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Blossom Productions

Blossom Productions

Ellie & Dan’s Wedding Film {Brittland Manor, Maryland}

With the 2012 wedding season in full swing, Blossom’s “Short Film” has proven to be a hit. Ellie and Dan’s spectacular wedding was set at Brittland Manor on the Eastern Shore of Maryland. High school sweethearts in love relishing in their day, a dynamic venue and Green With Envy Events, Event Management & Design running the show with their stellar planning. And below, a testimonial from the Bride herself…

[caption id="attachment_1049" align="aligncenter" width="200" caption="Photo Courtesy of Dani Leigh Photography"]Photo Courtesy of Dani Leigh Photography[/caption]

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Garces Catering’s First Annual Bridal Event

We were honored to film Garces Catering’s First Annual Bridal Event held at the Cira Centre here in Philadelphia. While the venue is stunning and perfectly located in center city, it’s the many delectable cuisines that is so uniquely Garces.
We highly suggest this location as a place for a party or event so, perhaps we’ll see you there? Other wonderful industry friends in attendance- Scott Lewis Photography, Love Shack Photography, Proud to Plan, Béke Beau, Make-up Artist ,Synergetic Sound & Lighting, Paper Rock Scissors , Truly You Events…just to name a few.

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“Old Hollywood theme done right in Pennsylvania”, Featured on Style Me Pretty

To sum up the unique nature of this wedding can only be told by Bethlene and Brock. Fortunately, both their description of the day and Blossom Productions’ highlight film was featured on Style Me Pretty.

As the day unfolded, we literally had their story handed to us. From Brock’s creative touch, personal vows, butterflies, sheep, Bethlene’s dance with her father and so on…. this was a wedding where almost every element had significance to them. This WAS a wedding with a tad of Pennsylvania history mixed with Old Hollywood flare.
Gabe and I both are from PA but, when we lived in CA, I distinctly remember missing the summer nights filled with the sound of crickets…therefore, ending this film with the songs of crickets was a nod to Bethlene and Brock’s roots (the crickets were really there as the two kissed outside on the lane!).

Check out the feature here on Style Me Pretty.
Thanks to Tyler Boye Photography and EBE Events & Entertainment (Ben Ostroff), and The Northampton Valley Country Club .

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As the year comes to an end….

I think this sums it all up. Happy Holidays everyone….

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Katherine & Craig’s Wedding at Appleford

We hope you are having a wonderful start to this year’s holiday season. We definitely will be editing a 2011 recap at some point….so stay tuned for that!

We recently filmed Katherine & Craig’s wedding at Appleford in Villanova -catering by Jeffrey A. Miller Catering. There is a sweetness and kindness that radiates from (and between!) these two. Katherine chose the song for the video below and it worked perfectly within the edit. We finally had the opportunity to also work with Todd Zimmerman of Pictures by Todd Photography. While we might be looking through similar lenses, his vision of the day is singular and especially in Todd’s case, just beautiful. All the lovely flowers were presented by Jessa Sommerfield of Sommerfield Designs.

Photos courtesy of Pictures by Todd Photography

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Honored to be Featured on “Style Me Pretty”

There are many inspiring and informative wedding blogs out there in the “blogosphere” but, there is one that definitely stands out among the rest-Style Me Pretty
The talented team of professionals behind SMP have their pulse on what’s unique, chic and beautiful not just for the weddings of today but, for those happening tomorrow

Last winter, we were honored to have been accepted as Little Black Book Members and one of our submissions was featured. I am re-posting this highlight film because Chrissy and Joe recently celebrated their one year anniversary. Filming, editing and then preserving this piece was a career highlight for us.

The film captures a rich, timeless and beautiful look and when it’s seamlessly edited into the video, the results are stunning.

You may see our submission along with a wealth of terrific comments by heading to Cape May Wedding From Blossom Productions on Style Me Pretty.

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“You made my day” Robin and Andy’s Wedding, Hotel Sofitel Philadelphia

How do you capture the adoration, the tradition and especially the love between individuals during a 10 hour wedding day in just 3 minutes? Well, it’s a challenge for sure. What we can thoughtfully edit and tie together in the highlight film allows our couples and their loved ones a glimpse of what’s to come.

Rave reviews from the Mother of the Bride (whom we adore) reminds us that even a glimpse of video can speak a 1000 words. “O.M.G…….Alicia….it’s fabulous! Robin sent the highlight video to me at work this morning, and all I could think of as I watched it is that my mascara is running! I loved the way you did the voice-over of Allison at the beginning when she gave her speech…wonderful. I absolutely cannot wait for the entire video to arrive!
Thanks so much, you made my day!”

