Baby Jackson and emotions at the Mount Washington Hotel

“In the pre-wedding rush combined with taking care of an infant, I had very little time to describe my true wishes for our wedding video to Meg, and I cruised through her questionnaire without much explanation. I was just so busy! Yet somehow, she read my mind and made the film of our dreams! The music, our speeches as the commentary, and the tiny details that she picked up that we wouldn’t have seen otherwise- amazing!!! People that I haven’t spoken to in years contacted me to tell me about how beautiful it was, after I posted it on Facebook. She captured the day, the atmosphere, and the LOVE so perfectly. If I could do it all again, I would choose meg every time!!!” -Hannah, the Bride

 

As the father of the bride, I thought we had every expense covered in our budget. As we got within the 60-day mark, my daughter came to me and said that she had forgotten a videographer. My first reaction was do we really need this service? Is anyone going to actually watch this video?
I of course caved, and we hired a great videographer.
In hindsight I have learned two things:
First of all, this was one of the best investments we made. I have watched it a number of times. I still cry every time, and I am so glad we have this in a much better form than simply a memory.
Secondly, we found that it is not just how the family puts the event on, it is how it is captured and edited on film. We were blessed to find and hire Meg Simone Wedding Films. She was easy to work with, reasonably priced and did the most amazing editing I could have ever imagined.
So, my recommendations to fathers of the bride are: Don’t skip the videographer and look into hiring Meg Simone Wedding Films.
Peter T. Kavanaugh
Father of the bride December 2. 2017

 

 

Videography: Meg Simone Wedding Films
Florals: Sara Severance of Ivy and Aster Floral Design
Non-Stop Entertainment by Eye2Eye a Wilson Stevens Production
INCREDIBLE stage lighting from Matthew Berry of Pink Tie Productions
Photography: Carly Michelle
Speical thanks to Marjorie Simpson of the Omni Mount Washington Resort