Katie + Graham were married at the Detroit Yacht Club on Belle Isle. Located on the Detroit River, the DYC is a beautiful location and a great venue for a wedding. It was there that we first caught up with Graham and the guys as they were preparing for the day. From there, it was a short jaunt down to the RenCen Marriott where Katie and her bridesmaids were putting the finishing touches on their wedding day preparations. Katie + Graham's first look was really cool as it took place on the dock behind the DYC. As Katie made the long stroll down the dock, Graham waited patiently for his beautiful bride-to-be to appear. Their ceremony and reception both took place inside the DYC and was a day filled with lots of love, family, and friends (and we were lucky enough to be there to share in it all!). As always, it was great working alongside Kristen Taylor and, for the first time, Dawn Owen of Dawn Owen Designs. Tim from Sound Horizons handled the MC duties before turning the dancefloor over to Jedi Mind Trip who had the place rockin'. Congrats Katie + Graham!
Katie wrote: "I just sobbed through it while sitting at my desk at work! This is simply amazing! I CANNOT wait to see the rest! Wow!"
After receiving their finished film, Katie wrote: "WOWWWW! I sobbed through it the first time and then watched it 5 more times! I am simply amazed by the energy captured throughout the day. I was speechless and I can't tell you how thankful I am that I made you part of our celebration. My photos are beautiful but my video truly shows the spirit and excitement we felt. I can't say enough about how you caught these genuine and beautiful moments in the most unobtrusive way - I barely even knew you were there! Your film will know let us relive that day forever! My sincerest thanks to you!"
cinema: lee thomas films
still: kristen taylor photography
planner/florist: dawn owen designs
mc: sound horizons
entertainment: jedi mind trip
ceremony harpist: ruth meyers
cake: the pastry palace
"no other" performed by kim edwards. music licensing: song freedom