A Chinese tea ceremony, a “first look”, the Ketubah signing, a Jewish Ceremony and a fabulous Reception…all held at the beautiful Hotel Sofitel Philadelphia.

Shari D’Angelo was a joy to work and what few images that I’ve seen from her of this day-STUNNING.

Filming your wedding Robin and Andy made OUR day.

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Kelley and Ali Kemal, Front and Palmer Wedding, Philadelphia

Wow…what a beautiful wedding nestled in the coolest of places-the Fishtown section of Philadelphia. Kelley and Ali Kemal wed at Front and Palmer .
Kelley began her day at JuJu Salon and Organics in Queen Village and from then on, everywhere we turned, the touches they created and chose were symbolic of their relationship….an elephant, prayer flags, color scheme, the pin on the dress…

Stephanie Pryor Designs wove these aspects into the stunning paper she designed. The dance floor was always crowded thanks to our new friends at Hi-Society Entertainment.Many of Ali Kemal’s loved ones flew in from Turkey so, preserving these people on film (especially when they are throwing him up in the air!) took on even greater meaning…those moments are reminders that we really love what we do. Another thing we love doing? Is working alongside talented, skilled photographers like Kass and Eric Mencher. We took advantage of an empty Front Street to get the shot we just knew we had to have…

I think the moment that said it all was when Ali Kemal first saw Kelley walking down the aisle…..enjoy the wedding film highlights!
Photo courtesy of Eric Mencher Photography

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Maren and Ryan’s Highlight Film, Atrium at The Curtis Center

A question we often receive from potential clients during the initial call is: Why shoot prep? Well, that’s where the story of the wedding truly begins. We as wedding filmmakers, get a snapshot of who the immediate players are on the day of and how it’s often these people who prepare you for what’s to come (literally and figuratively). The shoes, the jewelry, the cuff links etc. take on more meaning than ever especially when they are borrowed or blue. We filmed Maren and Ryan’s preparations in only 30 minutes and in the short time we were there, we were able to get the discreet images we needed in order to show not only who was with the bride and groom but, the beautiful and exciting transformation taking place for the couple as well. There are no words to describe Maren’s face as she is finally ready to be married but, we can only imagine what she is feeling… it’s these moments that do go by in a blur…fortunately, we were there to preserve them as they were happening.

Maren and Ryan were married at the Old St. Joseph’s Church with a reception at the Atrium at The Curtis Center in Philadelphia. We had the pleasure of working with Phillip Gabriel Photography for the day (we have them to thank for the evening shot of Maren and Ryan!). Events by Onstage and Off handled the many the details and design elements of the day. Those stunning flowers were provided by Eventricity-wow! Maren wanted the theme of classical columns woven throughout the day and I would say that was achieved-check out the cake!

After viewing this short piece, Maren shared some words with us, “It is so amazing!!!!!!!!! You’ve really outdone yourself! You captured all the important pieces we discussed. I love the shot of the grandparents, the locket, the bracelet……it’s so perfect! My mom says she just keep watching it over and over. It’s so unbelievable! I can’t wait to see the entire film!!!!!”. It was our honor!

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Alicyn & Ross’ Wedding Celebration, The Phoenixville Foundry

We first met Alicyn and Ross on a snowy day in the winter of 2011. We filmed the story of how they met, the progression of their relationship and finally, the ever-growing anticipation of their April wedding for a Love Story Narrative. By all of us meeting in person prior to the wedding, we (at Blossom) were able to fully understand who Alicyn and Ross were as a couple-after all, personalizing the film for them is essential.

I was also looking forward to their big day! Having the opportunity to film at The Phoenixville Foundry was on top of my list (the stunning renovations and design that has gone into this historical site left me speechless).

When their day finally arrived, we were met rain, rain and more rain. Suffice to say, the weather was no match for Alicyn and Ross-our most spectacular moments were at Valley Forge Park (Note to any couples reading this who fear for rain on their wedding day: hair can always be fixed, wind can only make movement in film even more spectacular and gray clouds make colors pop!). Dave of Siousca Photography was a pro at working with the natural elements as well, I must add! Topping the night off, was the beautiful (and very fun!) celebration at the The Phoenixville Foundry with Starr Events.

Alicyn and Ross’ story will eventually be featured in their wedding film and we’ll make sure to sample it here….in the meantime, here is a glimpse of one of our favorite couples…

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