Their big day was as glamourous as they are. A model named Valbona and her musician fiancé tied the knot at a charming Bedford NY church, followed by the reception at the Glen Island Harbor Club in New Rochelle. But first the day began with preparations at one of Manhattan's most luxurious hotels - the Mandarin in Columbus Circle. As you will see from our short video clip, it was a Hollywood worthy cast in the most picturesque settings that made us all feel as if we were hanging out with movie stars for the day. We are honored they chose AlbaPro to document their big day and we hope you enjoy the video as much as we enjoyed making it.
Gjergj Cotaj and Catherine Kapiti decided to have a "small" Albanian wedding of 600+ guests. Imagine what a moderate to large size wedding would be on their scale. We had a great time with the couple and their immediate family. I hope you enjoy watching this short clip.
When two cultures get together for a wedding celebration, you know its going to be fun. Amanda, an Italian-American, marries Arber, who's originally from Albania. Everything about this day was fun, except for Louie, Amanda's dog, who wasn't to fond of the camera crew being too close to her. He was doing what all dogs do, protect their owners. But eventually, Louie loosened up and calmed down. All in all, we had a great time from start to finish.
After 10 years of being together, Lisa and Franky - how friends know them by - finally decided to say their I Do's. I can't even choose the words to describe this couple. One of the most comfortable couples with each other and even more when cameras were rolling. Any directions we gave them, they did without hesitation even if it meant for Lisa picking Franky up in the air. We almost felt as we were guests at their wedding and not workers.
Susie must know she just signed up for a lifetime of fun with Lav. As you will see in this pre-wedding video, the proposal was a comedy of errors, but their reenactment made for a most memorable couple's entrance we have ever done. We played this short clip in front of their 400+ guests just as the doors opened. You can imagine the roar of laugher in the room. "Will you marry me" written on a baseball? Check out for yourself how this one ended. Of course their wedding day was just as humorous, fun and laid back as they are as a couple.