Sanders & Jake’s Wedding | Vestavia Hills UMC & The Club
I met Sanders, her mom, and sister in a coffee shop in Homewood, Alabama last Fall. It was such a great meeting, as I always enjoy when prospective brides “interview” me. I know how many vendors it takes to put on a wedding day so often times, it’s about finding the right fit and checking them off the list. But other times, it’s an opportunity to show their attention to detail and that they know just what they are looking for in a wedding day vendor. Sanders and her crew were no different. We sat in O’Henry’s for about an hour and got to know each other while she conveyed to me just what her day would look like and what they wanted. Over the next several months, we kept in touch as Sanders would communicate the details as they came together. My impression of Sanders was that she was on top of her game so I was quite excited for June 10th to arrive.
When the wedding day rolled around and I got to meet Jake. Jake was such a nice guy, and as the day of the wedding unfolded, I got to know more about him. He is a fun and funny guy that really cares about Sanders and their love for each other was very evident. He wanted the day to be perfect for her and I really think it was. As they say, the proof is in the pudding – or, the video.
Creating this film was a lot of fun. There was so many quality moments I captured on film, so piecing it together to tell a cohesive story was an exercise in restraint. I’m so happy with how this one turned out.
This also marks a big moment for us at A Morales Production. We’ve spent all summer working on a new website and I am so excited to unveil it to you with this video. Sanders and Jake’s wedding film is here and I’m so excited to share it with you, for you to share with your friends and family.
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Sanders and Jake got married at Vestavia Hills United Methodist Church in Birmingham, Alabama at 5pm on June 10, 2017.
The Reception venue was The Club, 1 Robert S Smith Dr., Birmingham, Alabama at 6:00pm.
The Wedding Planner was Christina Sloan Events.
The Make Up Artist was Kim Hightower of Gypset Beauty Company.
The Wedding Photographer was Rachel Coffey Photography.
The Florist was Lillie Jane’s.
The Tuxes were from Mr. Burch Mountain Brook.
The Wedding Cake was from Magic Muffins.
The Trolley was from Rare Transportation.
The 1933 Oldsmobile for Getaway from Jerry Haynes.
The DJ was Chace Davis from On-Site Productions.
Music by: Dave Barnes “Looks So Easy” and Ben Rector “Brand New”