k. What a classy artist! Abe is a very talented musician who uses a combination of violin and other instruments to create a beautiful mood for his songs. "Fallen" is majical.
As a side note, I've really become a fan of Abe. Not only is he a gentleman artist, but his music is really easy on the ears. Great instrumentals and smooth, sincere vocals.
The Ceremony song is a very sweet song by one of our favorite Triple Scoop Music artists--Fisher. "I will Love You" by Fisher.
Michelle's maiden name is Mingarelli, so we wanted her wedding film to carry on her spicy Italian personality and Italian heritage. We chose "Baciami" by Stefano Fuceli.
Jack and Julie
a perry signature film
Cake - Cakes by Gina
Flowers - Dream Bouquet
Dress - Augusta Jones
Invitations--Michelle Mingarelli Harris
Band - Drywater
Photographer - Ashley K Photography
Venue - Briscoe Manor
Caterer - Behind The Bash
Jewerly - A Mermaid's Purse
Flower Girl Dresses/Ring Bearer Pillow/Bridesmaid Gifts - Kiki Burleigh
Video Production - Perry Video Productions