Spectacular Chinese Wedding Video
Updated: Aug 22, 2021
October 29, 2016 Boutique Wedding Films had the honour of being lead videographers for Pauline and Jack Lee's wedding day. We started the day at Aurora apartments with Pauline, family and friends getting ready, then we made our way to the marriage registry where only close family attended an emotional ceremony.
From there family from both sides joined Pauline and Jack at Aurora once more, this time to share a chinese tea ceremony marriage ritual where the couple were presented with gifts from family members.
Once that was complete the photographers took the couple for a short photo shoot at Anzac Square where we captured some beautiful images and video.
Once that was complete the real party was to begin at Customs House with a much larger crowd of about 120. The couple were greeted on entrance with all the guests armed with sparklers ablaze whilst Pauline and Jack made their way up the red carpet.
Upon their official announcement, Pauline and Jack straight away headed to the dance floor to perform a stunning first dance in a sea of clouds (smoke machine). The rest of the evening had emotional speeches both in English and Chinese. With the cutting of the cake, the tossing of the bouquet all was set up for some fancy footwork on the dancefloor - young and old!
When the night came to an end all the guests headed outside once more this time to form an arch for Pauline and Jack to make their way through and bid farewell.
Many thanks to Pauline and Jack for choosing Boutique Wedding Films to produce their wedding video.
The wedding videographers on the day were Daniel Vistar and Richard Nowell.
The wedding film was edited by Daniel Vistar.