I’m sitting here a teary eyed mess but I can’t stop pressing play on this film from Filmtwist. It’s such a beautiful film capturing a perfectly lovely wedding day, and the speeches are killing me. I’m totally, completely in love!
From Film Twist… All aboard! Yosemite Mountain Sugar Pine Railroad was the beautiful setting for Gail + Damian’s wedding, where a small intimate crowd of their closest family and friends gathered underneath the redwoods to see them commit their lives to one another.
The day started out with Jetskiing on Bass Lake with the guys, while Gail and the ladies relaxed and got their hair and makeup done at the Narrow Guage Inn, located next to Sugar Pine Railroad.
The wedding/reception location was rustic with a magical twist and provided the character and backdrop for an amazing day. Upon arrival guests boarded a 1928 Steam Train to access the wedding site at the Redwood grove. The bride made her own dramatic entry on a private car with her parents.
Upon the wedding ending the steam train tooted it’s horn twice as they walked out. The reception was held back at the main entrance with picnic tables and glass jars for drinking. And as they say “they danced the night away”.
Photography: Joseph Pascua Photography | Cinematography: Film Twist | Cinematography: Filmtwist Productions | Event Planning: Cristina Heald | Floral Design: Sweet Pickins | Catering: Yosemite Mountain Sugar Pine Railroad | Officiant: Joel Andrews | Wedding Venue: Yosemite Mountain Sugar Pine Railroad | Accomodations: Narrow Guage Inn | Accomodations: Bass Lake Rental House | Harp Player: Joel Andrews