“It’s a beautiful little series of vignettes that translates well no matter what language you speak :)” – Jackie, a recent bride on her wedding video

Kicking things off with a beautiful wedding video from KD Creative. The video captures Jackie & Jon’s stunning multicultural wedding in Frederick, MD.  For whatever reason, wedding videography tends to be the most common thing that couples chose to leave off their wedding vendor must-haves. I can see how initially it might seem like you can’t justify the cost [videos are expensive] – but I, personally, couldn’t imagine not having actual, live footage of my wedding to watch again after your day flies by in a blink. I think after watching this video, it might give some of you planning couples a second thought if you are on the fence about hiring a wedding videographer!

KD Creative shares:

Jackie & Jon were wed on a Sunday morning at Ceresville Mansion in Frederick, MD. They really wanted to capture all the special moments of the ceremony to be able to share with Jon’s family overseas in Taiwan. I was there to capture the before ceremony action and the ceremony to create this sweet highlights video.

Jackie & Jon’s Multicultural, Frederick MD Wedding Video

Jackie shares:

Our wedding was really the coming together of two (well, really three) different worlds as we tried to marry traditions (pun intended) from Jackie’s Italian and African American background and Jon’s Taiwanese heritage.

Some advice on having a wedding video from the couple:

We went back and forth for months trying to decide if we really wanted to have video done at the wedding.  Early on we decided to have parts of the ceremony translated into Mandarin for Jon’s family and when we realized his grandparents, who are too old to travel, wouldn’t be able to attend the special day we knew we wanted to have something on video they could share in.

We are so happy with how the video turned out and can’t wait to share it with Jon’s family in Taiwan when we head there as newlyweds this summer!

One other thing that I LOVE about the video every time I watch it is that it captured the mood of the day and tells a story, full of all of the details of the day (the nervous anticipating, the flowers, the flower girl’s shoes falling off), without using any words.  It’s a beautiful little series of vignettes that translates well no matter what language you speak :)

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *