We had such a blast filming this wedding. Everyone was laughing and having so much fun. I’ve never heard more jokes in one speech. Kristin’s Dad killed it…just awesome. It was just all around a wonderful experience and we’re eternally grateful for the opportunity to capture it.
Venue: Avila Beach Resort
Plannin & Coordinating: Lisa Muir
Groom Tux & Bridesmaids Dresses: Hey Gorgeous Formal Wear
Rentals: SLO Party Rentals
Photography: Jake and Necia Photography
Cinematography: Fox Jump Cinematics
Hair & Makeup: Kindred: A Beauty Collective
Catering: Fire and Wine Catering
Bakery: Bri’s Sweet Retreat
This was a sneak peak of a wedding we did not too long ago in Yosemite National Park. Heidi and Gordon, thank you for the wonderful opportunity. It was an honor to be a part of your day. Honestly was such a treat. It was the first time I had every been to Yosemite California and the trip did not disappoint. We had the opportunity to stay in a cute little inn, close to the venue, with trees everywhere. It reminded me a lot of Zion National Park but without all the red rock. Regardless, it was absolutely breathtaking and I hope to go again soon.
*Thank you to all the vendors that helped make our job easier. You’re all amazing, and we appreciate your hospitality. If I forget anyone, please let me know.
Vendor & catering: Tenaya Lodge at Yosemite
Makeup & Hair: Blush
Band: Lucky Devils Band
Photography: The Hearns Photography
Cakes and Flowers: Sweet Dreams Cakes & Flowers
Dress: Allure Bridals
Photobooth: Smiley Photo Booths
Videography: Fox Jump Cinematics
Now I’ve known Kristin a long time (Who looked beautiful by the way! Thank you Kindred: A Beauty Collective!), and it was an absolute pleasure to be able to film her wedding to Eliott. Eliott was so cool and collected, you can see why Kristin loves him so much; and it is easy to see that he is equally as in love with her. My favorite part about this whole experience was hearing him tell the story of how he proposed…at Hearst Castle…and it was hot…and I’ll let him tell it, should you ever cross paths; so funny. I couldn’t stop laughing and smiling, my cheeks hurt.
The Venue, Avila Beach Golf Resort, was amazing. Tons of space with green and blue all around. The whole event went off without a hitch, thanks to the planning and coordinating by Lisa Muir. The Dj, Scott Muir (Lisa’s Husband) with Muir Music DJ Service, was so nice and accommodating when it came to capturing audio from his equipment. Thank you Scott! I’m glad to call you both new friends. The Floral arrangements by Elegant Details ~ Floral and Event Design, when so so beautifully with the black & gold color scheme of the wedding, I had trouble keeping my jaw closed! It was so neat to work in black into a wedding and have it look gorgeous. Nice work SLO Party Rentals. The Catering, Fire and Wine Catering, was delicious. And to top the night off, Bri’s Sweet Retreat provided some amazing and adorable desserts.
Special Thanks to the Photography Team, Jake and Necia Photography. It was a pleasure working with you both and we truly hope to cross paths again soon. Thank you for being easy to work with and I’m so happy we got to collaborate on some fun moments. You’re much appreciated.
Till next time…
This was our first time visiting beautiful Petaluma California! We had so much fun. Honestly, one of the most refreshing wedding’s we’ve had the privileged to film. Natalie and Grant were amazing and so laid back it was wonderful.
The day began at the Hotel Petaluma with Natalie getting ready for the big day. Her family was so kind, and even though the Bride prep room was kind of packed, they were so accommodating and so nice. We didn’t film any of the dress stuff at the hotel but we did get some stunning shots of the Groom’s suit with the Hotel’s stunning architecture in the background. By the end of prep, Natalie looked absolutely GORGEOUS, thanks to the amazing, and talented Danielle Denton. Next time we visit that hotel, I hope we’re making a short film because the ambiance screams Cinema.
The rest of the day played out rather smoothly. The venue, Olympia’s Valley Estate, was soooo adorable and quaint. Just such a beautiful place to get married! Natalie and Grant, naturally, wed by the willow tree surrounded pond. Aside from the wind, I have no complaints (however, the wind made for some really neat slow-motion shots, so I’m not complaining that much hehe). The ceremony was beautiful, and we captured some of the best toast angles we’ve ever gotten. I’m so confident that the finished product is going to be so good! Can’t wait!
We got to work with a brilliant photography team: Justin Jay Photography and his second Leo Cabal. I kept telling these guys that they should start a YouTube channel because they were so fun to watch when dealing with the Bride and Groom. So funny and so energetic, I was in aw. The food was amazing and Park Avenue Catering was so good about getting all of us food and making sure we had enough to eat. I love it when caterers look out for fellow vendors; kinda melts my heart. It goes without saying that what made this wedding so beautiful was largely due to a fantastic coordinating team headed by Katy Lohse and Bravo Weddings. The Floral arrangements by B-Side Farm were fantastic. At the end of the night, everyone enjoyed some sweet goodies by Supreme Sweets and DJ Wayne Noel rocked the night away with some amazing music.
Hey Internet! This is our first blog post for Fox Jump Cinematics. I wanted to start us off by sharing a sneak peak of our most recent wedding with Jamie and Hunter at the Pavillion on the Lake, in Atascadero California! It was such a beautiful wedding and we were so fortunate to be a part of it. It’s always fun to see two people so in love, and with so many cool nuances to their adorable relationship. Working on the central coast, we get the privilege to work with some fantastic vendors; And this event was no exception. Special thanks to Gyh Hair , Central Coast Party Helpers, Olive Garden, Lorena Manzo, Bruce with Epic Entertainment, Jespersen Flowers, and Photography by Kim. Every single one of them made our job, that much more enjoyable and we hope to work with them again shortly.