Capturing Fi and Johny’s wedding was like a big reunion as this is not the first time that we’ve filmed the lovely couple and it’s great to have showcased their love for each other on the night of their wedding with a same day edit wedding video.
A few years ago we had the pleasure of filming them when they were part of the bridal party of Anna and Tony. While we were finishing up with Anna and Tony’s wedding, Fi and Johny came up to us and told us that they loved the same day edit wedding video we produced and that they’re engaged and hope to speak to us soon about their own wedding.
Fast forward to 2013 and Fi and Johny are now Mr and Mrs and have asked us to produced a Same Day Edit wedding video for them.
It was a perfect day in Sydney for a wedding, the morning began with Fi getting ready at her family home by her make up artist cousin, Hilary Ho while her bridesmaids got the place ready for the boy’s arrival which involved a special tube of toothpaste.
When Johny, his groomsmen and family arrived at Fi’s home, they were greeted by grinning bridesmaids asking him how badly he wanted to see his bride and how much he would go through to see her. The boys had to brush their teeth with wasabi, pass seaweed with their lips only and finally, sing a love song loud enough that Fi can hear it in her room.
Once Johny passed, a nervous and excited Fi finally got to meet her husband to be and everyone else at their traditional Vietnamese tea ceremonies. Fi and Johny held their church ceremony at St Brigid’s Church in Marrickville and their reception at Crystal Palace in Canley Heights where they performed an amazing salsa dance for their family and guests.
We had so much fun producing Fi and Johny’s Same Day Edit SDE wedding video and we hope that you’ll enjoy it also.
Until next time,
Bernard & Michelle
Exciting Wedding ingredients:
Sydney Wedding Videographer – Bernard Lau Films
Photographer – Daniel K Cheung Photography
Make up – Hilary Ho Make Up
Ceremony – St Brigid’s Church, Marrickville
Reception – Crystal Palace, Canley Heights
Soundtrack – White Dress by Ben Rector