This film was the 2012 Gold Winner in the Dallas Fort Worth Professional Videographers Association's video competition.
Happiness is being married to your best friend. - author unknown
Rain, rain, go away. No bride ever wants rain on their wedding day, especially when an outdoor wedding is planned. Rain never even crossed my mind for Kristin and Roby's wedding given the drought we'd been having. Kristin and Roby, however, would not let bad weather ruin their perfect day.
The Cotton Mill in McKinney, TX was completely transformed. I especially loved the bud vases with flowers on each table, burlap, and all the vintage decor. They even had an old gas pump!
The guests were having a ball at this wedding, and the dance floor was constantly packed. Kristin and Roby treated all their guests to a late night Whataburger treat.
Thank you so very much for choosing me for your wedding videography. I knew from the moment that I met y'all that you were a very special couple, and it has been an honor to make your wedding film. Please let me know when you have that first baby. I want to be there to see it baptized with the water from your wedding day.
Who made it happen:
Venue | The Cotton Mill, McKinney, TX
Wedding Planner | Weddings by Tina
Photography | Lyncca Harvey Photography
Florist | Di Fiori
Officiant | Ken Byrd - Love Notes
DJ | Party all the Time Productions
Makeup Artist | Angela Karr
Hair Stylist | Doreen Mouser
Bridal Gown | Circle Park Bridal
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