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Jenny and Dave Krupski are simply put, a JPod Films couple! They are definitely the first couple I can honestly say that found us through Yelp. Jenny had binge-watched a bunch of our films, so she reached out and we set-up a Skype meeting. Our meeting was an instant match, as Jenny and Dave were one of our first 2016 couples to book a Boston Wedding Film.

It all started in the location where Jenny vacationed for most of her life, the town of Osterville on Cape Cod. The bride prep took place in Jenny’s parents Cape Cod home, which they had bought a few years earlier in the same neighborhood that the family vacationed for years and years. Dave got ready in a house two blocks away with their dog Skylar, which set up a great first look right down the street at a local scenic bridge. The sweetness and excitement of these two seeing each other for the first time was definitely one of the highlights of the day.

The weather was picture perfect from the bride prep through sunset at the Oysters Harbors Club, which is where the ceremony and reception took place. The outdoor ceremony, overlooking the water, was highlighted by a well thought out ceremony including advice from Jenny and Dave’s parents, a perfectly read version of “How Falling in Love is Like Owning a Dog”, and personally written vows. David’s vows were excellent, but how well he delivered them, made them arguably the best we’ve seen in ten years of filming weddings. They were so good, that we used them as the backbone for the couple’s wedding trailer film late last year. The great energy continued through the day with lots of great details including the Ducky Rose cocktail, a map of Cape Cod Picture Sign-in and the Panda Head appearance which turned the dance floor upside down. Enjoy our latest Boston Wedding Film with love and excitement that is hard to match.

Wedding Professionals:

Photographer: Randall Garnick Photography

Band: K2 (Kahootz Entertainment)

Flowers: All About Flowers Wedding + Event Decor

Venue: Oyster Harbors Club

Hair: Makeup 2 Die 4

Make-up: Makeup 2 Die 4, Noel McKinnon

Wedding Planner: Main Event, Cindy Muzyka

Cake: Chocolate Rose Cake Shoppe & Bakery

Rentals: New England Country Rental

Transportation: Cape Destinations

Dress: Mikaella by Paloma Blanca

Dress Shop: Alexandra’s Bridal Boutique

Groom’s Tux: Men’s Wearhouse

 

 

There are certain couples that just have it! I can’t completely define “it”, but Jenny and Dave have it. It’s a look, an energy, a smile that just makes you feel good. And, I know it inspires me. It also makes it easy to create awesome Boston wedding films.

Jenny + Dave met through friends, but it took a few meetings before these two officially started dating. We met Jenny and Dave way back in 2015, and we just connected with them immediately. It felt like we had known them for years after just 10 minutes of talking. We became social media friends, even following their dog Skylar’s Instagram page (if you didn’t know, we love dogs).  Their Cape Cod wedding was one that we had circled on our calendar all year long.

We started the day just a stone’s throw from the water at Jenny’s parents Cape Cod vacation home, while Dave and his boys got ready at a second house just a few blocks inland. The wedding and reception took place at the Oyster Harbors Club in Osterville, MA. There is nothing like a perfect day weather-wise when you can spend it along the water. We got to work with one of our favorite photographers in Randall Garnick, as we mesh so well with his relaxed personality and dry sense of humor

It’s great when a groom writes awesome vows like Dave did, but it is even more amazing when he delivers them with an unmatched love and passion for his bride. That was the one part of the day that stood out to me the most in a wedding with so, so many great moments. So, for their wedding trailer film, we focused on the passion, the love and the delivery of Dave’s words. Enjoy our latest Boston wedding film which was given as a surprise gift from Dave to Jenny on Christmas Eve. (Photo Credit – Randall Garnick Photography).

Wedding Professionals:

Photographer: Randall Garnick Photography

Band: K2 (Kahootz Entertainment)

Flowers: All About Flowers Wedding + Event Decor

Venue: Oyster Harbors Club

Hair: Makeup 2 Die 4

Make-up: Makeup 2 Die 4, Noel McKinnon

Wedding Planner: Main Event, Cindy Muzyka

Cake: Chocolate Rose Cake Shoppe & Bakery

Rentals: New England Country Rental

Transportation: Cape Destinations

Dress: Mikaella by Paloma Blanca

Dress Shop: Alexandra’s Bridal Boutique

Groom’s Tux: Men’s Wearhouse

 

 

We met Nonie and Ben through their photographer and our friend, Randall Garnick of Garnick and Moore Photographer. Nonie and Ben met at Providence College, and we quickly saw how Ben brought out the best in Nonie’s quiet persona. The couple was engaged on Valentine’s Day in Iceland in 2014 and planned a summer wedding in 2015.

This Boston Wedding Film would start and finish at the Seaport Hotel in Boston. The preparations included some nice intimate moments and one of my favorite details, Nonie’s grandmother’s bracelet. The bracelet was a traditional piece of jewelry worn by all brides in the Lane family. The two flower girls were just enamored by bracelet in one of the cutest moments of the day.

The ceremony took place in West Roxbury at Holy Name Parish. The couple chose to do a special exit from the church as guests wove white wands with bells down the long church walkway. My other favorite feature of this wedding day was a night photo session we did outside the hotel. A light rain started to fall during the session, which provided some unbelievable images thanks to some off-camera lighting.

