For those of you who absolutely adore “The Biggest Loser” (read: all of you), we have a little something special for you today here on SMP California. A little something special that may or may not include two Season Nine cuties (Stephanie Anderson and Sam Poueu) and their drop-dead gorgeous wedding. I know, I know… we are excited, too. Because even if you didn’t fall head over heels for this stunning duo during their time on television, this beautiful film from Reel Eyes Media will have you joining their fan club in no time at all. Because this, my friends, is wedding perfection… and filled with so many heartwarming moments, you won’t know what to do with yourselves. Prepare to be amazed, grab those tissues and press play.
From Reel Eyes Media…This is one wedding I won’t forget. Stephanie Anderson and Sam Poueu of NBC’s The Biggest Loser (Season 9) tied the knot last spring and I was lucky enough to be the one behind the camera. I can’t thank them enough for allowing me to document their most treasured day. They are an awesome couple (understatement) and I wish them the best for years to come. This grand wedding began at one of the most beautiful churches in San Francisco, Saint Paul’s Catholic Church, and ended with the reception at the luxuriously modern JW Marriott Hotel in the heart of Union Square. You can read all about their wedding here: People Magazine, US Magazine, or EOnline. The media does a better job than I at describing the wedding and their incredible story. They really do have an unbelievable story, most of which is not Biggest Loser related. Thanks again Sam and Steph!
Videography: Reel Eyes Media| Photography: Callaway Gable | Ceremony: Saint Paul’s Catholic Church | Reception: JW Marriott Union Square | Flowers: Rhonda Butcher | Cake: Jasmine Rae Bakery | DJ: Anderson Entertainment | Hair & Makeup: Nia Quraishi | Tux: Black by Vera Wang, Men’s Warehouse | Dress: White by Vera Wang, David’s Bridal | Rings: Blue Nile | Singer: Emily MarshallBlue Nile is a member of our Look Book. For more information on how members are chosen, click here.