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Wedding Film in the Field Where They Fell In Love

The couple fell in love in her family’s field. The very field they were married in, and as if that weren’t enough to get the tears flowing, the love they share is one of the most beautiful loves I’ve ever come across. Thank you, thank you, Paperback Films, for capturing it so wonderfully!


From Paperback Films… We kept hearing story after story about how these two knew they were meant for each other. It became the basis for our film; a true account of soul mates. It’s a story of struggle, redemption, perseverance, and family. Faith is ultimately what guided them together. A true calling; a true love story with a happy beginning.

For me, the day was deeply impactful. We were quickly caught up in the day’s events. Jessica and her family had put a lot of planning and labour into this wedding and it showed. With the help of Soiree Event Planning, it looked even more spectacular. Every detail was so delicately thought out and put together. One of our favourite areas on the farm was the ceremony location in a beautiful Manitoba prairie field. A well developed crop with a section flattened in the distance. Bails of hay for seating and a fence made out of crops. It was a field of dreams.

This location was so important for the wedding… this is the land that Jessica’s family has farmed for generations, and the field where Jessica & Ronnie first fell in love. The day begins with all the girls getting ready, a handful of stunning details and their first look of the day. Two locations near the farm were important to these two… a few grain bins close by, the actual spot they fell in love. Memories of their favorite ice cream stop which is now closed.

Perfect weather, comfy bails of hay for the guests to sit on, and officiated by a close family friend.

Photography: Moore Photography | Cinematographer: Paperback Films | Floral Design: Academy Florists | Event Planning: Soiree Planning

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Greengate Ranch & Vineyard Wedding Inspired by Neutral Tones

Flowers are my happy place. I know that’s a little confusing, but hang with me. When I am surrounded by a beautiful floral design, like those from April Flowers, my head starts spinning and my mood is instantly elevated. Which is why I’ve been spending all morning with this ridiculously pretty wedding from Cameron Ingalls Photography!


From Cameron Ingalls Photography… A romantic wedding, inspired by neutral tones… blush, light earthy brown, and peach, accented with deep reds, dandelion, lush greenery, and hints of gold. A simple isle with rows of wooden folding chairs, lined with crimson and peachy colored rose petals. The beautiful ceremony by the river, was decorated with blooms in golden jars hanging in the trees above. This elegant yet playful/fun wedding was not quite complete without a farmers market style BBQ dinner {which included mac & cheese!}. Dinner was followed by a remarkable live cover band and of course… dancing!

From the beautiful bride… Curtis and I were best friends years before we dated. We met in the Cal Poly dorms and were instantly drawn to each other and formed a close friendship. It wasn’t until our Senior year that he began hinting of his crush (he claims he was quite obvious). It took a Christmas Party and a little liquid courage to fess up our feelings, and we’ve never looked back. It may not have been love at first sight… but it’s a love that will be everlasting, and we couldn’t wait for our wedding day in our beloved college town where it all began!

Photography: Cameron Ingalls Photography | Floral Design: April Flowers | Cake: Avila Valley Barn | Ceremony Venue: Greengate Ranch & Vineyard | Reception Venue: Greengate Ranch & Vineyard | Catering: Pacific Harvest Catering | DJ: The Alison Sharino Band | Hair/makeup: The Queens Bees | Video: Homestead Society Films

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Vintage Orlando Lake Lucerne Wedding

Today will forever be the day that I fell in love with the sweetest vintage wedding, complete with polka dot invitations, a type writer guest book, and a bouquet filled with beautiful blooms and raw cotton. Oh, and just the cutest couple I’ve ever seen. All courtesy of Claudette Montero from Alucinarte Films.


From the stunning bride… Trevor and I met in college where we were both studying their passions. Though our fields are very different, we found something familiar and inspiring in one another. After five years as a couple, Trevor proposed to me under the same weeping willow where I played as a child. Our wedding was a reflection of what matters most: Our southern roots and the timeless values that will guide us on their new journey as husband and wife.

From the Down the Aisle Weddings & Events… We absolutely adored this couple, and are elated that they loved every detail of their big day as much as we did.

Ashley and Trevor are a true vintage couple! Their home, fashion, and likes are all influenced by a classic, throwback style, and that is what we wanted to bring into their wedding day, our plan was to create an aesthetic that was truly romantic and soft, drawing on a color palette that accents the beauty of our bride and groom and the rich settings that surround them, making for visually arresting images of this timeless couple.

During our first consultation, Ashley said she wasn’t set on a color scheme or flowers, but rather wanted every decorative element to compliment their venue, an historic inn in the heart of downtown Orlando. Being familiar with the venue’s existing decor, we suggested doing a bridal bouquet consisting of natural cotton and some blush blooms and assorted berries. She loved the idea, so with this in mind, we suggested a mix of ivory, blush, and soft yellow florals offset with rich gold accents. We are in love with the bridal bouquet– it was amazing to see our vision brought to life so beautifully!

As the sun set, the DJ kept the wedding guests dancing the night. The cake, had a lovely vintage cake topper selected by the bride and was accompanied by a selection of mini desserts that were a big hit with the guests.

Photography: Claudette Montero From Alucinarte Films | Floral Design: Danielle Evans | Wedding Cake: It's Tasty Too | Invitations: Trevor Crews (Groom) | Reception Venue: The Courtyard at Lake Lucerne | Jewelry: J.Crew | Rings: Allison Love's Fine Jewelry | Bridesmaids Dresses: ModCloth | Catering: Arthur's catering | Wedding Planner: Jackie Hauer From Down The Aisle Weddings & Events | Event Design: Tamuel Cowart From RW Events | Hair Stylist: Cynthia Maldonado From Prolific Hair Designz | Groom's Attire: Men's Wearhouse | Officiant: Debbie Swan From Sensational Ceremonies | Accommodations: Embassy Suites Orlando Downtown | Bridal Gown: J.Crew | Bride Shoes: b.a.i.t (but another innocent tale) | DJ : Junction 88 Production | Make Up Artist: Aileen Pacheco From Joii Salon | Photography - Assistance: Andre ML

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