In addition to Garnick and Moore, we go to work with a new band called Incadence. The band only performs a few weddings per year, but you would have never known it from the way they handled the emcee duties and kept the dance floor packed all night long. Stapleton Floral Design crafted the flowers, which looked stunning from the bouquets to the centerpieces. Enjoy our latest Boston wedding film from the Seaport District of Boston.

Vendors:

Cinematographers: Mia Major + Jamie Podworski

Photography: Garnick Moore Photography

Ceremony: Holy Name Parish, Roxbury

Preps + Reception: Seaport Hotel

Flowers: Stapleton Floral Design

Live Artist: Sheila Foley

Band: Incadence

Make-up: Bre Welch

Transportation: A Plus Coach, Inc.

Trolley: Brush Hill Tours

Dress Shop: Allegria Bridal

Music Licensed through the Music Bed

Hyannisport wedding video
 

Kate and Bryan had the quintessential Cape Cod wedding in the heart of Hyannisport, Massachusetts. Although Bryan hails from Texas, his family owns a home by the Hyannis waterside and the area had already provided many memories for his family before this all important wedding day. The wedding day never left us more than a few steps from the water and the weather could not have cooperated any better on this fall, September wedding.

Although this wedding took place in the fall, it had really had a summer feel. Besides the warm weather, this Cape Cod wedding film features lawn games, a trolley ride, a photo session on the beach and a gorgeous sunset over the waters outside the Hyannisport Club. The details were so well manicured too, as the blue, white and yellow nautical theme carried throughout the day. From the personalized timeline, to the groomsman’s ties and yellow anchor socks, to a clean and classic blue and white ribbon cake, as well as message bottle place cards, Kate and Bryan’s wedding was a model for future Cape Cod weddings and events to follow. This Hyannis Wedding Film had some great special touches as well, as Kate put lockets on each of the Mother’s flowers. The lockets included pictures of the Mother’s parents who had passed on before the wedding. It was a really special moment from the morning. The ceremony was also officiated with a southern accent, as Brian’s childhood pastor traveled up to Cape Cod to lead the ceremony. 

The ceremony for this Cape Cod Wedding film took place at Union Chapel in Hyannisport, while the ceremony moved up the road to the Hyannisport Club which was the site of the spectacular sunset that evening. We were lucky to work with the easy-going and very talented Ned Jackson of Ned Jackson Photography. The flowers were as gorgeous as they come from Judy Fligg of All About Flowers, and the Band Search Party kept everyone dancing all night long. Enjoy our latest Boston Wedding Film which was featured on Style Me Pretty on the shores of Hyannis, Massachusetts.

 

Vendors:

Cinematographers: Chris Morgan + Jamie Podworski

Photographers: Ned Jackson Photography

Band: Search Party

Ceremony Musicians: Boston String Quartet

Church: Union Chapel

Reception: Hyannisport Club

Flowers: All About Flowers

Trolley: Cape Destinations

Cake: Delicious Desserts

Hair: Charlene McLaughlin

Make-up: Charlotte & Company

Wedding Dress: Amsale

Dress Shop: Christina’s Bridal

Shoes: Badgley Mischka

Groom’s Attire: J. Hilburn & Brooks Brothers

Invitations: Soiree Andover

Music Licensed through the MusicBed

 

 

We were excited to see that Style Me Pretty decided to feature our quintessential Cape Cod wedding with Kate and Bryan on their blog this week. The Hyannis Wedding was a nautical-themed wedding with great little Cape Cod touches like yellow anchor socks for the boys, message bottle place cards at the reception and monkey knots and nautical ropes as appetizers at the cocktail hour just to name a few. I’ll let you read and see the rest of the details within the Style Me Pretty article. The reception took place at the beautiful Hyannisport Club which delivered a killer sunset over the Nantucket Sound and great photo opportunities with the couple. Both Kate and Bryan’s families were so warm and gracious throughout the process, as we felt like a part of the family all weekend long.

We worked alongside our Boston counterpart Ned Jackson Photography seamlessly throughout the wedding day. Ned’s awesome array of clean and classic pictures are featured throughout the Style Me Pretty post. If your looking for some Cape Cod inspiration for your wedding, check out the blog post and our Cape Cod Wedding Film with Kate and Bryan.

The support for wedding videography / cinematography continues to grow with more and more people inside and outside of the wedding industry realizing the value of a quality wedding video. The most recent article to be released comes from the Huffington Post, which states three reasons why you should budget for a wedding videographer. You can view the article HERE. One reason that they give is that cinematographers will capture what you didn’t see. I love that the Huffington Post spotlights this quality, as we take pride in capturing family and friend reactions to the vows, first dance and other moments throughout the day that our couples will miss due to being “in the moment”.

In the coming months, we will be releasing a new “about us” film that will tell what our Boston wedding videos are all about. This weekend, we will be shooting a wedding film for Tara Fleming, who is the third of three daughters in the Fleming family to get married. We are ecstatic to share in another wedding day with the Flemings, as I feel like we have become a part of their family. Last week, Tara’s sister Stephanie and her husband Mike sat down to tell us about the value of their wedding film from JPod Productions. This quick snippet will be a part of our larger production that will be released in 2014. It helps explain the importance of budgeting for a quality Boston wedding video for you wedding.